Newspaper article The Morning Bulletin (Rockhampton, Australia)

SMS the Editor on 0428 634 025 with the Word ROCK and a Space in Front of Your Message

Newspaper article The Morning Bulletin (Rockhampton, Australia)

SMS the Editor on 0428 634 025 with the Word ROCK and a Space in Front of Your Message

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DAVE, KOONGAL: Aussie searching for aliens. Stop looking just check out my neighbours.

PAGE, PARKHURST: Hey Trish Corry (SMS 21/7) haven't you heard? RETRO's cool again.

CC, GOOWARRA: Didn't teddy roosevelt?

ANON: i wonder if teys is fairdinkum about 60 jobs. will they employ x consolidated workers.

ANON: Bill Byrne, can you answer this good person of rockhampton and let us know whats in store for the amateur fishos of this area?

ANON: i been saying for years These pollies get far to many perks for there Performances an we just let them they getting free ride on tax payers back they alway have the last laugh on us.

GW, ALTON DOWNS: Alton Downs. In response to FAN, the SOO draft is not a new thing at Paradise, they've had it on the Sat night for quite a few years. As for cashing in, I'm pretty sure that the money taken at the gate is donated to the likes of RFDS, CRHS & other deserving charities, is that a problem? It is also a chance for the competitors to kick back & have a bit of fun watching the top riders battle it out. There are some amazingly talented riders. It's a great event all round, great for the local economy, thousands of people make the journey out there. I think you need to worry about more important things.

WASP, ROCKY: If Teys has so many jobs available why do we not see them advertised in the local paper?

FAN, ROCKY: Take a leaf out of the Ipswich Jets play book Capras. Do the basics right and throw the ball around at every opportunity. Worth a try nothing else has worked.

BOB PACEY, CAP COAST: While I really enjoy sitting back on a Friday night with a few ales watching my beloved Broncos play the number of fans at the Sunday arvo matches speaks for itself. Nothing like Sunday afternoon footy be it the Broncos or the mighty Seagulls in the local league.

GRACEMERE HOUSEHOLDER: In answer to D'HILL. 25 million megalitres flows past Rocky on average per year and there's less then 2 mil megs in storage thoughout the whole catchment. An absolute lack of vision on behalf of our political leaders both past & present.

GEORGIE, FARNBOROUGH: I drive from Yeppoon to Rocky every day for work. …

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