DAVID Broughton (Letters, November 22) should stop taking letters to the editor out of context.
HERE we go again. We have a developer wanting to put his money into a development to do something with the old silos.
CLAIRE van Ryn writes an interesting article on respect, however I would prefer it if she wrote more simply about love.
THE protesters Bill with amendments has been passed by the Legislative Council.
SO ONCE again we have a minority group making noises about the demolition of the old wool stores in Invermay. This could turn into another CH Smith debacle.
I BELIEVE education in primary school about how addictive smoking is could help prevent young people starting to smoke.
I READ with great sadness your article "Kids lose on speech therapy" (November 15) about the state of affairs in Northern Tasmania in that a child may have to wait 12 months for "early intervention" with speech therapy.
IT WAS really fantastic to see the Chinese delegation on-site at Craggy Ridge this week and other great Tassie projects.
LET'S reverse roles. If a Labor government after a decade of economic boom unprecedented since the 1950s had not returned a budget surplus in 2007 that would be a disgrace.
IF THEO Bakker (Letters, November 21) checked a few more scientists claims, rather than cherry picking those that suit his ideology, he would find more than one agree the earth has not warmed by any recordable amount for 16 years.
Winding the clock back to revist this week, 10 years ago, courtesy of The Examiner's photo archives. Throwback ...
A celebration night for Sarah Bryant and her team was held at The Boathouse in Launceston on Friday ...
Christmas came to Launceston on Friday night, with the Lighting of the Tree celebration.
Thousands of public sector workers gathered across Tasmania today to protest against the state government's budget cuts.