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Fuel prices consistently high in Sale – Letters April 16 2024

Fuel prices consistently high I invite all local petrol station managers to please offer an explanation as to why the price of fuel around the...

Letters to the Editor: March 19 2024

Responding to John Cameron The second sentence of John Cameron's comment in the February 27, 2024 edition of the Gippsland Times is commendable for the...

20.02 Letters to the Editor – February 20 2024

CAT CURFEW WHAT is happening with the cat curfew, when neighbour's cat continues to come into our yard, and catch the birds. I know where it...

Letters to the Editor February 27 2023

Cost-of-living crisis crunching pet owners As Team Leader for RSPCA Victoria's Inspectorate South-East region, my team of six Inspectors and I share 85 years of...

Letters to the Editor – February 2 2024

Duck side I'M tired of The Nationals referring to science and ideology in the duck hunting debate. There is a whole other side that is being...

Letters to the Editor – 23 January 2023

Duck cruelty DURING the Inquiry into Victoria’s Recreational Native Bird Hunting Arrangements, traditional owner Gary Murray said that “It is our view that duck shooting...

Letters to the Editor – January 16 2024

Native forests provided opportunities Philip Hopkins' article in the Gippsland Times on January 9 ('A Railway journey back in time' pages 6-7') regards Nick Anchen's...

Letters to the Editor – December 22

Timber Town's opinion On May 23 2023, without any prior warning, the Victorian government announced the closure of the native timber industry on December 31,...

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...

Senator Raff Ciccone’s op-ed on Voice referendum

Comment Raff Ciccone   THIS Saturday, Australia has the opportunity to take a practical step towards better outcomes for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people. The Voice to...

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...

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Ruffled feathers on the courts

Zaida Glibanovic MAFFRA and Sale suffered defeat in Round 2 of Gippsland League netball. Drouin thumped the Eagles 65-17 at home. Maffra's young juniors were no match...