A NUMBER of us who work in this area, and drive extensively to see our clients, have noted a significant number of tree deaths in the Sydney Metropolitan area.
THIS is an update to my letter to the editor (February 7) regarding multiple offers to the council to stage an exhibition celebrating the 220th anniversary of Bankstown's naming - which would have included a history lecture and a fascinating assortment of original and replica colonial artefacts I have collected and inherited, being the descendant of the Endeavour and the First Fleet, along with some items on loan from Sydney museums.
MY wife and I are the owners of 1 Patterson Close, Padstow, having built the home through Allworth Homes and moved in sometime in late December 1987.
HOW is it that this State Liberal Government elected by the people, and supposedly for the people, persists in going against the people's wishes? How could it continue to plan to tear down two perfectly good stadiums and build new ones at the astronomically high expense of $2.
THANKS to community generosity, over $530,000 has been raised nationally through the annual Emergency Services Volunteers BBQ, held on Saturday, January 20, at Bunnings stores nationally.
SPARROWS are scarce in Sydney these days.
PRIME Minister Turnbull had no right to interfere in the very personal life of Deputy Prime Minister Barnaby Joyce, his wife, family, current partner and soon to be born baby.
I TOTALLY agree with Joseph McDermott (Torch, Letters, February 14) about our 15 Canterbury-Bankstown councillors being spread too thin.
THIS is regarding 'Why people walk on the road when perfectly serviceable and much safer footpaths are available,' which appeared in the Goods and Bads on February 7.
I WRITE regarding the Container Deposit Scheme's collection point within South Terrace Plaza in Bankstown CBD.