After seeing the devastation and destruction of the ‘‘perfect storm’’ along the east coast of NSW, the damage and havoc caused was heartbreaking.
Last week, I sent an email to Wollongong Council regarding the off ramps at Berkeley, in particular coming from Dapto.
It is that time of year when the words “Lest we forget,” recur time after time, in the media and at gatherings of well meaning and caring people.
I was disappointed when I visited the Bulli Great War cenotaph at Slacky Flat on Saturday.
In response to Patricia Bohackyj’s letter (Mercury, April 16). She feels so strongly against vaccination. Good on her. As a parent, she has that right not to protect her children.
Here’s some ideas I’d like our federal representatives Sharon Bird and Stephen Jones to comment on.
I was astounded to read some families with two children could stand to forgo up to $30,000 per year of government money if they fail to have their children vaccinated.
It’s no surprise that musician Jona Weinhofen’s campaign against the wool industry has ruffled some feathers.
For the past 15 years, I have read extensive medical literature about vaccines and I can confirm that we had extremely low incidents of whooping cough until they started vaccinating for it.
I recently sold a small collection of old souvenir tickets from the currently closed Lithgow Zig Zag Railway, on eBay Australia, for just $15 to a buyer in Melbourne.
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