Tasmanian Palmer United Party Senator Jacqui Lambie's "potty mouth" has angered and disgusted the vast majority of Australians living in the big island north of this state as well.
I AM sure given her time over again our cringeworthy Tasmanian Palmer United Party Senator Jacqui Lambie would do the same again.
BILL CARNEY (The Examiner, July 24) seems to think our extra tourists are visiting "Tasmania's World Heritage Areas" so I would like to know where he gets this idea.
I CONGRATULATE Mr Robin Frith (The Examiner, July 23) for securing government funding for 3D modelling of the Pt Rapid barrage.
WHAT an exciting step, (The Examiner, July 19) bipartisan support has kept Qantas in Australian hands as Opposition Leader Mr Shorten said "This is how key problems get solved".
DEPUTY Launceston Mayor Alderman Ball stated (The Examiner, July 24) his concern "we may see people who only want the top job of mayor and that's not what council is about".
THE Northern Midlands Council has moved to join the growing list of municipal councils wanting trials of medical cannabis (The Examiner, July 22).
WHILE endorsing the editorial view (Examiner, July 23) of Jacqui Lambie’s inappropriate ‘‘joking’’ on air, it does raise the issue of selected political correctness.
MS BOLGER (Opinion The Examiner, July 19) regarding my advocating for baby safe havens represents just one issue I am vocal and passionate about.
JACQUI Lambie sounds more like an out-of-control teenager and should not be representing Tasmania in federal parliament, but making her front page news is a bit off when things happening in federal parliament question time don’t even get a mention.
The Scotch Football Ball, held at Hotel Launceston on Saturday night.
Cindy Jones celebrated her 40th birthday in costume at the Olde Tudor Motor Inn on Saturday night.
RSPCA Tasmania held a Christmas in Winter Trivia Night at Archers Manor on Friday night.
The Launceston Rugby Ball, held at the Northern Club on Saturday night.
About 80 people attended the Tailrace Centre's Date Night event at Riverside on Friday night.
The Launceston Bowls Club celebrated Christmas in July on Saturday night.
Punchbowl Primary School celebrated Christmas in July at the Quality Hotel Colonial on Friday night.