I recently had a "letter to the editor" published in the local newspaper (Inner West Courier) in Sydney. Follow the link in the title if you are unable to read the small font below:
Friday, February 19, 2010
Wednesday, February 17, 2010
In Sydney, over the last few months, something has been built. It isn’t something you can touch or something you can see, but nevertheless it now exists. It is the Public Transport Bandwagon. More and more influential people are starting to get on board the bandwagon and the media are even starting to look forward (for a change). Read More.
at 9:26 AM
Monday, February 15, 2010
Providing free public transport for people leaving clubs late at night could help prevent alcohol-related violence, an inquiry has heard.smh
Clubs Queensland chief executive Doug Flockhart said a common sense approach was needed to stem violence, not new regulations and laws.
Mr Flockhart said governments and councils needed to treat each night of operation in entertainment precincts as a special event.
He said special events such as football matches involved free transport and other amenities....
at 11:01 PM