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State terrorism

RECENTLY, I ASKED a Canberra resident, who is a kind woman, what she thought of the ACT’s annual kangaroo culling activity. She made a face, but then said, ‘I know there are too many of them but’… The ‘too many’ narrative indeed goes to the heart of the government propaganda that

Power in NSW in chaos

Dear Editor AS AN EX-Pacific Power electrical engineer who spent 33 years building and maintaining power stations in NSW it makes me sad to see what is happening to the power industry in NSW in just 7 years. NSW once had a reliable power system. With the closing of  1,000MW Wallerwang Power

Taxpayer: no reply from state rep, council questions

letter to editor

Including about sale of public property WITH OUR LOCAL NSW Eden-Monaro politician, not seemingly wanting to reply to, or even acknowledge, emails sent from members of his electorate, the Queanbeyan Palerang Regional Council (QPRC) ratepayers seem to have lost the ability to complain to our local NSW member about issues with

New evidence, new film

Kangaroo movie (2017)

Let’s stop ignoring destruction of our kangaroos. READERS AND VIEWERS of the District Bulletin will know that over many years we have reported the injustices, death and destruction visited upon our national icon, the kangaroo, in a framework of both overt and dog-whistled “pest management” that stretches back to colonial thinking. That

Bungendore camp ground gathers dust

road dust

DEAR RESIDENTS of Mathews Lane, We recently had the pleasure staying at the Bungendore Showground/Camping Park, the peace and tranquillity of the area was delightful, so I can understand why you all enjoy living on the Lane. As lovely country and considerate people I implore you all to slow down at least