ISLAMIC State, or ISIS, may be murdering and torturing many, but they in truth are just making many more Christian martyrs who stand firm in Christ's name.
I AM writing to warn everyone about a phone scam that caught my student daughter out. It is a scam that has been happening for several years.
GLENNIS SLEURINK (Letters, August 19), claims it is "shameful", along with other emotive language she uses to describe Australia's alleged "treatment" of alleged "asylum seekers".
SYD Edwards (Letters, August 19) has taken a great liberty in the quote he has attributed to the letter from Gwendolyn Adams (August 11) in relation to the $18 million upgrade at the Defence Science and Technology Organisation at Scottsdale.
WE ARE constantly reminded by Tasmania Police, quite rightly, that drink-driving is an offence that will not and should not be tolerated.
I AM utterly sick of the hassle of interstate and overseas travel and am rediscovering Tasmania.
LEGISLATIVE Councillors are considering the government's proposal to introduce a 12-month wage freeze on the public sector.
THERE is no need for the state government to introduce new laws to restrict protesters. There are sufficient laws already in existence.
HOW much damage to Australia are Clive Palmer and Jacqui Lambie prepared to inflict on Australian industry?
GLENN de la MOTTE'S letter on free speech (The Examiner, August 18) highlights the ignorance still prevalent in society today regarding the GLBTI community, by stating "it is true that no one is born gay".
Looking back at this week, 10 years ago, courtesy of The Examiner's photo archives. Throwback Thursday: August 21 ...
The Villages of Life gala ball fund-raiser was held on Saturday night at the Tailrace Centre, Riverside.
About 80 people celebrated the engagement of Josh Berrell and Harley Nettlefold at Archers Manor on Saturday night.