Letters to the Editor

Sun 12 May 2019

OPINION: I can do without watching a would-be PM cry

premium_icon OPINION: I can do without watching a would-be PM cry

I am not remotely interested in Mr Shorten's family, what his parents were or how they lived.

Fri 10 May 2019

‘This is what we feel when they walk out the door’

‘This is what we feel when they walk out the door’

"AS A partner of an interstate heavy vehicle driver my biggest fear every time he walks out the door is he won’t be coming home again."

Mon 6 May 2019

AN OPEN LETTER: If we kill the oceans we kill ourselves

premium_icon AN OPEN LETTER: If we kill the oceans we kill ourselves

An open letter to Australian politicians and councillors - you are missing one very important environmental policy in your election promises

Wed 1 May 2019

OPINION: Pro-coal loons convinced mine means prosperity

OPINION: Pro-coal loons convinced mine means prosperity

'There are a lot of people getting rich on the back of mining projects but it's almost never the people who live in the vicinity of them.'

Thu 25 Apr 2019

LETTERS: Thanks to the community on Anzac Day

premium_icon LETTERS: Thanks to the community on Anzac Day

EACH year sees the Bundaberg community join to honour Anzac veterans along with all veterans, at the Bundaberg Dawn Service and Civic Service...

Tue 23 Apr 2019

LAWYER'S OPINION: Questions need answering on Jewel ruling

premium_icon LAWYER'S OPINION: Questions need answering on Jewel ruling

Retired lawyer and development consultant Larry Lazarides has been a vocal commentator on the Jewel saga.

Wed 17 Apr 2019

LETTERS: Farmers copping the flak

premium_icon LETTERS: Farmers copping the flak

FARMERS are the back bone of the country. Without us to provide food where would the rest of the population be?

Mon 15 Apr 2019

LETTERS: Local praise plus politics

premium_icon LETTERS: Local praise plus politics

EVERYONE involved with the recent production of Les Misérables at the Moncrieff should feel extremely proud.

Fri 12 Apr 2019

LETTERS: Vegans, politics, cadets

premium_icon LETTERS: Vegans, politics, cadets

FOR vegan activists to assert that it is morally wrong for me to eat meat is totally a load of claptrap.

Thu 11 Apr 2019

LETTERS: Paper bag anger

premium_icon LETTERS: Paper bag anger

PASSING through Brissie on the way home, I picked up some Subway close to Roma Street Station.

Tue 9 Apr 2019

LETTERS: Major problem with solar farming

premium_icon LETTERS: Major problem with solar farming

THE Wide Bay area is having $600 million dollars spent putting in more than one million solar panels as solar farms.

Mon 8 Apr 2019

Chinese ute’s Ford Ranger copycat fail

Chinese ute’s Ford Ranger copycat fail

At first glance this looks like a Ford Ranger Wildtrak ute but there’s a major query on its build quality.

LETTERS: Mental health, vegans and the Greens

premium_icon LETTERS: Mental health, vegans and the Greens

WITH some 4000 juveniles hospitalised for self injury surely there must be something seriously lacking in our mental health services?

Fri 5 Apr 2019

LETTERS: Urgent need for safety works on road corner

premium_icon LETTERS: Urgent need for safety works on road corner

I LIVE on the corner of Rosedale Rd and Meadowvale Rd and for years we have been petitioning the Department of Transport and Main Roads...

Thu 4 Apr 2019

LETTERS: Environmental approaches divided

premium_icon LETTERS: Environmental approaches divided

THOSE hundreds of coal-fired power stations currently being built in Asia are not being built to last 10-15 years.

Wed 3 Apr 2019

LETTERS: Council debate continues among readers

premium_icon LETTERS: Council debate continues among readers

MR MOECKEL argues a single electorate is "contrary to the Australian electoral representative democracy”, because urban voters outnumber rural voters.

Tue 2 Apr 2019

LETTERS: Give people power

premium_icon LETTERS: Give people power

RE: MARY Walsh's letter Put it to a vote (NM, 30/03).

Mon 1 Apr 2019

Ensure you get what you pay for

Ensure you get what you pay for

A reader checked the vehicle identification number of his new ute — and discovered all was not as it seemed.

LETTERS: Questions over Tobruk

premium_icon LETTERS: Questions over Tobruk

RECENTLY we were shown on our TV, the Tobruk resting on its side under the sea.

'Children used for political agenda' in protests

premium_icon 'Children used for political agenda' in protests

HAVE we lost the plot by supporting children protesting instead of going to school, to put it bluntly why would anyone support truancy?

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