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Your views: on QR codes, heritage and creative writing

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Today, readers comment on public use of QR codes, heritage protection and local authors.

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Commenting on the story: SA imposes travel restrictions on Victoria after positive case

It seems to be that we as a community have become some what casual, in regards to QR coding or signing in, both as a customer/client or the businesses themselves.

The individual should have the sense to ‘log in’  into a business as required, to help keep us all safe. Those that refuse to, for whatever reason, should not complain about being pulled up when they choose to not protect the ‘herd’.

Businesses should also realise that to make their customers feel welcome, make the process as easy as possible. – Rodger King

I have watched many people entering several local supermarkets, without giving a sideways glance to the COVID check-in. Who do they think they are? – Richard Trott

Commenting on the story: Heritage demolition powers to be stripped under parliament push

Sam Duluk’s proposed legislation is welcomed as our recent experience with the Victor Harbor Causeway and Waite Gatehouse is proof of the pudding that State Government cannot be trusted with doing the right thing by our State’s heritage, with its own department of Infrastructure and Transport being responsible for both of these needless travesties. – Sandy Wilkinson

Commenting on the story: Ianto Ware tells the story of his wilful family

This book sounds wonderful and I intend to buy a copy. – Felicity Lord

Commenting on the story: Diary of a Publisher: The creativity of folk knows no bounds

Fascinating topic and excellent review. Not sure about the persimmons though – depends if they are astringent or non-astringent. If the tree is old then probably astringent, so leave them until squishy or dry them. A great Asian favourite too. – Heather Webster

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