Council to impose water restrictions
Necessary but there are many more things that can be done other than just restrictions to reduce water wastage - leaking supply pipes of Sydney's aging infrastructure , leaking taps , i like to turn off the water at the meter before bed and check the meter in the morning to see if any leaks, occasionally. Sydney has huge numbers of tanks but not many are connected to house supply toilets . We must face the realisation to store in floods and more dams for future needs or we will all be drinking our recycled sewerage and don't tell me its clean . There are many chemicals that can't be removed . Evaporation is a huge problem with swimming pools , our needs into the future will not be overcome with restrictions alone . Level 1 is nothing compared to level 3 & 4 , but having lived under those levels is no fun . Much of bottled water comes from groundwater bores which can be another issue and licences are handed out without much consideration.
Paul T Beckett
Should always be restrictions this time of year the tourist won't take any notice they will waste litres washing their boats and 4 wheel drive
Veronica Ronnie O'Leary
Group Seven boss's future uncertain after racist comment
This is unforgivable in this day and age he needs to be show the door. If this was said by a player or club official they would be gone. The inquiry into the context of how it was said his inconsequential. It is a clear breach of the code of conduct and any official of the game who thinks he deserves the chance to wriggle his way out should be sacked along with him. The game has come to far to let anybody let alone a top ranking official speak this type of rubbish.
He should quit. His position is untenable
He should be stood down until this is resolved through the proper channels