Sunday, August 31, 2014

This southern land has been marching Australians United for  Better Government.
People everywhere are driven and united in grievances against Abbott and his Liberal party.
No one can understand the economic policies that fail to raise much revenue while jeopardizing the basics for the less well off.
What would Putin do!

Thursday, August 28, 2014

Getting on towards spring time? See the dandelines all around unless the council mowers get there first. Outside the fish markets Wickham area.

Wednesday, August 27, 2014

 Again in the precinct of Wickham. More trees less coal.
 Yet another coal mine is given the ok. A proposed fourth coal loader is loved and hated and feared by citizens.

Tuesday, August 26, 2014

 In the mini suburb of Wickham
What would I know about the federal budget?
Pass the budget or else, we hear. Higher taxes are threatened.  Instead, the solution is to fix the budget and present a budget that is fair.  It is not either or.

Sunday, August 24, 2014

Netball finals as the winter season draws to a close in Newcastle.

Thursday, August 21, 2014

Brown paper bag.  The things you find. NOCK & KIRBY'S of Hunter Street of yesteryear.
Hardware:Sydney:Bankstown Square:Blackown:Campbelltown:Dee Why:Fairfield:Gosford:Hornsby:Liverpool:Maroubra:Miranda Fair:Newcastle:Parramatta:Penrith:Warrawong and at Wollongong.
The university talks about a new you beaut building on what is believed to be a former site of the above hardware store.
 Is education going on line or not.  Does that mean a virtual presence away from bricks and mortar?
 Is Mr Abbott slavishly following overseas example that in theory greatly increases the cost of a degree?  He failed to learn to think for himself.

Sunday, August 17, 2014