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New Poll: Does Daylight Saving end at the right time for you?

Daylight Saving begins in the last weekend of September and ends in the first weekend of April. For some the end brings relief with the feeling of an extra hour to sleep in. For others the changing of the clocks causes all sorts of problems.

Some studies in the US show an increase in car accidents due the changing of times messing with body clocks.

Some parts of Australia and the US don’t even recognise Daylight Saving.

However many others love the chance to make the most of being outdoors.

So how do you feel? Have we got the balance right or do we even need this at all?


Folin Carroll on 17/09/2018 8:28pm

When I was growing up daylight savings kicked in over labour weekend and ended on the first Sunday in march. You have to look At it this way October can still be cold and wet for many parts of the country so it makes sense to readjust DST back to labour weekend – first Sunday in march.

David on 3/04/2018 4:18am

I know Eater swings around a lot, but I think it works to change daylight saving around school braeaks.

Guest on 1/04/2018 7:56pm

it should start on the equinox and end on it 6 months of each then

Guest on 18/10/2018 6:28am

Daylight saving should start on the 1st Sunday of November and end on the Last Sunday of February

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