Where is the priority?
How is it that you place your priority order one day to be told certain items are out of stock when delivery to the home is four days away. Don't the stores get stock deliveries which could contain some of those items that have been previously advised as unavailable?
I. McLennan, Callala Beach
Better solution needed for intersection
It is very disappointing that Transport for NSW has chosen a short-term solution to the traffic problems in the Bay and Basin area. At a time when the NSW Government is spending billions of dollars building bypasses to improve traffic flow and reduce accidents on the north and south coasts, a roundabout at this intersection is a poor, short-term solution.
There are already plans for a Nowra bypass because of the problems caused by the five existing roundabouts at South Nowra, and yet here we have Transport for NSW repeating this mistake, placing yet another roundabout on the major highway south.
The heavily-taxed drivers of NSW deserve a better, long-term solution to this major intersection.
G. Lloyd, Berrara
Government embraces socialism
It is great to see the socialist / Labor policies that the Federal Government have now implemented to support workers at this difficult time.
Workers have had a hard time for the past 4 years, at least, with no pay rises and deteriorating working conditions. The main issues being underemployment and casualisation of the workforce. These issues are now coming back to bite workers hard. Council workers, labourers, café workers, university staff who are all casual and may not qualify for the government payments.
Let's hope at the end of this health emergency that the Liberal / National Government will see the benefit of retaining a fairer system for all workers.
D. Hanlon, Vincentia
Muddy Puddles goes above and beyond
Jess and Christine from Muddy Puddles have gone out there way to help me with Bailey and his speech and OT they are making sure that Bailey gets his appointments done over the internet what a wonderful bunch of people.
Bailey has had his second telehealth therapy sessions and it has been wonderful. It was fun, Jess myself and Bailey really enjoyed it and he isn't missing out on anything as far as his one on one appointments goes. Bailey has everything he needs in these sessions.
I couldn't have wished for any other organisation to help us at this time. Christine has been my godsend from the day we walked in the door at Muddy Puddles. We were lost, had no idea what I was doing and she has helped me so much. I just want them to know we appreciate all there help.
I don't think thank you is enough but it is all I have as I couldn't return what they have done for our lives.
K. Turney, Shoalhaven
Double-dipping for dog owners
While I commend Shoalhaven City Council on their crackdown on unregistered dogs - as an owner/exhibitor of purebred show dogs I would like the council to extend its discounted rate for entire dogs beyond breeders to ANKC (Australian National Kennel Club) members who simply own entire dogs for the purposes of showing.
An entire dog in the Shoalhaven costs $210 where as a breeders concession is $58. Owner/exhibitors already pay a Dogs NSW Club membership to contribute towards responsible dog ownership and should be given a break.