Sarah Smith, Byron Shire
Finally, our premier is speaking a language that the business community of Sydney should comprehend – a $10,000 fine for forcing their employees to attend a non-essential workplace!
Odd, how the media have not been clearly reporting her daily 11am statements.
She’s been asking people in the most affected areas, for ages, to not leave home. Reporters should be ashamed for the shouted, offensive questions they have been hurling at her.
I am no fan of the Australian Liberal Party, particularly oas I am homeless whilst watching investors evict long-term tenants and renovate, to triple their rental income. Maybe they will declare their income to the ATO now? Not likely! I don’t see how even the Liberals can avoid ditching the capital gains tax, for much longer.
The other epidemic in this country is homelessness. Great, how Liz Friend has generated local donations to the NRCF. Two donations were from real estate agencies.
Ten thousand people waitlisted for public housing is shameful. I’ve never gone onto that list, but may have to shortly. Apparently single homeless parents get a chance, but I’d rather my potential ‘spot’ went to a woman fleeing domestic violence, which I am not experiencing right now.
The biggest local issue we face is the two Delta-strain carriers worked in this area on 15 July – in the land of anti-vaxxers.