I NOTE the letter from Professor Jenny Davis and Ian Kidd (The Examiner, July 18) on the Tamar Lake barrage. Are these academics seriously arguing against a more detailed understanding of the estuary through 3D hydro dynamic modelling?
RECENT interest in the possible establishment of a medicinal marijuana trial for Tasmania has highlighted the value-adding capabilities of all members of the cannabis sativa family.
I WHOLE-HEARTEDLY agree with Martin Gilmour's article re Jacqui Lambie. However, I am not surprised with what she has said on national radio because every time she opens her mouth on either radio or television, I have to either cover my ears or leave the room - her speech is dreadful, and I have worked with quite a diverse section of people and never have I experienced someone who speaks like Jacqui Lambie.
IT'S not every day that I agree with Alderman Ted Sands, but I have to say he has it right this time. What a great opportunity it would be for Woolworths to open a Big W store at the soon to be closed Becks in the Boland Street precinct.
A RADIO interview (July 22) in Hobart has finally revealed the real Senator Jacqui Lambie. Her crass comments to the announcer about her ideal companion would disgust most Tasmanians and certainly will tarnish the image of women.
MID-June my wife was walking alone along the footpath on West Tamar Road approaching the Cataract Gorge Bridge when she was viciously set upon by two dogs that ran down from a house on the city end of Trevallyn Road.
WHAT happened to the old family allowance way of compensating parents to start life off with the child's essentials?
I HAVE thought for quite some years that Russian President Vladimir Putin is the most dangerous man on Earth and I think he confirmed it this week.
AFTER hearing about Senator Jacqui Lambie's performance on Heart 107.3's breakfast program, I, as a Tasmanian, and one who disagrees with Senator Lambie's politics at that, find myself strangely proud that she is representing the state.
LAUNCESTON Alderman Ted Sands stated that a better position for a Big W would be the current site of Becks Timber and Hardware within Launceston (Letters, July 22).
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