CAN you believe it – asylum seekers suing the Australian government because they are unhappy with the conditions when they arrive here (The Examiner, August 27).
IT SEEMS the Labor party's criticism of Tasmanian Health Minister Michael Ferguson's $800 dollar odd taxi expense between Hobart and Launceston can at best be described as facetious (not serious – but humorous).
QUESTIONS need to be asked. Surely a benchmark can be used such as a simple ration of government employees to total population.
I WONDER if Ray Hawkins (Letters, August 19) is aware that the Ten Commandments were essentially taken from the Code of Hammurabi?
GABRIELLE CLIFFORD (Examiner, Letters, August 25) wants to “see some genuine diversity and support for our community” and at the same time
WE HAVE a well known and dire problem with our economy. The present government is doing its best to pull our debt back to a manageable level.
IN RESPONSE to both Mr Collin Burns and Mr Ray Brien regarding Cyclists and bike lanes in Launceston.
CLIVE Palmer may not be the normal run of the mill Australian, but when he says something, its loud and clear that fits his build and pocket.
WHEN is the misleading term "Renewable Energy Target" going to be replaced with a more accurate one such as "Renewable Energy Subsidy" so
THE murder of journalist James Foley by jhadist militants in Syria was a terrorist attack against the US, the White House says (The Sunday Examiner, August 24).
Jessi-Rose Nes' 21st Birthday at Alchemy. Photos by Haydn Robertson
Boxing Tournament at The Australian Italian Club. Photos by Haydn Robertson
Kate Miller-Heidke performs at The Princess Theatre. Photos by Haydn Robertson
Launceston Church Grammar Year 10 Formal, Archers Manor. Photos by Brodie Weeding
Celtic Force, Country Club Casino. Photos by Brodie Weeding
City Park Radio Cocktail Party, The Tailrace Centre. Photos by Brodie Weeding
Northern Tasmania Camera Club Inc Photographic Exhibition, Country Club Casino. Photos by Brodie Weeding