Tuesday, 23 September 2014
Backward Glances, which appears daily in Grafton's Daily Examiner, is a very popular column with the paper's readers. The column contains snippets of news that appeared in the Examiner 50 years ago.
However, Monday 22 September's Backward Glances had readers scratching their heads about the currency Australians used prior to 14 February 1966.
Perhaps The Examiner has an Austrian on the pay roll.
Monday, 22 September 2014
Sunday, 21 September 2014
Saturday, 20 September 2014
Bottom line is no way am I drinking it, this is NOT (yet) a 3rd world country! Surely council isn't that cash-strapped that they can't spend some money on finding and fixing whatever is the problem, if not can I suggest all the staff working on water quality/control be retrenched as they're doing nothing for their pay and ratepayers would love to see their rates reduced….
Note: All photographs found at The Daily Examiner
Photograph of a Yamba household water filter taken at 7.45pm on 18 September 2014:
On 22 September I was informed by a home-owner living on Yamba Road that council had also flushed water pipes in their vicinity in response to a water complaint.