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July 14th, 2018 by admin

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BUSES THE ANSWERWe went in to Wollongong Mall the other day and it was like a chapter out of the Walking Dead.
Nanjing Night Net

I have an idea how to get more people into the mall, make all buses free from all the suburbs in Wollongong.

However,when they are going home they would need to pay a nominal fee and the council could subsidise the bus company like it does for the free busor is that subsidised byUOW?

People that drive into town should pay more for parking and this could assist with the subsidy, but if all the buses were free more people would utilise this convenience.

These buses could allow for people with shopping and have more of them and at more regular times, then the businesses would improve trade and the mall would improve.

Tony and Cara Dunn, West Wollongong

NOTHING LEFT Right wing conservative governments are not only ruining the economy of this country they are ruining economies worldwide.

Over the current 15 years NSW government expenditure on health has shrunk from 16.7 per cent to 11.7 per cent while education’s share has fallen from 13.9 per cent to 5.2 per cent.

In contrast, this year government expenditure on transport and communication will be 59 per cent of the total. Most government expenditure will end up in the hands of consultants, recruitment agencies, private companies and senior government employees; with no economic benefit to the public.

Take the highways. Today, tolls paid for the use of motorways, do not represent a tax and therefore do not benefit the state. Today, all toll revenue disappears into the coffers of private enterprise.

The reality is the majority of state expenditure, to build roads, is passed on, via consultants, to private corporations and shareholders.Once state funding of health (11.7 per cent) and education (5.2 per cent) diminishes, NSW will be completely privatised with government not owning anything or controlling anything except the judicial system and law enforcement.

John Macleod, Berry

FREEDOM OF SPEECHJohn Martin’s blinkered response (IllawarraMercury, September 23, 2016)to DrNguyen’s and many other Vietnamese Australians continuing grief over the loss of their home, homeland and quite likely loss of loved ones, is contemptible.

The stalwarts of the left ignore the atrocities of communist regimes –25 million victims of Stalin, 40 million victims of Mao as well as the victims of the Vietnamese communists.

DrNguyen is allowed to express a sense of loss and cite unpalatable facts even though this discomfits Mr Martin. This is called freedom of speech. It is precious and needs to be actively defended.

Would Mr. Martin tell survivors of the holocaust to “shut up”, forget your lived experiences and be just like us and the rest of Australia?Now who does that sound like Mr. Martin?

Andrew Humphreys, Narrawallee

A HIGHER POWERIn reply to the letter by euthanasia supporter(“Give us theChoice”, Illawarra Mercury, Saturday October 1, 2016)Almighty God is the creator and the one who sustains all life.

As a person who has worked in palliative care I can testify to the dignity, respect, autonomy and comfort given to residence with terminal illness.

However, I oppose euthanasia as a Christian who believes in the good God, and from the personal experience of caring for both my parents over a period of approximately 30years. In that time period I had good, bad, joyful and sad moments but would not trade them in anyway for euthanasia. With respect, people are not animals.

Adrian Devlin, Fairy Meadow

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