Litter still riles

Now I am happy to say there are no noisy parties.

I comment on them not just for myself; I have close neighbours with very young children and some close neighbours whose health is far from the best, so the last thing they need is to have their rest disturbed by that sort of thing.

As for impolite bus drivers, I’m glad to say in the past couple of days when I’ve had a very heavy shopping trolley, I have had two very lovely, helpful drivers (of both genders).

One who was driving a bus with steps lifted my trolley on and off for me.

Yes, I have seen a couple of dogs over the holiday period wandering loose. That is one of the reasons why I have a dish of water out so the dogs (as well as the birds) can have a drink on these hot days.

I’m happy to say more and more are being walked on a leash.

I, along with a lot of others who may not be so vocal, am trying to help to make our suburb better. Therefore, would people stop being so lazy and please take your rubbish home and put it in your rubbish bin or up to the bin at the shops.

There are so many bottles (often smashed and a danger to humans and animals), cans, cardboard drink containers, lolly and food wrappers, even used condoms, dropped around the park, the footpaths, people’s verges and on the roadway that the streets at times can look like the local rubbish tip.

Let us all who live in Ballajura make it our intention for this year to help to improve the look and the safety of our suburb and to have consideration for those who live around us.