What will it take?

February 21st, 2017
And for when the road ministers office clicks on, I found these photos of signs I took on the road during  earlier Elections.         This one the Monday after a very unexpected Labor win.                 The sign in the background… more »

What does it take?

February 14th, 2017
I went for a drive today to check out the mess in Gordon more »

Sign of the times

February 12th, 2017
                             This is a photo of one of many new clearway signs that weren't installed correctly.                                                It's one the Princes… more »

Reject button

February 12th, 2017
  Getting a letter printed in The Daily Telegraph is getting harder a bit like the SMH.    Maybe I'm getting a bit too wordy.   From: Hans Stephens [mailto:stephens1510@optusnet.com.au] Sent: Thursday, February 9, 2017 9:11 AM To: 'Hans… more »

Why the fuss?

February 2nd, 2017
Looking down through recent pages of this website you could think that I'm making a bit much out  of  a few crooked signs.  Not a big deal in the scheme of things granted, but in this age of innovation, I'm sure things could done a better way.… more »

RMS erection dysfunction

January 31st, 2017
The RMS (road and maritine service) definately has an erection problem, as shown by the numerous photos in previous pages. more »


January 26th, 2017
What is so difficult to put up a sign? Obviousily not to use the bracket no doubt designed by a committee. more »


January 8th, 2017
The old Department of Main Roads    (DMR)  was renamed The road and Traffic  Authority   (RTA)  and then it was renamed  Roads and Maritime Service.  (RMS) But one thing hasn't changed it appears, is… more »

Road and Marintine Services incompentence

October 20th, 2016
 Years ago I rang Alan Jones during his morning Radio show on 2GB just befoe a Federal or State  Election. "I don't care who gets in on Saturday"  I said "Oh, you must care" said Alan. "I don't care who gets in" I repeated, "as long as they don't… more »


July 10th, 2016
I saw atrailer for n upcoming a Main Event show as I was flicking through channels on Foxtel. more »

There's a fool born every minute

December 11th, 2015
Slick advertising, saying  the right things,  equally slick operators that sell the policy when you ring, and they  can get you.   My second hand station wagon needed insurance. It's a 1994 Holden Commador  I bought last year for $2,700 So my life… more »

RMS perfection.

November 7th, 2015
    I have commented before about the lack of common sense of the RTA (now the RMS)   The school zone sign pictured  here I think would be more visable if  placed a few metres further on, but I'm sure the paper work would've  said so many meters… more »

Pills of God

November 5th, 2015
                 What a world we live in. This book was written  by a convicted drug importerserving  time in Cessnock jail.     In NSW we have laws that stop people from profiting from crime.  So what does this jailbird author do, he… more »

Lucky school kids.

November 1st, 2015
I have had a thing about dangerous trees mentioned on a previous page.   Driving past the Sutherland North Public School on Sunday last I was blown away with what I saw. more »

Common sense I think not

August 20th, 2015

Prime Minister Abbott under fire.

February 5th, 2015
It is very easy to say of politicians   "They're all the same" but then maybe they are all the same.   It is  so disappointing to see the carping ,and complaining of  Prime Minister Abbott by his own people.   more »

Car number plates impossible to read

September 23rd, 2014
Going to Sutherland tonight I gave way to a van at the roundabout in Kirrawee and thought that this can not be right, so i sent the below email to the road Minister    Dear Minister,  Do you realize what is going on re the issuing of car number plates… more »

Section 10 at Kogarah Court.

August 28th, 2014
Section 10 at Kogarah Court.
This morning my wife and I went to the Kogarah Court for me to answer a double parking ticket. It sarted back in March when this came in the mail more »


March 30th, 2014
NO REPLY      from the two 2GB presenters I emailed, about the danger of blind or curtain cords.  Which is quite sad really as so much time is spent in their shows on  nonsensical ( but entertaining) stuff , a couple of mentions of the… more »


March 11th, 2014
Girl, two, left brain-damaged after accidentally hanging herself on window blind cord Toddler cannot walk, talk or feed herself She was found hanging unconscious by her father Youngster to be moved to home for disabled children Read more: htt… more »

To frack or not to fracK

March 4th, 2014
Hi Alan, about the danger of groundwater contamination because of fracking for gas.   The story will be that they have regulations and strict guidelines etc. etc. blah blah blah.   If a well does contaminate ground water, how can anyone undo the… more »

Law and order

January 13th, 2014
Hi Luke, Back in the 1970’s you couldn’t as a male enter Singapore with long hair, chewing gum was banned, and anyone caught doing graffiti was beating with a cane. It might seem a bit harsh, canning, even barbaric, but it works. Spending a fortnight… more »

Sunday Bloody Sunday

December 17th, 2013
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Enough is Enough rally

November 21st, 2013
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Front page news

November 11th, 2013
From: Hans Stephens [mailto:stephens1510@optusnet.com.au] Sent: Sunday, 10 November 2013 9:46 AM To: 'yoursay@dailytelegraph.com.au' Subject: bad boy Blake Dear sir, Who at the Sunday Telegraph decides what news the average The Sunday Telegraph reader w… more »

Collier wins back Miranda

October 20th, 2013
Good one Barry Collier. This may seem strange with my roadside effort recentily more »

Bring back Collier

October 17th, 2013
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Lining up to have a go at Judge

September 28th, 2013
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State Of Origin streaker

September 27th, 2013
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Who "borrowed" one of my signs?

September 8th, 2013
Last Friday my wife and I went out for a Thai meal.with a couple who drove back from the North Coast that afternoon. Ready to vote tomorrow?" I asked to introduce politics into the conversation. The first thing they said was  of a white sign they saw… more »