Letters Archive

Bass candidates must commit to pool funding

By Michael Giles I’M A fairly keen swimmer. Not fast but I like to go in the Cape Aquathon, Channel Challenge and the Phillip Island swim-run events if I can over the summer. So I need to do a bit of training in the

A more pressing erosion problem

Why is the State Liberal Party proposing to spend $3 million on a rock wall for erosion control at Cowes? The erosion at Inverloch is much worse, and unless a rock wall is built or the road is moved, the iconic Bunurong Coastal Drive

Telstra’s secret

There’s a Consumer Service Guarantee (CSG) for all Telstra fixed line customers. Who knew? Well, Telstra wasn’t going to tell you. When the Australian Communications and Media Authority (ACMA) was started by the Howard Government at the turn of the century to protect fixed

Bus driver saves the day

May I, through your newspaper, thank the Wonthaggi town bus driver who stopped to assist me in Cameron Street when my walker fell off my scooter, leaving me stranded. I am very grateful for his help. Thank you very much! Being new to the

Thanks for saving me

I would like to thank the terrific Wonthaggi Ambulance crew who came to help me on Saturday evening, October 6 and brought me to the emergency ward at Wonthaggi Hospital, where the wonderful staff saved my life. Also, my thanks to the fantastic nurses