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SOMETIMES it’s the smallest stories that generate the most comment on the SCR website.This was certainly the case with our recent report about Gilmore MP Jo Gash’s opposition to same sex marriage.Mrs Gash was responding to a question put by the Register about whether all MPs should be allowed a conscience vote on legalising same-sex marriage. Her comments prompted a record number of comments on one story, more than 200, and generated vigorous debate. A follow-up letter to the editor on the same subject is also generating a large number of comments.Our story about Kiama MP Gareth Ward’s protege Paul Ell standing for a council spot sparked almost 70 comments, with Mr Ell doing what has become a tradition at the SCR site – responding directly to readers’ questions and earning some brownie points for it.Wednesday’s story about the dodgy tendering process at Shoalhaven City Council has attracted plenty of comment too, with readers wanting to know why the matter had been kept quiet for so long.When it comes to a conversation about local issues, www.southcoastregister南京夜网.au is the place to go.John HanscombeEditorThis story Administrator ready to work first appeared on Nanjing Night Net.