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1771D

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Posted 23 Nov 2017 10:23 in The Lounge by 1771D

Perhaps accept the cheque and donate the money to a worthwhile charity???  Would have thought that would be the obvious thing to do.  Rolling Eyes

Posted 21 Nov 2017 14:17 in The Lounge by 1771D

I would generally love to see the Libs squirm, but as you have rightly pointed out Don, this is at great cost to us all, and as I see it, right now, there is no viable alternative.  Crying or Very sad

Just another rail line closed in QLD to advantage the road transport industry.

Posted 20 Nov 2017 15:15 in General by 1771D

Try QR for a more recent disgraceful example.

Posted 20 Nov 2017 13:49 in The Lounge by 1771D

You forgot to include the ABC.....the most biased of all media outlets, paid for by the taxpayer, and with the least newsworthy stories (especially online).

Posted 19 Nov 2017 11:39 in News by 1771D

Nicely said BG, but we shouldn't let the truth get in the way of blind ideology.....Rolling Eyes

Posted 16 Oct 2017 14:07 in The Lounge by 1771D

Australia: Another sad example of failed neo-conservatism/globalisation/unbridled corporate greed.  Mad

Posted 15 Oct 2017 15:31 in The Lounge by 1771D

Wish we could!!! Twisted Evil

Disgraceful situation.

Posted 27 Aug 2017 12:58 in The Lounge by 1771D

Whoever will work for the lowest wage?????

Posted 15 Aug 2017 16:28 in News by 1771D

If the proposed reopening of the Tier 3 lines happens, then it will be a very positive outcome.  Meanwhile in Queensland.........Rolling Eyes

You've done well, it appears.

Company and community.....BS.

Aurizon is also a below rail operator.  Maintenance of assets including infrastructure.  You need extra people to do this.  To simply blame "excess" people for the shedding of intermodal freight is si ...

Apples and oranges........

Sorry if I seem to be commenting in a negative fashion, but since privatisation, there hasn't been much, if anything to celebrate regarding rail freight transport in QLD, and especially in regional ar ...

Trucks most likely.

They couldn't care less as the highways are mostly federally funded.

Sounds like more trucks on the road to me.

If in QLD it would be ripped up already.

Another failed privatisation???

Posted 16 Jul 2017 11:46 in The Lounge by 1771D

oh dear......Rolling Eyes

Posted 05 Jul 2017 09:32 in The Lounge by 1771D

Corporate price gouging, a lack of industry regulation and investment, plus poor government policy, are responsible for energy price hikes, and at the moment, renewables are a convenient scapegoat.  S ...

Posted 05 Jul 2017 09:26 in The Lounge by 1771D

Nothing is for free...DUH!!!! I don't blame renewables for power price hikes.  I never said that.  I just stated that we are not yet ready for renewables to provide base load power.....but then the TR ...

Posted 05 Jul 2017 08:05 in The Lounge by 1771D

Correct on the windmills Don.....very expensive to install and maintain, inefficient, not to mention noisy and bloody unsightly.  But that's ok for all the green left knobs who love them, because they ...

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