I have, and I sent my script to the pharmacist as soon as I got home (I was away from home). I went in there wheezing and couldn't afford it without the script. Doesn't bother me that it will cost a little more, DS has a cold atm and can tend to get a little wheezy - and Dr advised using ventolin in this situation. I'm pretty sure you can, but it's a lot more expensive. all you need is an asthma card from the chemist which will cost you about $3 and you keep that because they record every ventolin you buy, plus they will question you about if you are on preventors etc and what your management plan is. Went to use it, but it expired (shows how much we use it). Hard to get into the Dr's here - so was hoping to just get one over the counter as a just in case measure. Don't want to be needing it a 3am and not have it. Yes you can buy in NSW without a script, you just need the blue asthma card. You can also buy online without a script, you just need to call them and have a chat with the pharmacist. I am asthmatic and never bother to get a script for it cause I know I can just buy it when I need it. In a recent article by the Chairman of MLAG, he indicated that new timetables to potentially be introduced in due course by Southern Rail could mean an end to the Ashford to Brighton through service. The reason for this was the inability to provide a four-carriage train which would relieve the overcrowding from Hastings onward. The result would be a change at either Hastings or Eastbourne for Lewes and then a further change for Brighton. There are, apparently no suitable diesel units available (the only one that Southern could obtain – from Scot rail – has been sent to the Uckfield line), nor are their any bi-motor units and the possibility of retro-fitting a train to operate as a bi-mode has been refused funding from the Df T. The rarity of diesel units is,in part, due to an EU dictat that no more purely-diesel trains should be built (this follows on from the pressure to phase out diesel cars, and for the same reasons). The answer is to electrify the line not yet electrified so that standard electric trains could use it. However there is a problem: Network Rail do not want to lay a ‘third rail’ for safety reasons (despite the fact that the rest of the route derives its power from the electrified third rail system). They would prefer to use overhead wires on gantries.
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