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Your views: on lunchbox fruit ban, medical alarms, MP behaviour and Urrbrae gatehouse

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Today, readers comment on confusion over a fruit fly control policy, monitored personal alarms, a shift from federal to state politics, and saving a state heritage building from demolition.

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Commenting on the story: Outbreak of confusion over lunchbox fruit ban

We live in a suspension area and have not received any information in our letterbox about the restrictions.

Also, adults have been taking fruit and banned vegetables to work for several weeks; the restrictions needed to be advised to the public well before school started. – Alison Vink

Please run that past me again. Something is crackers. Our taxes at work. – Michael Adams

Commenting on the story: Upgrade to monitored medical alarm service

Brilliant news. I have been looking at some of these that worked anywhere/away from home. They are very expensive so had not gone further. This might be a great option for me. – Patricia Toomer

My brother, John, aged 77, died in July 2020. Prior to that I had looked at such ‘smart’ watches which alert the wearer of an impending heart attack.

A couple of cheap ones from China either never worked or failed within a week. Others cost over $500. I put the project on hold.

John died of a sudden heart attack. Neither of us were aware of this program. – Robert Warn

Commenting on the story: By Gee, Champion set to seek swap to state politics

If Nick Champion does enter our state parliament, I trust he will have a behavioural change prior to doing so.

His behaviour of regularly being removed from the chamber during question time did nothing to seriously represent his electorate from the northern suburbs.

I would have thought he would have been asking as many questions as possible of the government in relation to programs to reduce unemployment and particularly youth unemployment, a serious issue for his electorate. If his behaviour remains consistent then his election will be an insult and a waste of taxpayer money.

If Nick wants to act like a clown perhaps he would be better suited to getting his own Fringe act together. – Wayne Smith 

Commenting on the story: New costings to move Urrbrae gatehouse as Premier weighs in

Having read the summary of various politicians including the current Premier, my reaction is of total frustration and the usual scepticism relating to politics.

Turn up at this Sunday’s rally and turn the heat up. This belongs to all of us. Past, present and future. – Sally Ann Mitchell

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