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  • roma john
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  • Cynthia McDonall
    commented 2017-12-22 07:42:16 +1100
    Interesting……still no response/reply to any email I have sent……
  • christine potter
    commented 2017-12-15 18:19:37 +1100
    We have had 2 Power outages this week alone. Each lasting an hr. It might not seen like a long time but for an infant who can’t get their milk or a toddler their dinner it’s a huge problem. When you compare it to Penrith council area who has practically no outages. It’s a joke.
  • christine potter
    commented 2017-12-15 18:06:27 +1100
    I’d love to know what is going on with the power outages in the lower mountains. I’ve lived in the area for over 10 years now. Everytime it gets hot or a storm comes through we loose power. I ring up endeavour energy and everytime the reason is unknown. This year we have had 2 major outages lasting longer than 5 hours and minor outages are at least once a month. Residential homes are only affected, traffic lights on major highways are affected as well. I have 3 young children. Being unable to prepare dinner or prepare formula is ridiculous. They upgraded the substation this year and yet we are still getting power outages. There is never an explanation for the outages either. I’ve never spoken up about it and for 10 years we took this as our normal. Well i say enough is enough. Someone needs to make the energy provider fix this problem.
  • Susan Lammiman
    commented 2017-09-26 16:27:15 +1000
    I agree and find Uber despicable…the recent decision in London revoking their licence is a step forward.
  • Richard Marschall
    commented 2017-09-22 22:34:08 +1000
    Why should Uber succeed? They are parasites that exploit their workers whilst avoiding local tax. This is not behaviour that should be rewarded. They are pirates, operating on the margins of the law, turning employment into slavery, and making companies and individuals who pay regular tax look like numb skulls. The Uber driver isn’t making a living and they have a very high turnover of staff because the drivers soon realise they aren’t covering costs let alone making a living. Considers Uber’s approach and conduct demonstrate a lack of corporate responsibility in relation to a number of issues which have potential public safety and security implications. These include:

    Its approach to reporting serious criminal offences.
    Its approach to how medical certificates are obtained.
    Its approach to how Enhanced Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) checks are obtained.
    Its approach to explaining the use of Greyball in London – software that could be used to block regulatory bodies from gaining full access to the app and prevent officials from undertaking regulatory or law enforcement duties.

    Quite frankly, Uber seems to operate as an organized crime organization, as does the LNP that permit and endorse those operations.
  • Bree Jenkins
    commented 2017-09-22 21:46:28 +1000
    Hi Trish,
    I’d like to understand why this government is set on destroying the taxi and car for hire industry. For years taxi owners have based their retirement on owning a taxi. Now a taxi plate is worth half than it was 2 years ago. How do you explain the 50% loss in value.? It’s because the govrrnment has decided that Uber is a legitimate business, akin to taxis.
    Now, the taxi industry and DRIVERS have to obide by rules set by Uber! What a joke! These taxi drivers have been slogging their asses out for next to 20 years and suddenly a 20 year old driving their own personal car can pick up anyone and charge whatever they want?
    This is bullshit to the first degree!

    My Mother has owned a taxi company after my father died, for 11 years. They were both company directors. Are you really about to tell my mother she will lose her family home of 40 years and her business because of a government decision?
  • Don Taylor
    commented 2017-01-12 06:53:51 +1100
    No ANZAC Day marches. This is ridiculous. Are you aware what significant community events these are. Not only do they remember the sacrifice of the fallen but help foster the a community spirit in the respective towns and villages of the BM. What representations did you carry out on the communities behalf to ensure this did not happen?
  • Kevin Hardwick
    commented 2017-01-12 00:09:24 +1100
    Thank State or Federal Govenments should cover costs.
  • Julie Christie
    commented 2017-01-11 20:42:02 +1100
    This disgusting cancellation of Anzac day in the mountains is now Australia Wide new, the aboe being just a few. What exactly are you going to do about it. The Anzacs and every soldier and sailor that has fort in all the wars since get one day a year to have others show recognition and it is cancelled because of cost.
  • Jamie Ferguson
    commented 2016-10-10 13:56:52 +1100
    Please ensure the greyhound ban remains in place as planned. Any change in direction would be to the detriment of the animals. Leadership on this issue is needed. “Every year in Australia, around 20,000 greyhound pups are bred in the hope of finding a quick runner. But not every dog is suited to racing. And like a lottery ticket that has failed to pay out, most dogs who don’t make the grade are discarded.”

  • Mark Arncliffe
    commented 2016-08-25 10:11:55 +1000
    Where did you get the figures of 90% of greyhounds are killed each year did you get it from Mike Baird fyi mike supports hillsong church the founder a peadphile he also supports Peter Singer founder Animals Australia ( peter thing it ok for a adult to have sex with 10 yr old kids and its also ok for a woman
    to receive oral sex from a dog that’s a blowjob) mate so get your facts right Dick/Richard before you make false accusations.
    you want to ban horse racing too I promise you this your taxes will increase next year just from the greyhound ban
    so don’t complain when gst increases and taxes go up NSW will lose 400 million directly in 2017 to 2018 due to the ban plus your local area will
    drop sales as greyhound trainers and owner spend money every week in your area
    and Richard your so wrong about horse racing and dog racing for that matter did you read the MCHUGH report Nah your a keyboard warrior
    here is a small link about your lovely horses mate www.abc.net.au/7.30/content/2012/s3632985.htm … enjoy …
  • Richard Marschall
    commented 2016-08-24 21:28:44 +1000
    Horse racing does not kill off 90 percent of their horses every year. That being said, if horse racing, and indeed all gambling was banned, I would not object.
  • Mark Arncliffe
    commented 2016-08-24 18:26:50 +1000
    cruel sport bahaha what about horse racing Melinda
  • Melinda Pritchett
    commented 2016-08-24 16:19:02 +1000
    Very much saddened that Luke Foley opposed the abolition of greyhound racing up to the end. I’m not a fan of Mike Baird in any way except this, and am not interested in any hidden agendas. The main thing is that this cruel ‘sport’ has been abolished in NSW. A small step towards a more humane Australia.
  • Katherine Davis
    commented 2016-08-15 21:14:12 +1000
    Please, please do what you can to support the ban on greyhound racing. It is inhumane and news regarding the industry just gets worse. I do not agree with Mike Baird on anything else but have to support his courageous stand on this issue
  • Mark Arncliffe
    commented 2016-08-11 16:06:11 +1000
    you have all been mislead by the Bastardry of Mike Baird and Troy grant Greyhound racing is being closed
    so that mike and his developer mates can build at wentworth park even the dirty Greens sided with him over this
    as they want greyhound racing over but also had to let baird use the crown land to build on it was a lose lose for the nats the libs and the greens
    no ones jobs are safe in nsw …. IF baird was dead set against animal cruelty he would have also banned betting on interstate racing but he wont he still wants the
  • Melinda Pritchett
    commented 2016-08-11 14:14:08 +1000
    I completely agree with all the comments about the Greyhound Racing Industry, and am extremely disappointed that Luke Foley considers politicking more important than taking a moral stand on this most horrific issue. Come on Labor, give us who voted for you something to be proud of! Melinda Pritchett
  • Kevin Hardwick
    commented 2016-08-04 14:16:45 +1000
    I AGREE !!!!
  • Richard Marschall
    commented 2016-08-04 13:08:47 +1000
    Please vote to ban greyhound racing. I disagree with Mr. Baird over almost everything, but on this one he is right and Mr. Foley is wrong.
  • Kevin Hardwick
    commented 2016-08-03 16:08:42 +1000
    Ban horse racing as well just s cruel. Wouldn’t bother me, mostly the wealthy would be upset.
  • Mark Arncliffe
    commented 2016-08-03 15:53:36 +1000
  • Kevin Hardwick
    commented 2016-08-02 01:17:55 +1000
    I hope the greyhound industry is closed down as well.
  • Alan Henderson
    commented 2016-08-01 09:20:54 +1000
    I have been a Labor supporter for many years but I am seriously reconsidering my support given the recent stand by your leader in relation to Greyhound racing. This NEEDS to be shut down. I agree that innocent parties who are affected by this need to be compensated and supported but this should not stop us from ending this abhorrent use of animals who have done nothing wrong other than to be able to run fast!
  • Kevin Hardwick
    commented 2016-07-06 15:14:20 +1000
    Thank you Trish for your continued support of the lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, intersex & queer community.
  • Susan Lammiman
    commented 2016-03-02 12:51:53 +1100
    Hi Trish I have been informed that Malcolm T and premier Baird are to attend a UWS organised Big Ideas Conference to be held at the Parramatta Campus site James Ruse Drive. A number of organisations are trying to organise members to be their to share their BIG Ideas for less than the attendance fee of $400.00. Please spread the word .Thank you.

    Peter Lammiman Blue Mountains
  • Maree Cairns
    commented 2016-01-31 10:16:09 +1100
    Keep on fighting for what is right!
  • Eryk Kesa
    commented 2015-12-02 17:51:01 +1100
    I SUPPORT THIS DOYLE in her work for community of Blue Mountais.
    I share her view on issue of airport and support her campaign .
    Eryk Kesa