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Short Takes August 4: readers have their say on the day’s news

PRIME Minister Malcolm Turnbull has clearly stated Sydney’s Garden Island will not share defence interests with the cruise ship expansion needs (Daily Telegraph 31/7). Peter Collins,who led the reference group inquiry, stated he was disappointed an agreement could not be reached to share Garden Island with the commercial industry. Sydney Business Chamber executive director Patricia Forsythewent on to say the tour ships are coming and quite frankly, unless we prepare now to receive those ships, they will bypass and go on to places like Brisbane. Was there not a tap on the shoulder and a reminder to those in office to hasten the opportunity in both harbour and city facilities currently available and invest back into their cash cow and money machine called Newcastle?
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Donald Paterson,RedheadTHANK you to all the staff at this wonderful, fantastic marvelous nursing home for making my 75th birthday so special. Especially Amanda and the kitchen staff.

Jan Truswell, Carey BayWITH accountant BrettWalker’s memory being so bad (“I still don’t recall”, Herald 2/8) I find itabsolutely amazing that he remembers where he lives, what car he drives or even if he’s married.

Graeme Bennett,Warners BayBRAD Hill (Short Takes 2/8),I reckon the problem is that we have two Labor leaders. One just happens to be the current Prime Minster, andI think the other bloke is about as palatable as raw lamb brains.

Steve Barnett,Fingal BaySTEVE Barnett (Short Takes 2/8), a dance-off? Brad Hill would have to produce something real. Anyway, I’m sure I would have lost. I did win a dance contest once, but it was around closing time, and I had just gotten up from falling down the stairs.

Colin Fordham,LambtonFOR how much longer are Medowie Road users going to be subjected to speed restrictions because RAAF Williamtown on base upgrades are yet to be completed, even though the Medowie Road works are complete?

Stephen Kuehn,WilliamtownI AM slightly concerned that Coles, despite their massive TV advertising campaign regarding the elimination of plastic bags,are still issuing free thickplastic bags to customers. Thesetake much longer to degrade than the thin grey ones anyway. A recent shop in Rutherford made me aware of this, as customer after customer took bags –often for only one item purchased! I think Coles have paid lip service to the environmental issue, which is pretty disgraceful for a company this size.I called customer service to be told that an extended ” transition” was felt necessary! Really?

Sue Gray,Gillieston HeightsSO Mal Meninga is now an Immortal. Remember his 1995 comment that “rugby league done nothing for me”?

Mick Farnham,Tea Gardens

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