Broughton Pass closure hurts Appin businessesMargaret Perkins: That’s what happened in Ingleburn when they closed the railway crossing ! Difference that was permanent.

Chris Youman: Please fix the road. Surely they can put up a temporary bridge. Seen it done elsewhere.

Laurel Goulding-Hart: Let’s hope it gets fixed sooner rather than later. Small businesses in communities like Appin are the backbone of their towns. Without them, locals face long drives to buy bread, milk fuel etc.

Christine Maude: It’s sad to see this. Recently I was at Cataract Dam and made sure I used the local businesses where I could. Being from Warragamba I understand how important it is to use local businesses where possible. Warragamba really has not returned to its pre – Christmas Fires / Closure of the Dam issues around 1998 – 2001.

Casey Foster: Small business gets the roughend of the stick more often then not.

Tigers vTitansMickey Mac: When are umpires going to get tough with players who continually target the head of other players? The umpires appear to be toothless tigers. It almost seems coaches are telling their thugs to take out star players. They deserve to be sent from the field for the remainder of the match. It is the only way to clean up NRL.

Harrington Grove award winJanelle K Went: Why aren’t all the new housing estates in Macarthur being built like this then instead of houses thrown together on any spare bit of land?

Cindy Cagney: I do not live in the estate, but have watched both Harrington Park and Harrington Grove develop from the original estate which was just Harrington Park House on a huge expanse of land. Both estates are a tribute to Lady Mary Fairfax and her love for our area. Although he never likes accolades, Terry Goldacre has worked for the past decade to ensure that her dream has become a reality. The award is a very well deserved recognition of their vision, dedication and hard work.

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