DEPUTY Premier Bryan Green's attempt in recent comments to justify the forest deal sadly reminds us how he operates.
I SOMETIMES wonder if Australian trade unions have ever heard the old saying "the straw that broke the camel's back".
IN relation to alleged bullying of staff members, it's interesting that Senator Helen Polley states: "I absolutely reject claims that have been made against me."
I WRITE in reference to, as a matter of opinion, The Examiner's most valuable columnist, Calla Wahlquist.
WHAT a pity the Federal Parliament had to endure a censure motion on Prime Minister Tony Abbott last week, when the reason for it was a complete sham.
I BELIEVE that there are many people in Launceston who do not know that, from the late 19th century until the mid 20th century, Launceston was the centre of heavy industry in the North of the state.
INTERESTING that Opposition leader Will Hodgman "absolutely supports the right to free speech and peaceful, lawful protest" (Letters, December 13).
IT IS very irresponsible of Prime Minister Tony Abbott to be sanctioning the use of smacking as a parenting tool.
THE Senate must block legislation and create a double dissolution, before this Coalition federal government puts Australian people into an intolerable position, both financially and economically.
IT'S not just mail that Australia Post is gouging us on this year.A two-kilogram air mail package from Holland to Australia cost $27 (C=18.05).
Celebration Dinners 2013: Deloraine High School. Photos by Scott Gelston.
Celebration Dinners 2013: Cressy District High School. Photos by Scott Gelston.
Queechy High School celebration dinner at the Grand Chancellor in Launceston. Photos by Neil Richardson.
Our photographic collection of this year's High School Celebration Dinners.
If you are preparing a spectacular Christmas display and setting your home and garden alight with Christmas cheer, ...
Carols By Candlelight, City Park, Launceston. Photos by Phillip Biggs