WELL it's now official - South Africa's legal system is the place to go if you are subject to murderous rages and just happen to be a national hero.
THE Irish have a great sense of humour.
WOW, what an exquisite cartoon, (The Examiner, October 23), to farewell Gough Whitlam.
RESPONSE to an article in The Examiner (October 23) finally made me realise what a sad joke our so-called justice system has become.
I'D like to congratulate Tasmanian author Richard Flanagan for winning the Man Booker Prize with his novel The Narrow Road to the Deep North.
THE Abbot government's dithering response to the Ebola crisis in Western Africa is just so embarrassing for Australia's reputation, already tarnished through its attitude to the climate change issue.
IN SENATOR Jacqui Lambie's letter to The Sunday Examiner (October 26), she questioned the accuracy of the rates of pay.
I HOPE all the prospective council members with advertising placards on the C.
WHILE every politician has their good and bad points, the late Gough Whitlam was a statesman in every way.
THE criticism by literary award winner Richard Flanagan of Australia's environmental policies is, in my opinion, just slightly hypocritical.
Revisiting 2004, with a flashback to this week, 10 years ago. Images sourced from The Examiner's photo archives. ...