Letters to the Editor

Fri 11 Dec 2020

Open dialogue needs to continue to quell Keswick furore

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LETTERS TO THE EDITOR: ‘I am a returned serviceman. I should have the right to wander on the beaches of the island.’

Tue 24 Nov 2020

THE CITADEL PROJECT: Old Grafton jail reborn

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‘Have we the willpower to realise our true potential; to remove a rotten core, and replace it with a beating heart?’

Opinion: Call time on passing the buck to make Origin great again

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“So both of you, Channel 9 and the NRL, earn your keep and make our game better”.

Thu 12 Nov 2020

OPINION: ‘There is no room for Trumpism in Australia’

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Letters to the editor and Harry’s View.

Tue 10 Nov 2020

LETTER: Why Donald Trump is the Mugabe of the west

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LETTER: He defied all reasonable protocol and norms, pulling out all the stops, puppets and legitimate institutions at his disposal, to win at all costs: the same ugly...

Mon 9 Nov 2020

YOUR SAY: Solution needed for Shoal Point trees

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LETTERS TO THE EDITOR: Why is it people attracted to the coastal beauty then become active participants in its destruction for their new homes?

Tue 20 Oct 2020

Letters: Euthanasia is a licence to kill

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Readers have their say on voluntary assisted dying, China’s attempts to block Australian imports, and empty election promises.

Thu 15 Oct 2020

LETTERS: ‘We’re entering the Green zone’

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The COVID lockdown is a practice run for the big one – the Carbon Lockdown.

Fri 9 Oct 2020

Solving the koala dilmemma - Pt II

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‘We need to realise people are part of the solution, not the problem.’

Working without a net, embracing change and bouncing back

Working without a net, embracing change and bouncing back

What's been tough for us has also turned out regularly to be a joy, a challenge, a nightmare and a blessing - sometimes all at the same time.

Fri 25 Sep 2020

LETTER: Solving the koala dilemma

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Prime example in our own backyard of neglected national parks contributing to the problem.

Thu 24 Sep 2020

LETTERS: Drawing a line in sand on borders

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Readers have their say on the partial reopening of Queensland’s borders, Donald Trump’s bid to rush a Supreme Court judge appointment, and bus fare evasion.

Fri 18 Sep 2020

LETTERS: Bring home Aussies stranded by COVID

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Readers have their say on bringing home Aussies stranded overseas, the AFL bypassing restrictions, and how the pandemic is devastating businesses.

Tue 15 Sep 2020

'All pigs created equal - some are more equal than others'

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LETTER: 'This is exacerbated by our 2020 journey with COVID-19, distancing each from the other, as a precaution, but not always a workable reality.'

Fri 11 Sep 2020

LETTERS: Premier displays COVID double standards

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Readers have their say on the Queensland Premier’s COVID double standards, breaking the cycle of domestic violence and the Gold Coast shark attack fatality.

Tue 8 Sep 2020

LETTERS: 80km/h emu speed trap, fire fuel and lost friends

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CHECK out the latest letters to the editor of The Daily Examiner.

Sat 5 Sep 2020

LETTERS: Why are COVID-19 deaths exempt from post-mortems?

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Harry Bruce’s cartoon of the day and readers have their say on current events.

Thu 3 Sep 2020

OPINION: Ciggy price hike punishing regional Aussies

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The founding chairman of the Australian Tobacco Harm Reduction Association recently wrote to The Observer.

Wed 2 Sep 2020

Free speech comes with a responsibility to use it

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Demands for freedom of speech in the media come with a responsibility which is being overlooked, according to a letter writer.

Mon 31 Aug 2020

When will the voice of the silent majority be heard?

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Too often the noisy rabble, minorities, those with vested interests, money and power dictate what ‘we should believe’. WE WANT TO HEAR FROM YOU

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