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In Collingwood Park QLD on “Reconfiguring a Lot - One...” at 7001 Collingwood Drive Collingwood Park QLD 4301:

Monty commented

Please don't generalize when you talk about obesity. The leading Number 1 killer of females is dementia (April 20) and males its cardiac disease. Cardiac disease has more than one condition that causes heart attacks - easy to pick on Fast Food outlets- but the truth is stress leads to heart attacks....stress from domestic violence, food poverty meaning low income equals not having the funds to buy organic health industry foods. Have you seen the prices? Cut the discriminatory remarks about fat people etc...its uncalled for. It all comes down to choice whether its smoking, eating,drugs,gambling and alcohol.....which group do you fit into ?

Maccas etc are generally cheaper and is meant to be a treat rather than an everyday diet.Yes they make salads and they show you the calories and breakdown of your food before you purchase....Ever been to a health restaurant and they have the calories on the menu --errr no. Its about choice and money. Maccas does provide employment and has one of the best management training programs in the world. We have Subway - what other brands can deliver a low cost meal ? That block of land is a disgrace - people throw mattresses and rubbish over it. Yes it would be great as a green space but its not council/public owned - its a developer....would you rather small lot housing crammed in there ?

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