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Short Takes August 6: readers have their say on the day’s news

GEE, I wonder how some of the overpaid actors who play the round ball game would have reacted with an injury similar to Sam Keenan atCessnock (“Sam still eyeing finals despite horror injury”, Herald 31/7). They would probably fall into a coma and have to be taken away by the rescue helicopter.
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Graeme Bennett,Warners BayI WAITwith trepidation forthe reaction from the NERG (Newcastle East Residence Group) and those in their harbourside apartments if we do actually end up with a container terminal (“Port chief chasing container trade”, Herald 1/8). With the increase in shipping, the sound of those horns going off will make their complaints about live music and late night venues pale into insignificance. God knows, they’ve complained about everything else. I’ll give you tip, it’s a working harbour.

Tony Mansfield,LambtonI WATCHED NBN news onThursday night, and I see some Stockton residents up in arms about council plans to relocate the child care centre playground for safety reasons. Apparently they weren’t consulted or they missed the planning submission window,and then they complained it would affect their view! For God’s sake, it’s a kid’s playground.Get over it.

Tony Morley,WaratahTHEimagined nightmare projected by Dennis Crampton (Short Takes 1/8) of “Bill Shortstop” living in the Lodge can surely be no worse than the current reality of Malcolm Talkbull ruining the country.

Peter Lacey,Coal PointIN REPLY to CharlesFarley (Short Takes 3/8):my Pete Garrett dance is only second to the great man himself and I generate more power than anything Tesla has. Dole bludgers should be forced to Garrett on treadmills to power the nation.

Steve Barnett,Fingal BayMAL Meninga is now an Immortal. Back in 1995, at the start of the Super League War, he asked whatrugby league had ever done for him? “Absolutely nothing”. Even then, he flew across the world in business class, staying in five-star hotels whileearning well in excess of $ 500,000 a yearplaying rugby league. Some people have a short memory.

David Davies,Blackalls ParkI ATTENDED both days of the examination of Brett Walker regarding his father’s theft of clients’ money (“I still don’t recall”, Herald 2/8). I can’t recall ever of hearing so many “I can’t recalls” emanating from one person in my life. I really can’t recall.

James Todhunter,Hamilton SouthWITHregard to the Sausage King competition (“Hunter butchers sizzle in annual competition”, Herald 3/8):it would be nice if the sausages they sell in their shops in some way resembled the ones they enter.

Sandy Buchanan,LargsBRAD Hill, one day you’re praising and defending Malcolm Turnbull, the next you’re rubbishing him in display of opportunism that would make a politician blush. How embarrassing? It’s not only Malcolm who’s confused and lost his way.

Colin Fordham,Lambton

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