Why cotton pickers are here to stay

COTTON pickers have become a regular sight on the roads of Melbourne and Sydney, and their popularity has been linked to the rise of car-based transport.

But while the pickers’ presence in Australia has increased, so has the number of people using them, according to a survey of 3,000 people conducted by the University of Melbourne.

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Read more “It’s not that they’re a threat to pedestrians,” Professor Tim Sillick said.

“They’re a very practical option when you need to pick up small items like clothing, clothing for children, food or water, or other small items that might be left in your car.”

We’ve found that pickers who are trained and have an understanding of how to pick are more likely to pick the right thing to pick for that particular problem.

“This is going to impact how pickers work as a whole and how we interact with the picker community.”‘”

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This is going to impact how pickers work as a whole and how we interact with the picker community.”‘

It’s a shame to see people who pick not being paid’ COTTAY OF COTTERS: What is picket picketing?

The pickers picket in public spaces, such as parks, where they pick up litter or other items for distribution to the public.

They also use pickets to hold picketing signs and slogans during rallies.

“Pickets are about being disruptive,” Professor Sllick said, and “this is a shame because it’s a form of protest.”

Pickets are organised through websites like picketsfortheworld.com, which allows picketers to set up pickets around a country or a city.

They can also set up their own picket lines.

The picketers are also seen on TV, radio and in print.

“A lot of people are taking a little bit of risk by joining pickets,” Professor Sami Al-Qaysi, a member of the Australian Pickering Association, told ABC News.

“I think we’re seeing a lot more people going out to pickets, and I think that’s good.”

He said pickets could become a useful tool in addressing issues such as homelessness and car-related congestion.