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Accessibility to disabled toilets is a big picture issue

I respond to, Brett Bevan, CEO Charmhaven Tennis Club (Wyong Chronicle, August 22) “Council must reassess locking disabled toilets”.I find it ironic that the telephone conversation organised by Clr Doug Vincent, between Brett Bevan and…


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Why are Councillors seeking Parliamentary Privilege?

The emperor’s new Councillors have moved from local transparency promises to parliamentary privilege.As always, politicians get slammed for not representing what they stood for at the election that got them the seat.However once in power,…



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If we don’t have Tourism, we die

I want to reply to the letter from M Sugar of Wyee, published on page 14 of the Wyong Regional Chronicle, on July 25, entitled, Tourists Not Welcome.Well, M Sugar, I’m so happy that you…


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Focus on domestic violence not terrorism

Domestic violence is the real terrorism here in Australia.Politicians bay like werewolves about the risks and evils of terrorism, and spend billions of dollars fighting terrorism and American wars.It is 40 years since the Hilton…


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Kangy Angy moonscape is worse than the NSW drought

John Asquith’s comments relating to academic, Glen Albrecht, have wider implications, as NSW farmers deal with another disastrous weather-climate event.In the most recent Community Environment Network advertisement, Mr Asquith described “solastalgia” as the “pain or…


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Heavy haulage vehicles on the M1 are problematic

The controversial M1 Freeway has once again been the scene of a horrific truck/car accident that has taken the lives of two more innocent people making their way home or on holidays.Truck drivers cause hell…


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Council meetings need to stick to local issues

Forget about kerb and guttering.Central Coast Council zeros in on Foreign Policy and Climate Change.It is great to see that Central Coast Council are firm believers in the “Think Local Act Global” campaign, however, I…


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Kangy Angy moonscape is worse than the NSW drought

John Asquith’s comments relating to academic, Glen Albrecht, have wider implications, as NSW farmers deal with another disastrous weather-climate event.In the most recent Community Environment Network advertisement, Mr Asquith described “solastalgia” as the “pain or…