Kate Stodart, Kingscliff
It Is widely and frequently reported that this state is in drought and experiencing severe fires early in the fire season. Farmers are struggling, scientists and the general public are deeply worried.
In the Tweed Shire we had rain this week. Can someone, anyone please, explain to me why the current NSW Government has approved the building of a hospital on Cudgen plateau State Significant Farmland in an area that has received rain, when other options existed?
I do not understand the decision of this government, but I do know there is not one shred of common sense in the current elected parliament.
What machinations lie behind these decisions?
They deserve looking into.