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HIGH SPEED RAILING AGAINST COSTS
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I spent about about 20 minutes researching on the net and then doing a quick cashflow analysis and worked out that even if the entire population of Newcastle and the Hunter traveled return between Sydney and Newcastle 365 days a year and you wouldn’t come close to cover capital costs, let alone the cost of operating it.

Maybe when the Sydney basis has a population of 20-30 million people but I suspect by the time a VFT becomes viable between Newcastle and Sydney, it will simply be quicker and cheaper to just teleport.

-Mark from Maitland

Totally skeptical, but we totally need it. I catch the high speed train from Frankfurt to Munster (about the size of Newy) to visit the in-laws.

It’s twice as quick as the Autobahn (not the M1!).

Wifi, power points and family rooms…yes family rooms! All while going 250km/h, silky smooth whisper quiet.

Being back in Oz is like returning to a 2nd world public transport backwater. I’ve been on better public transport in Kazakhstan.

-Ray

LAKE MACQUARIE PARKING WOES

Warners Bay “Village” is fast becoming the last place I want to visit or shop – and I live there.

-Alison Smith

Parking problems at MtDruitt by the Lake, who cares.

-Syd

HUNTER’S VETERANS WITHOUT HOMES

This is a sad and not uncommon story for our vets from Vietnam onwards. There will be much more of this as the never ending wars continue.

-Glenn

How very brave of you to tell your story. Thank you Rachel for making the general public aware of your daily struggles. Kiara is one lucky girl.

-Vicki

SHARON RASCHKE’S FINAL BOW

There must be so many anecdotes about her as there were so many sides to her, although I only knew her in odd sorts of encounters, she always seemed to channel a vibe of “we are alive and living”- yes indeed she was a force of nature, a primal force, we had some wonderful laughs.

-Niko

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