WELL said B. A. Ellis (Letters, September 9). The Greens obviously care more for the health, rights and welfare of illegal boat people, than they do regarding these same things with their own countrymen and woman.
WITH the decision to stop the Islamic State after the atrocities they have committed, critics have condemned those sending aid to the Middle East.
CONGRATULATIONS to Emily Baker for her article. She has indeed hit the nail on the head. It is so refreshing to hear a young person’s view of this beautiful city and to have her agree with senior citizens.
ONE OF the big issues for Centrelink is catching out welfare cheats.
UNFORTUNATELY Mr Martin Kjar (Letters, September 9) has not understood.
I ALWAYS find craters left behind by so-called meteorites slamming into the earth fascinating.
ANGELS are real and there's a fleet of them in Launie.
I AM proud to have a daughter who is very actively engaged (and employed) in the Guaranteeing Futures Program (Pathway Planners).
FOLLOWING my recent experiences with the Launceston City Council I have to agree with David Parker's sentiments that it is the opportune time next month to get some new faces onto council.
LEAVE YOUR MESSAGE: Tributes have poured in for passionate community advocate and Launceston Deputy Mayor Jeremy Ball who ...
The INBA Tasmanian Natural Physique state championships attracted about 100 entrants, and was held at Launceston's Albert Hall.
The Examiner's editor Martin Gilmour has resigned to take up a position with the state government.
Adam Sutton and Tegan Hastings celebrated their engagement at the Riverside Golf Club on Saturday night.
The Old Launcestonians Football Club held its annual dinner at The Boathouse on Friday night.