If you have to be guilt tripped, it might as well be done by these experts.
Check out below why Moruya Business Chamber has brought out the big guns – with the biggest grins – in its bid for a plastic-free Christmas.
Other grinners today were University of Wollongong graduates. Who was capped and gowned?
The grins in the picture below don’t signal victory in our FIX IT NOW campaign – yet.
They do signal a significant bi-partisan statement taking us a step closer to a safer Princes Highway. Deputy Prime Minister Michael McCormack and Shadow Infrastructure Minister Anthony Albanese met Fairfax editors John Hanscombe and Kerrie O’Connor – and accepted our summer road trip invitation.
While we have the pollies’ ears, which stretch of highway do you most want fixed?