Monthly Archives: July 2014

Christian education a matter of choice

  SUGGESTING, as Barry Rainsford did in his letter of July 9, “Christian education has much to offer”,  that Christian volunteers are needed in public schools to instil personal values such as honesty, compassion, respect and tolerance, is insulting to … Continue reading

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Backlash over towers

HOPE that Vicki and Harold Collister and their fellow protesters are prepared for the backlash when Telstra inevitably wins in the Land and Environment Court as they did in the Bathurst suburb of Kelso in 2012. The court concluded that … Continue reading

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