杭州桑拿,杭州夜生活,杭州龙凤网

Powered by Agoujie!

Short Takes for Thursday, December 17

NSW backbencher Craig Kelly, a noted skepticof climate change, stated after the Paris agreement: “The polar bears can sleep soundly tonight”.Hopefully he can give words of wisdom and advice to the plight of the dogman’s hens up Kurri Kurri way. The heat he said was so oppressive the other day that staff had to keep lining the nesting boxes with party ice. For the first time that he could recall, “the hens started laying hard-boiled eggs.”
杭州桑拿

Neil Pitt,CarringtonWHAT a rather narrow-minded opinion, in my view,fromJohn O’Connor (Short Takes 15/12). I live in the western suburbs of Newcastle, and I do not know one person in favour of truncating the line. In fact, I am regarded as a cop-out for accepting light-rail-in-the-corridor-to-Islington! And as for the people of Maitland and Dungog: they are the people who need the line most, so why shouldn’t they protest the most?

Geoff Hassall,MarylandPUBS shouldstop employing what look to me likesteroid-filled neanderthalsto run security fortheirpremises. I believe bouncersshould be drug-tested.

Chris Fuller,Mayfield WestWELLsaid Ross Kelly (“We are casualties of modern news cycle” Herald 15/12) regarding the competitive news marketplace driving shock and fear factors in news reporting. It seems to me that modern-daymainstream journalism has lost much of its objectivity. Even the weathermen like to ramp it up these days. The more dramatic the better.You lost me though, Ross, with some of your more philosophical musings (… if an interview in a forest isn’t recorded, is it news?). Still, your piece was a good read.

Ian Player,LambtonTHElegal system is a complete joke and needs to wake up. Young people who commitadult crimes should do adult time. It’sabout timecriminalswere givenjail timeinstead of a slap on the wrist!

Wayne Ridley,GatesheadLIKE John Laut (Short Takes 16/12), I too would also like to thank the former state member for Swansea,Garry Edwards. Not just for the two bits of funding that he secured for his electorate but for the characteristics he displayed in his campaign and once elected. It was in the best tradition of the Newcastle Liberal Party. In my view, such tradition was again on display when at the next election he ran interference as an Independent candidate, sucking votes away from the Liberal Party.

Colin Fordham, LambtonPOLLSWHAT sector do you think will be most important to the future economy of the Hunter Region?

Advanced manufacturing 26.43%;Defence 15.71%; Medical technologies and pharmaceuticals 14.29%; Oil, gas, energy resources 12.14%; Creative industries 11.43%; Food and agribusiness 10%, and; Mining equipment, technology andservices 10%IS the Glencore decision–to mothball itsBlakefield North underground coal project–a sign of things to come for Hunter mining?

Yes 86.53% No 13.47%

posted by admin in 杭州桑拿 and have Comments Off on Short Takes for Thursday, December 17

Comments are closed.