Here's Hoping Big Wet Predictions Are Right; You Can SMS Your Opinions to Us on 0407 088 442. Please Remember to Include Your Name and Suburb

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Here's Hoping Big Wet Predictions Are Right; You Can SMS Your Opinions to Us on 0407 088 442. Please Remember to Include Your Name and Suburb


WITH all the dam releases happening because of the so-called wet season coming, I would laugh at all the idiots if it didn't happen, and that would land us in high water restrictions again.

TREVOR, Ipswich

USER beware! Sure water restrictions dropped, but you still pay for every drop.

CW, Brassall

THANK you QT for the tickets to 80s Rock of Ages. The show was fantastic, highly recommend to anyone thinking of going. Thanks again.

Linda Hart, Prenzlau

WILL Matilda, the winking kangaroo, bounce back for the 2018 Games?

Judi, Springfield

THE work on Bell Street is well underway. But what will greet visitors to our city when they get off the train? The upgraded street or the ferals that hang around the front of the station?

GW, Wulkuraka

TO GJR Yamanto, there is no cemetery at Warrill View. Warrill Park Cemetery is 20km further north at Willowbank.

CMH, Warrill View

CSG is a short term, damaging industry. Gas is unnecessary with the great solar resources Australia has, and it will damage us irreparably environmentally and economically.

BRAD, Ipswich

ILLEGAL immigrants!

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