Letters to the Editor
Dear Editor Most would know that Robbie Katter is not prone to blowing his own trumpet. So it becomes my duty to advise that around 12 months ago the MP for Mount Isa Robbie Katter procured a meeting for MIM officials with the two relevant Government ministers. When requesting the…
To the editor The saddest letter I ever read was written to the War Department in 1923, 7 years after Australian troops pulled out of Gallipoli harbour. The letter was from the girlfriend of Bert Henley, an RSM in the divisions that were sent to Gallipoli. She said she had heard…
Dear Editor, It has come to my attention the urgent need for Federal Funding for the Canossa Aged Persons Home in Trebonne. After a number of phone conversations with Canossa Aged Person’s Home and local community leaders, I have written letters to the Federal Minister for…
Dear Editor, Treasurer Hockey, at the Cloncurry Cattleman’s dinner June 12, 2014, stated that ‘we (the LNP) had reopened the Indonesian live export market.’ Sorry Joe, you’re a good bloke but there’s not the slightest scintilla of truth in this assertion.
Letter to Editor - Statement on the decision in the case GVK Hancock V's Coast and Country Association of Queensland.
Dear Editor, The Queensland Magistrates Court decision, on Tuesday April 8, to put a halt to mining by GVK Hancock in the Galilee Basin is a disaster to our economy. Almost all of our mining reserves (to the shame of successive Federal Governments) are now foreign owned; therefor…
Dear Editor, Our office has been contacted by a number of distraught parents on grazing properties who, because of the drought, are struggling to pay for their children’s education at boarding schools on the coast. Through Parliament in early February we questioned, in writing…
Dear Editor, We have written to the Federal Minister for Health urging his intervention regarding the proposed individual contracts for Queensland health doctors, which would force many of our senior specialists out of the public health system. The proposed contracts would strip…
Dear Editor, It seems to me that the Liberal Party are liquidators. The Labor Party had to sell the assets because they bankrupted our country; the Liberal Party seem to do it because they enjoy it. The Australian flag will soon fly over a country owned and increasingly occupied…