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Your views: on a park lands dry zone, bikeways and Centrelink

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Today, readers comment on the push for a permanent booze ban in park lands, bikeway routes versus lost parking spots, and welfare income reporting.

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Commenting on the story: Park lands booze ban trial extended

Everyone knows this is racist, right?

How often were people with hip flasks at the Veale Gardens Rose Garden taking wedding photos targeted by police?

Good luck to people on low incomes affording $93 for a picnic.

Do you need to hire a security guard as well, to make sure Uncle Peter doesn’t get too rowdy with a beer in his hand playing cricket with the family? – James Fuller

Commenting on the story: City council planners back Flinders-Franklin bikeway route

On behalf of MRASA, Graeme has expressed opposition to the proposed Flinders-Franklin bikeway route.

It would help if Graeme had another read of the original story; the loss of  loss of 336 car parking spaces and 63 motorcycle bays he refers to were for the  Pirie-Waymouth street proposal, not the Flinders-Franklin bikeway route. – Neil Murray

Commenting on the story: New Centrelink income rules now law after illegal robo-debt scandal

It will make no difference.

I’m on disability pension. Earned just over $6,000, was told I’d earned too much and made to pay debt of $1400. Still paying it off. 

I have formally complained four times. It’s been nearly 12 months and still being considered. 

I sent them group certificates and tax return. They do as they please. Brian Douglas Payne 

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