AUSTRALIANS should be prepared to work until age 70 (The Examiner, April 14).
THERE is a glaring error in Kerry Finch's letter (Letters, April 15). He is expressing (unqualified?) support for a pulp mill at Hampshire despite there not having been anywhere near the investigations about the suitability of that place when compared with the Tamar Valley site.
THOSE people complaining about the perceived loss of the right to protest just don't get it.
HOW many of the 25,692 sick Tasmanians forced onto the public health elective surgery waiting list will die because they haven't received timely medical treatment?
I HEARD a radio interview with a 93-year-old resident of Mosman, New South Wales, on Tuesday morning.
JOE Hockey is attempting to balance the budget by attacking the retirement age: "The age of entitlement is over".
DI SCETRINE (Letters, April 10) questions the large expense of the search for the Malaysian flight missing when there is no hope, no hope of survivors, but we need to know the reason for this terrible disaster to hopefully prevent further happenings.
IT was with interest I read the article (The Sunday Examiner, April 13) titled "Interest groups not speaking for majority".
THERE has been quite a bit of tension developed by the federal government, by suggesting pensions might be cut or the age of entitlement for an aged pension increased to 70 years.
YET again we hear the same old story "there will be no GST under a government I lead".
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