Letters Archive

The tale of two electorates

By Michael Giles THE contrast between the election campaigns in Gippsland South, an electorate stretching from Leongatha to Sale, and Bass, taking in Inverloch, Wonthaggi, Phillip Island and Pakenham; could not be starker. While Bass has had a visit from the Premier almost weekly

Murphy’s law at Walkerville ramp

Murphy said: “Smile and be happy because things could be worse”. So, I smiled and was happy and sure enough things got worse. Which brings us to the local Committee of Management, which are about to commence a Safety Trial at South Walkerville. This

New Parkinson’s support group

Please find attached a statement from Parkinson’s Victoria about a new Peer Support Group starting in Wonthaggi. Any support you can give in letting people know about this new community group would be much appreciated. The newest Parkinson’s Peer Support Group will hold its

‘The Hyphen’ moniker

We have never been fans of the media, having seen several times the disrespect shown to victims of a ‘good story.’ However, the latest effort by your reporter who doesn’t identify him or herself in the November 6 edition, page 10, with the headline:

Round of applause

I would like to commend the Council and their gardeners for the very colourful display in the round about gardens in our town. I am sure I am not the only one who is enjoying them. Thank you for the effort of keeping our