Tuesday, 31 May 2016

Astonishing new footage shows gorilla 'PROTECTING' boy and holding his hand before being shot dead

Astonishing new footage how Harambe the gorilla was protecting a four-year-old boy who fell into his cage - minutes before he was shot dead.
Moments later, the 17-year-old gorilla was fatally shot by zoo staff in a bid to protect the boy who had fallen 12 feet into the enclosure.
However, eyewitnesses have claimed that the gorilla was showing no aggressive behaviour towards the boy.
It is claimed that screams from those watching the unfolding situation panicked the animal, causing him to drag the child at a quick speed across the water.read and watch video

Sunday, 29 May 2016

STONER SHEEP get the MUNCHIES after feasting on £4k worth of cannabis plants

A flock of sheep that are about to meet their maker at the abattoir got high on cannabis plants worth £4,000, after the drugs were ditched in a Surrey field.
"My sheep weren't quite on their backs with legs in the air but they probably had the munchies," farm shop manager Nellie Budd told local rag the Surrey Mirror.
"They haven't had any other side effects but I'll tell you about the meat next week."
The stash of marijuana plants, which were each roughly three foot tall, were dumped at the edge of Fanny's Farm in Markedge Lane, the paper reported. Budd's shop was just 200 yards from where the drugs were fly-tipped, apparently.
Police told Budd that the cannabis had a street value of about £4,000.
She added:
"My sheep being inquisitive had an interesting feast on it," she said. "At first I thought it was someone's hedgerow rubbish. I went down to get the bags so the sheep weren't eating black plastic.
"When I got there I realised it was a form of herbal cannabis plant. They were very strong in scent."
Budd said she was puzzled by how the plants came to be in the field, and speculated that someone could have taken a detour off the motorway to offload the drugs.
The stoned sheep, meanwhile, are understood to be wandering around r-e-a-l-l-y-s-l-o-w-l-y and feeling a tad bit paranoid while searching for a massive chocolate bar and a family-sized bag of crisps, man

Cask from the past: archaeologists discover 5,000-year-old beer recipe

Chinese villagers could have been raising a pint 5,000 years ago, according to new research.
Archaeologists studying vessels unearthed in the Shaanxi province of China say they’ve uncovered beer-making equipment dating from between 3400 and 2900 BC - an era known as the late Yangshao period - and figured out the recipe to boot.
“China has an early tradition of fermentation and evidence of rice-based fermented beverage has been found from the 9000-year-old Jiahu site. However, to our knowledge, [the new discovery] is the first direct evidence of in situ beer making in China,” said Jiajing Wang of Stanford University, first author of the new research.
The team examined residues in the vessels to reveal that the brew was made from a wide range of plants, including broomcorn millet (Panicum miliaceum), Job’s tears (Coix lacryma-jobi) and barley.
The discovery marks the earliest known evidence of barley being used in China, suggesting that the crop arrived in the country around 1,000 years earlier than previously thought. =read more

would ban all smacking?

could all smacking soon be illegal due to britain's  children's  commissioners pleading to the u.n to back ban on any form of smacking.at present in england and wales only parents can give a child a light tap or a reasonable chastisement .

Bones of Thomas Becket to return to Canterbury – via Hungary

The murder of Thomas Becket, Archbishop of CanterburyA fragment of bone believed to come from the body of Thomas Becket is to return to England from Hungary for the first time in more than 800 years in a vivid symbol of reconciliation between Anglicans and Roman Catholics.
The relic, held in the Basilica of Esztergom, the country’s most important Catholic church, is to form the centrepiece of an elaborate week-long “pilgrimage” to London and Canterbury involving the Hungarian President JΓ‘nos Áder, and top-level clerics from the two churches.
It will be reunited temporarily with a handful of other relics revered for their associations with the murdered archbishop as it travels from his birthplace on Cheapside in the City of London to the site of his murder in Canterbury Cathedral.-read more

25 million to one eggs.

2 sisters managed  to fry a breakfast with a rare triple yolk egg followed by 3 double yolkers which had odds of 25 million to one.

lion shot dead over mans apparent suicide .

in santiago metropolitan zoo ,chile  ,visitors looked in shock when a naked man clambered into the lions cage screaming about religion.the african lions were shot dead due to sinking teeth and claws into man,the man is critically ill in hospital.

chapel of king arthur.

in glastonbury,somerset the remains of a medieval church are being excavated to learn age as said to have been visited by king arthur .

school bans playground whistle.

st.monicas catholic school ,milton  keynes has decided to ban teachers from blowing a whistle at end of playtime as it may scare the children.now the teachers put up a hand and wait for children to notice.

Saturday, 28 May 2016

E.s.a Blues



a day out ,interrogated,felt like crap -esa assessment test

on firday  the  27th i went  to launceston  ,hospital for my assessment ,yeah happy days not ,onarrival i had to prove i was me via birth and marriage certificate then sit waiting room that was almost barren for an hour over appointment time as doctor running late.when finally got to interview room i handed over proof of illness and then felt like a prison officer in an old war film when questioned by ss official , informed as had to give dates how got ill ,how affected ,daily routine then a very basic exam then told to expect a letter to seal my fate yet again how i wish life was as easy as newspapers think it is.



Astigmatism is a common and usually minor eye condition that causes blurred or distorted vision.
It occurs when the cornea or lens isn't a perfectly curved shape. Many people who wear glasses have some degree of astigmatism.
Astigmatism belongs to a group of related eye conditions known as refractive errors. Other common refractive errors include:
If you have astigmatism, it's likely you'll also have one of these conditions.
Left untreated, astigmatism can cause headaches, eye strain and fatigue (tiredness), particularly after doing tasks that involve focusing on something for long periods, such as reading or using a computer.

What causes astigmatism?

Astigmatism is usually the result of an irregular-shaped cornea or lens. The cornea is the transparent layer of tissue at the front of the eye.
The cornea should be regularly curved like the surface of a football, but in cases of astigmatism it has an irregular curve, more like the shape of a rugby ball. This means that light rays entering the eye aren't focused properly, creating a blurred image.read more

Sunday, 22 May 2016


anti euro song

traffic jam relief

this is an unusual or weird way to help you in a traffic jam.it is a device called hewee go active -jockstrap like item-149 pounds -a man can wee through a washable  and tear resistant plastic bag and even hols up to a pint .read more

Magic Mushrooms Could Help Fight Depression

Getting high on a psychedelic drug extracted from "magic mushrooms" could help those who struggle with incurable depression, new research suggests.
Half of patients in a small pilot study of 12 people had reduced symptoms three months after taking psilocybin capsules.
While the study authors warn that it is too early to make strong conclusions about the use of the drug, it did show that more research was needed.
Lead author Dr Robin Carhart-Harris from Imperial College London said: "This is the first time that psilocybin has been investigated as a potential treatment for major depression.
"Treatment-resistant depression is common, disabling and extremely difficult to treat.
"New treatments are urgently needed, and our study shows that psilocybin is a promising area of future research.
"The results are encouraging and we now need larger trials to understand whether the effects we saw in this study translate into read more

todays special buy -Brazilian wandering spider .

in a Bolton supermarket -a Tesco branch-a customer found a surprise when he brought bananas from it that day when he got home.when he peeled them back he claims hundreds of spiders hatched believed to be brazilian wandering spider-venom from this spider can kill in 2 hours .

cancer patient receives first u.s penis transplant.

A cancer patient has received the first penis transplant in the United States and is recovering well from the delicate surgery, according to doctors.
Thomas Manning of Halifax, Massachusetts, received the transplanted penis in a 15-hour procedure last week, Massachusetts General Hospital said. The organ was transplanted from a deceased donor.
Surgeons on the team who performed the transplant say blood is flowing to the organ. They said there are no signs of bleeding, rejection or infection, and that they are cautiously optimistic Manning will regain the function he lost in 2012 when cancer led to an amputation of the penis.read more

bowhead whale seen in British waters.

Bowheads42.jpgthis was a sighting of a seven metre long bowhead whale in shallow waters -long rock beach ,near penzance ,cornwall.this is only the second recorded sighting in European water,grist in isle of scilly last year ,see wiki leak for info on bowhead whale-read more -wiki link

BBC Panorama Britain’s Puppy Dealers Exposed Reveals The Shocking Truth Behind Puppy Farms

Undercover footage from a BBC Panorama investigation into puppy farms reveals the “ruthless world” of the lucrative industry.
Britain’s Puppy Dealers Exposed, which airs on Monday night, will see reporter Samantha Poling tracking the supply chain of Britain’s favourite pet.
Recordings from inside Irish puppy mills show scores of breeding dogs being kept in ramshackle cages, with water supplied to them by pipes that are normally seen in battery pig farming-read more

Carry On films coming back

Carry On logoThe 'Carry On' franchise is being brought back to life by 'Two Pints of Lager and a Packet of Crisps' writers Board Comedy Tim Dawson and Susan Nickson.
The 'Carry On' franchise is being revived.
The famed bawdy big screen British comedy series, which originally ran from 1958 to 1978 with a brief comeback in 1992 and comprised of 31 films, is being brought back to life with two new titles 'Carry On Doctors' and 'Carry On Campus' and the first release scheduled for 2017.
'Two Pints of Lager and a Packet of Crisps' creator Susan Nickson and Tim Dawson, who worked on the sitcom from 2008 until 2009, are penning the scripts.
A source told The Sun newspaper: "This has been on the cards for some time. All being well with work on the script it will start shooting in October with a release pencilled in for 2017 - which will coincide with the 25th anniversary on the last film. There's a brilliant team behind this and they're determined to make it a success.read more

cap - sheepdog .

this 16 month old black and white border collie sold for nearly 15,000 pounds .the new buyer is going to use cap as a working and performing trails dog.

What names are allowed on Facebook?

What names are allowed on Facebook?

Facebook is a community where people use their authentic identities. We require people to provide the name they use in real life; that way, you always know who you're connecting with. This helps keep our community safe.
Please don't add any of these to your name:
  • Symbols, numbers, unusual capitalization, repeating characters or punctuation
  • Characters from multiple languages
  • Titles of any kind (ex: professional, religious)
  • Words or phrases in place of a middle name
  • Offensive or suggestive words of any kind
Other things to keep in mind:
  • The name you use should be the name your friends call you in real life and as our acceptable identification forms would show.
  • Nicknames can be used as a first or middle name if they're a variation of your authentic name (like Bob instead of Robert).
  • You can also list an additional name on your account (ex: maiden name, nickname, professional name).
  • Profiles are for individual use only. We offer Pages for professional personas, organizations and businesses.
  • Pretending to be anything or anyone isn't allowed.
If your authentic name isn’t listed on your account, please change your name. If you're unable to change it,learn more.
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Documentary reveals secret life of human pups

A NEW documentary takes a look at the hidden world of human pups: a secretive subculture of men who dress and behave like dogs. Why do they covet doggie treats, belly rubs and squeaky toys?
“Puppy play is definitely not about sex, it is a form of escapism,” says Kye, a 28-year-old Oxford graduate who enjoys dressing up as a dog, reports the Daily Mail.Channel 4’s Secret Life of the Human Pups focuses mainly on men like Kye but he says: “Females who are into pet play are usually into kitten play as they identify more with kittens than pups.”
The program also features the sad story of Tom, 32, a theatre technician from Tring, Hertforshire, who split up with his fiancee Rachel because of his yearning to dress up as a dalmatian.
He says: “You disappear and start chasing puppy toys. You go so deep into the head space, you crave it and want it. It’s just magic.”-read more

Monday, 16 May 2016

Paranoia part 2nd


Me..mark aka ghostman as as an singer?

Yes i have delved into the world of sex ,drugs and rock and roll well in my case a cup of tea with a  torch of weirdness. I know as genesis said can't sing or dance but at least i am in on the joke and not a x factor or pop idol wanna be.no my music is just me having fun and if liked ok thats cool.

Sunday, 15 May 2016

stand up

bridge too far for bats .

a 20 metre long bridge -wildlife corridor -which cost thousands will not work say experts.the bridge is meant to guide low flying bats away from oncoming traffic in a new town-sherford,devon.

Nature's Epic Journeys - 1. Elephants

A thousand elephants, from magnificent bulls to vulnerable orphans, come together in a crucial annual gathering in northern Kenya, whilst facing deadly threats from both predators and poachers.
Liz Bonnin leads a team of scientists and film-makers using cutting-edge satellite-tracking technology to follow individual elephants day by day as they cope with their daily challenges. The team capture surprising new behaviour and witness how elephant society is responding to a world changed by poaching, including the remarkable way young elephants are coping with the loss of their parents.

Mary Beard's Ultimate Rome: Empire Without Limit-bbc iplayer

In this first episode, Mary Beard reaches back to the myths and legends of the origins of Rome to gain an insight into the deep-rooted psyche of the people of Rome - a city born through fratricide and rape. But from the very beginning, Rome was also an asylum for outcasts and exiles and because of this, it adopted a uniquely inclusive approach towards its neighbours and defeated enemies. The expansion of the city brought territory in first in Italy and Sicily, where Rome first came head to head and eventually defeated her great rival, Carthage.
Mary then travels to Greece, where Rome adopted a complex mix of brute force and cultural cringe, and France, where she finds evidence of war methods akin to outright genocide. In typical myth-busting style, Mary argues that the period of greatest Roman expansion occurred when Rome itself was little more than a provincial backwater, a shantytown of mud and brick. The marble, monumental Rome we know came about because of imperial conquest - not the other way round. And likewise, the creation and possession of an empire transformed the politics of Rome forever, creating the conditions for one-man rule, and ending the centuries-old Roman Republic.link

dancing tigers

picture shows a pair of tigers seeming to be dancing yogether in kunal khinwasaria,mumbai,india.

Giant pelican spotted in the UK for the first time in centuries: Red-billed Dalmatian

A huge pelican - the largest of its kind and one of the biggest birds in the world - has been spotted in the UK for the first time in centuries
A huge pelican - the largest of its kind and one of the biggest birds in the world - has been spotted in the UK for the first time in centuries.
The giant Dalmatian Pelican, whose wingspans measure up to 11 and a half feet, is thought to have been carried here on last weekend's humid weather from Europe.
The red-billed bird, native to Eastern Europe, Russia and Asia, was first seen on Saturday at Gwithian in Cornwall.

mercury .

mercury appeared in the sky over the week as a tiny black dot which seemed to crawl across the sun -8 hour transit -surface,moving 31 miles a second .

wiki leaks has a kitten .

julian assange has got a new kitten and its going to tweet from inside the Ecuadorian embassy,London.

sue,s essentials.

police in ely,cambs have come up with a weird idea to help cut shoplifting.this idea is to give teens free pants and toiletries to stop them from embarrassment and bullying which in turn causes low self esteem and may make teens turn to crime.

moon changes mood?

I personally disagree with an article seen in a newspaper stating that the moon does not effect behaviour ,mood,sleep .In the article it states no evidence supports the belief we are influenced by its gravitational  forces and only effect full moon is on children sleep five minutes less -eastern ontario research institute,Canada. I myself have work in mental health for a number of years and most patients did act differently near  or during full moon .

wallgate --holsworthy.

 pictures of my wall by wet room- westward housing are not  a lot about --angry face if carries on wall will get worse and could become dangerous.

Saturday, 14 May 2016

Little yellow lines show up in Holsworthy update

Little yellow lines show up in Holsworthy

By NDJJoe  |  Posted: May 12, 2016
Rodney Parrish
The new yellow lines
Comments (1)
LITTLE yellow road markings have appeared in Holsworthy confusing residents.
A number of concerned people took to Facebook when the road markings appeared to find out what they mean.

Monday, 9 May 2016

Northdevonfirefly 23.7.2016

To the fairy folk person inside you a visit to the show is for you, song's, dance,and more see list. ..
bands at the Faery Ball are : Spiral Navigators, Taking The Piskies, Lara Conley, The Raggle Taggles,Malachite and tigerBalm..wait dear post readers for more details. ..
contd: between 5pm and Midnight..to be entertained. . other entertainment at the faery ball : includes  Fire act by Draven Blaze ,Mark Norman a Devon faery Folklorist, Wolfsinger with his harp and storytelling in the bar area and UV facepainting by Abby Weir. What time can you sing along or dance. . Performers during the day from 11am to 4pm : Prismic Weave ,Threadbare Ravens, Re Turnbull, Wolfsinger (again) members of the Raggle Taggles and pirates tales and mischief from Capt'n Bachkeart o Brixham and his quartermaster Bertha...take part and you may take a little bit of fairy dust with you
Workshops : Hula hooping with project pixie workshop, Crafty Food Cafe, Sparklyfairy wings and costume workshop,Shamanic Charmbag Making Workshop ,Gemma Stacey ''meet your animal spirit guide' workshop.so let this stagebe your play and music be the food  of love and please do go to see this show . https://m.facebook.com/northdevonfirefly2016/about?refid=17.

Sunday, 8 May 2016

scent spayed to kill birds sexual urges.

cafes based in Venice ,Italy  have  decided to use a scent that kills off gulls sexual urges .this is being done to done  the gulls  terrorizing tourists and swooping on the cafes.

beakie the seagull.

a seagull called beakie  keeps wandering into a family's home to steal cat biscuits  or taps on patio door  in penzance,Cornwall.

beware jimmy the budgie .

postmen in workshop,notts are afraid to deliver post due to a boisterous budgie  called jimmy.he swoops to scratch and peck as the post when it is dropped through the letter box.

bar d,alsace-tin .

this is a temporary bar  that is going to open in london as part of stunt for beer makers kronenbourg 164.what makes this bar unique is going to be staffed by well -trained Alsatians.the dogs will wear harnesses fitted with miniature barrels to carry bottles of lager and you can see an advert featuring eric cantona and the Alsatians on a tv.

university tips to deal with zombie.

corwell university ,u.s.a scientists have pondered  and  tapped numbers into a computer to help to deal with a zombie Apocalypse  .the answer is simple run away  preferably to some hills as likely to be fwer zombies wandering around .if cornered by a zombie ,dot reason with it or listen to it as may rip out your throat.

leicester city .

no not a club i support but in terms of football  have done a real roy of the rovers story.at the beginning of the football season the foxes started at 5000-1 outsiders  to win premiership you could have got better odds on elvis turning up at their king power stadium .should be known as unbelieveables and i like an underdog having its day from an arsenal fan since 1968.


this is a nano scale device powered by light a few billionths of a metre in size.the prototype engine is made of tiny charged particles of gold bound in gold in gel.the particles are heated with a laser to form clusters before being cooled like a spring and could help fight disease.

trappist -1

powerful telescpes have discovered red worlds orbiting a star known as Trappist -1 .40 light years away and in habitable zone ,all the red worlds are the size of earth roughly and may be right temperature for water for life as we now it too exist.Trappist -1 is a ultracool dwarf star -smaller ,colder,dimmer.

1 st eaten human discovered .

archaeologists have discovered a 500,000 year old human thigh bone  with teeth marks  in a cave near casablanca,morocco .may have been chewed by hyenas ,hominins early humans are known to have clashed with predators over resources and living spaces.

no visit to draculas grave .

a churchyard based in whitby,north yorkshire may have to shut to stop goths looking at dracula,s grave.

air rifle pellet.

i have experienced a unhappy event with one of these .i was going around the pannier market that was held at bideford football club looking at a stall when i felt a very sharp pain in my back when i turned around i swa two teens with an airgun in hand ,i afraid i did swear and threaten them .but this is noting compared to story in a newspaper about 2 teens being arrested on suspicion of manslaughter  a 14 year old in the neck with pellet from rifle ,i think all air rifles should be banned.

Tuesday, 3 May 2016

New sun

thank you for your interest and willingness to ask about New Sun
What inspired your band and music?
When Doug Erickson and I founded what was to become New Sun in 1991, we both came from the school of odd metered Prog music. Such as King Crimson, Yes, and Rush. Doug was also into the improvisational aspect of people like Michael Brook and Robert Fripp. Chris came from a more accessible aspect with influences such as Blue Oyster Cult and Jethro Tull.
We founded our song writing upon the notion that is should challenge the players and the listeners and make them think a bit.
Chris 'Tru' Trujillo and Alex Kley brought in other elements based around odd metered rhythmical grooves and that changed our focus a bit. To groove and not play in 4/4 meter became a big part of our process.
We all believed in the notion of telling stories both musically and lyrically that were both complex and yet accessible by any listener. And we are not tied to anyone style to achieve that goal.
What are your aims?
To put out what we write, play live when we can and just create. It is something I personally cannot stop or live without. Whether it inspires or reaches listeners is not something we can control. We write music to challenge ourselves as writers and players first. And deliver a story as best we can with lyrics and music all as one touching an emotional nerve. Something we would enjoy listening to.
What plans do you have for the future?
Our 5th album “Transitory” will be released this summer and we plan on getting out and doing some shows on the West Coast of US. If it grows and connects, we’ll look to tour Europe in 2017.
CSC has been writing music for TV/Film for 15 years and would like to expand that as well.
You can find the first singles from that album Slipstream Day and Down By Sea averrable on our website www.new-sun.com
Christopher Scott Cooper
www.new-sun.com  |  www.facebook.com/newsunband  |  www.soundcloud.com/new_sun  |  csc@new-sun.com

Sunday, 1 May 2016

Stop North Devon District Hospital possible closures of essential services.

It has come to light that there may be possible closures of essential services at North Devon District Hospital - A&E, Baby care unit, Maternity and Stroke unit. This needs to be halted as this will without doubt lead to deaths.please follow link and sign

yellow or white to keep bedbugs at bay.

these  apple pip sized bloodsuckers come out at night to feed as attracted by body  heat and carbon dioxide.research advises using white or yellow sheets as bedbugs dislike being attracted to these colours as prefer red as it helps camouflage  their scarlet colouring and can also hide in black.

stand up is good for mental health?

academics are hosting stand up by comedians at Nottingham university in may.they believe that laughing assists people with stress and helps others to understand issues.

hugs stress dogs ?

in an article a canine expert Dr Stanley coren is clamming that dogs get stressed due to being immobilised during a hug when instinct is to (runaway)Dr coren analyzed 250 pictures of dogs hugged by adults and kids and he says that 81 per cent showed signs of discomfort or anxiety .myself i disagree strongly as all dogs i have had to my present two -robbie  the peke and mitzi the jack Russel  enjoy being hugged .

invasion of the mini yellow lines holsworthy,devon

25 April at 18:20
Has holsworthy been invaded by yellow mini lines as all around the square

Michael Curtis No loading or unloading at the times shown
Martin Heslip
Martin Heslip Will that cause problems with the shops in the square......?????
Philip Neve
Philip Neve No Martin, the shops are allowed to park there.
Tod Oliver Davies
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Ghostman Raines

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Martin Heslip
Martin Heslip Ha ha you makes me laugh Phil.....what about loading & unloading for the shops.....
Philip Neve
Philip Neve 'Loading only' designated areas are provided you silly billy. Lol
Martin Heslip
Martin Heslip Must go and have a closer look then....!!!!!!!
Philip Neve
Philip Neve I think your inspection should begin in the White Hart. I'm sure there is information to be gleaned in there.
Martin Heslip
Martin Heslip That sounds a brilliant plan.....
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Michael Curtis
Michael Curtis Think perhaps Holsworthy Town Square Going for the Guiness book of Records for road traffic parking signs! Even the tree had one last week until it was kindly removed 😜
James M Rowland
James M Rowland 27 traffic signs in The Square yesterday !
Michael Curtis
Michael Curtis Surely a record then !
Philip Neve
Philip Neve Shit !!! Don't encourage them to put more signs up.
Ghostman Raines
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Martin Heslip
Martin Heslip Is there that many vehicles able to park in the Square......
Mark Mark
Mark Mark It the Council gremlins way of not having a clue
Philip Neve
Philip Neve I think the maximum is eleventeen.
Gary Stephens
Gary Stephens I'm a Holsworthy born and bred boy and I'd love to ram each one of those parking signs up each of the retarded councillors backsides who thought it would be a brilliant idea to scare shoppers out of the square with the thought of a possible parking tic...See more
Nigel Johnson
Nigel Johnson No mini yellow lines are a cut back! They are saving money by using less paint! lol
Karen Osborne
Karen Osborne Looks like they don't want any people parking in the square. Which is so unfair to the shop owners who are struggling to keep there business .going .Looks like TDC or HTC are trying to get the Square pedestrians only. Launceston done this & there Square was deserted the other day when i was over there.
Lucie Cullen
Lucie Cullen Looking at the lines and signs I reached the conclusion that it would increase the revenue to the traffic enforcement department, whilst stopping people from the advantage of free parking to use the local shops. In an already struggling economy not the brightest of moves...
Josephine Foster No disabled parking on those special yellow lines and only 1 designated bay - with a 2 hour allowance! It doesn't encourage local shopping... PS what are the car Park charges now? Where Disabled have to pay too!

Tom Conwell..Holsworthy mark show

Podcast with Tom Conwell ...https://s133.podbean.com/pb/5b21f08384b4c086ce0a4fb8571ae4fd/5b299ef0/data1/fs110/2251397/uploads/Tom_Conwell_...