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June 26, 2024

Slow down – koalas!

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Irina Tennant, Ewingsdale

I live in Ewingsdale, where some very caring people have put up signs asking people to drive slowly because koalas are around this area.

It seems that no-one cares at all and they proceed to drive at around 80km/h in our 50km/h zone.

Please, if you live or come to visit Ewingsdale – slow down – it won’t kill you, but might avoid killing our precious koalas.


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