Editorial comment

2015-06-11 06:00

EVERY week, journalists at the Fever receive an influx of emails from emergency and rescue services with photos and information about recent road accidents.

This week saw a young Shelly Beach mother lose her life on the road.

Although some of these accidents cannot be avoided, let us all try to be more responsible motorists and adhere to the rules of the road.

On a lighter note, it seems sardine fever has gripped many South Coasters, both young and old. Visit our Facebook page and have a look at the photos. To those who managed to get their hands on the slippery fish, bon appetit!


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