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Monday, 26 June 2017

CONTACTS

you may also wish to contact your local State Member of Parliament.  You can find their contact details at https://electoratelookup.vec.vic.gov.au/

If your matter is a federal government responsibility, you may also wish to contact your local Federal Member of Parliament.  You can find their contact details at http://apps.aec.gov.au/esearch/

Sunday, 25 June 2017

REVENUERS

WHILE SPEED & RED LIGHT CAMERAS HAVE A ROLE TO PLAY IN ROAD SAFETY, there is no doubt that they are over used and that they have a significant role to play in the Victorian budget. Over $1 million a day is serious money to a state treasurer.


Thursday, 22 June 2017

BAD ROADS COST PEOPLE AND DOLLARS


TO ALL VICTORIAN MPs

It seems to us that VicRoads has made a mess of road maintenance across the State and has its’ priorities seriously wrong.
This makes the roads more dangerous than they need to be and costs the tax payer a fortune in funding VicRoads. And, it increases prices because it costs business operators, from tourism through services to commodities, more to supply the public. 


Can/will VicRoads repair the damage without independent supervision?

Damien Codognotto OAM
Independent riders Group
Melbourne

This article is two years old but it says everything about what's wrong with our roads and with VicRoads.

Monday, 19 June 2017

ANGIE'S FAREWELL



A celebration of life for Angela Frances Killeen will be held at Rotary Park Merimbula, 11am, Saturday July 1st followed by a wake at Wolumla Hotel.

All welcome to celebrate.

As purple was mums favourite colour we invite you to wear something purple.


Kellie

Angie Killen was the first Secretary of the original MRA. She is pictured here with Vice President Chris Swallwell preparing the MRA's first mailing in 1978. Angie contributed in a big way. She is not forgotten. She is missed.

HIRSTY'S FAREWELL

THE TRIBES GATHERED TO FAREWELL AN ELDER.

The Elder was Greg Hirst. The service was big. It was very moving. Greg was a husband and father, a motorcyclist and a man of God. He is missed. He won't be forgotten.

Sincere sympathy to Colleen and the family and all who loved him.

Damien
IRG