EDITOR – In the article Residents Furious About Chopped Trees, councillor Jill Humphreys is quoted as saying: “I honestly believe that the number of accidents on the Gillooly’s interchange, which is the busiest in the country with so many splits, is undoubtedly due to confusion and being distracted by monstrous billboards.” I find her statement…
Both of us have noticed the camera flashing when we have stopped at the traffic light, it is obviously faulty.
I ask myself how many of us understand what Heritage Month is all about.
We asked some of our readers if they think enough is done to shed some light on this highly taboo and stigmatised topic.
“It is ridiculous to suggest that billboards be blamed for accidents.”
“I would like to thank the community for their very generous support.”
This is not the issue at hand, the issue was that I was gullible enough to believe the lies I was told.
I am 55 years old and proudly announce that I have never had a speeding fine.
With Women’s month coming to an end, the NEWS asked some of or readers if they think Women’s Day and Women’s month are still relevant and this is what they had to say.
We need to allow ourselves to be weak, cry, fail and make mistakes.
Our assumption was that it photographed the intersection regardless of traffic at the point where the lights change,