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Letters to the editor: December 12 2023

Bin suggestion I WOULD like to make a suggestion to the Wellington Shire Council regarding their replacement program for the existing wheelie bins. Currently the...

Letters to the Editor – November 10 2023

Does the government know fire? THE 2009 Victorian Bushfire Royal Commission (VBRC) recommended that at least five per cent of the forest be fuel-reduced each...

An opportunity to reconcile – Letters to the Editor – October 13 2023

A family secret - an opportunity to reconcile I HAVE been keeping a secret for 30 years and I don't want to keep it any...

Letters to the Editor – October 10 2023

It's a Walk for Yes! THE Walk for Yes in Sale on Saturday, September 23 was a wonderful experience. It was uplifting to feel the goodwill...

Letters to the Editor – 26 September 2023

Sale Food Support calls for more consultation THE Sale Food Support Inc is a registered food charity, and we operate from the Derek Amos Community...

Letters to the Editor, July 15

FARMING plays a huge role in the Gippsland economy, and is an essential part of our local communities - but it also presents dangers...

Letter to the editor | Net zero push not just from ‘greenies’

MS Davidson misses the point of my letter which was to rebut the assertion made the week before in letters to the editor that...

Letter to the editor | Lockdowns unsustainable

I WRITE to raise my concerns about the lockdowns that we are being forced to live under. While I understand the desire to control and...

Letter to the editor | Destroying jobs for no global benefit ‘insane

TONY Smith of Sale defends the net zero emissions policy by reciting a long list of organisations and countries that supposedly agree with it. However,...

Letter to the editor | Local homelessness a hidden but real issue

I WAS interested to read the article about homelessness (Gippsland Times 3/8), because I am aware that many people in our community have no...

Letter to the editor | Year 12 is not the be-all-end-all

FOR Year 12 students, this is the home run. It's a stressful time for students and parents as we foster the belief that if students...

Letter to the editor | Net zero is coming right across the world

RACHEL Southwell's letter "Net zero is a 'wacky green policy'" trots out the old and abusive canards about who supports net zero. She might be...

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