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Two sides of the debate

January 23, 2018 Ant 0

Dear Sir, I do understand both sides of the debate over Australia Day. When the First Fleet sailed into Port Jackson the lives and lands [more]

Wither Australia day?

January 23, 2018 Ant 0

Dear Sir, Leave it alone, it’s a well established day for all Australians even if a lot of us don’t know why. Let’s have another [more]

World class mining innovation

January 23, 2018 Ant 0

Dear Sir, The NSW Minerals Council has supported the release of the latest stage of the national Making the Future Possible campaign, featuring the Australian [more]

Date MUST be changed!

January 23, 2018 Ant 0

Dear Sir, Thank you for inviting readers to have our say about Australia Day. I think it MUST be changed. The choice of January 26 [more]

September 1 Wattle Day

January 23, 2018 Ant 0

Dear Sir, Wattle Day September 1 would be ideal. Why? A lovely flower which says “Australia”, no connection with Empire, no exclusion of Western Australians, [more]

Day to satisfy both camps

January 23, 2018 Ant 0

Dear Sir, I know a resolution that should satisfy both camps. As Australia Day in the past was actually celebrated on different days from state [more]

Keep Australia Day date

January 23, 2018 Ant 0

Dear Sir, I am TOTALLY FOR Keeping Australia Day on the January 26. For various reasons. Before Phillip and the First Fleet, there was no [more]

Tenants still at Ivanhoe Place

January 22, 2018 Ant 0

Dear Sir, Whilst we in this Community were out enjoying our New Year celebrations and looking forward to the coming year, approximately 73 families were [more]

Upgraded Police Stations wanted

January 10, 2018 Ant 0

Dear Sir, For 2018 would you please assist the Ryde Local Area Command to have buildings and infrastructure appropriate for the 21st century, and especially [more]

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