The Advertiser - - LETTERS -

THE new RAH has meal ser­vice “teething” prob­lems. If it wasn’t so funny it would be se­ri­ous. ROBIN, Man­ning­ham. ARE we about to see the big re­verse back­flip with a twist by our worst ever La­bor Gov­ern­ment with the Repat be­ing kept open be­cause of the huge health sys­tem dra­mas? ADO, Hal­lett Cove. WHAT’S with the cry­ing ex-prime IF, un­der the ex­ist­ing “Howard’s Law”, a hus­band un­der­goes a sex change op­er­a­tion and be­comes a wo­man and re­mains with his/her WHY do we ac­cept gov­ern­ments giv­ing bil­lions in tax­pay­ers’ dol­lars to prop up re­new­ables, caus­ing higher power prices? The el­derly and vul­ner­a­ble are un­able to af­ford the high-priced power, cu­mu­lat­ing in more deaths in win­ter and sum­mer — and we still get black­outs. TJB.

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