MURWILLUMBAH clairvoyant Rhonda Rixon says the Tweed has a lot on its cards this year.
MURWILLUMBAH clairvoyant Rhonda Rixon says the Tweed has a lot on its cards this year. Nadine Fisher

Shonky pollies will be found out

ANY deceptive Tweed based politicians will be found out in 2010, according to a psychic.

Clairvoyant psychic Julie Hall yesterday foresaw troubling times for someone in the Tweed Shire Council, local state government or federal government electorate saying if they are not authentic they will be caught out.

“Anyone putting their own interests before the community will be found out this year,” Ms Hall said.

“People will be a lot wiser this year. Local politicians won’t be getting away with any fuzzy stuff.”

For Tweed residents, 2010 will be a cleansing year where everyone will have time to declutter and figure out what they will do with their lives.

“People will also begin spending again by May. It won’t be a big boom, it will be slow and steady,” Ms Hall said.

She also said people will go back to basics, make wiser decisions and be less susceptible to scams.

“We will be thinking clearer about where to spend our money,” she said.

Meanwhile, Murwillumbah clairvoyant Rhonda Rixon said the Tweed region has a lot on its cards in the new decade.

“People in the area used to think what was in front of them was what the world was, they’re seeing the bigger picture now,” Ms Rixon said.

“I really feel like everyone is moving forward now. This will continue in 2010.

“It wasn’t like this when I first moved to the Tweed 13 years ago. Everything has changed so much.”



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