Although Minister Pavey grew up on a dairy farm, went to Orara High School, and has a beautiful green valley image on her website that looks like the beautiful North Boambee it’s exactly this landscape that the current RMS preferred concept design for the Coffs Harbour Bypass will destroy. By […]
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It’s a sad indictment of our democracy when our so called leaders are now threatening the removal of the bypass funding because we as a community are standing together to say no to cuttings. By Marnie Cotton – from the Coss Bypass group Facebook page – Wednesday 14 November 2018. […]
I have been following the bypass debate since the recent plans were announced have made a few observations. By Keith Bensley There was some very good information provided at the public meeting on 11 Oct but it was extremely disappointing that the request that it not be used as a […]
From the Facebook site – Coffs bypass group. Sue Strodl It’s time that Coffs Harbour reviewed political alliances and used our voices and votes to elect a government that will listen and invest in us so that we are the best damn town on the north coast – we deserve […]
Nominations for National Party pre-selection for the federal seat of Cowper have been extended. A spokesperson for the NSW Nationals said the extension was the result of a local request to continue the call for nominations, which were to have closed last Friday. No date has been set for the […]
From Twitter on a Canberra Times report published Monday 30 July 2018.
The cover of the very latest edition of TIME Magazine is………….
This has been doing the rounds on Twitter and Facebook today. I couldn’t resist sharing this meme. Grant.
The recent Facebook scandal highlighted that personal information previously posted online can be used against us. The majority of people are concerned with how their data will be used but few contemplate permanently deleting their Facebook accounts. By Misia Temler Considering the potential major negative consequences of allowing personal information to remain […]