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The Daily Telegraph (Sydney) - - Letters -

Just when we were all set to watch Mal­colm Turn­bull squirm at the magic 30 mile­stone, along comes Bill Shorten with a hare­brained scheme to im­pov­er­ish more pen­sion­ers. Please Bill, keep sch­tum — your poli­cies are the only thing that can save Mal­colm.

Robert T. Walker, Wagga Wagga

We all love our sport, par­tic­u­larly when it is un­der lights. So why don’t we put our sta­dium re­builds in the pend­ing file for a cou­ple of years and buy our­selves a nice lit­tle power sta­tion, which can guar­an­tee power for us.

Chris Walsh, Lind­field

All the NSW govern­ment has to say is the build­ing of two new sta­di­ums for the ben­e­fit of a se­lected few is more im­por­tant than pro­vid­ing cheap elec­tric­ity for the ben­e­fit of ev­ery per­son in our beloved state.

Terry Groves, Forster

Wem­b­ley Sta­dium was opened in 1923 and closed 77 years later in 2000. We can’t even build one to last longer than 17 years. Please ex­plain!

Brian Taylor, Syd­ney

Bill Shorten’s div­i­dend pay­ments changes will help fi­nan­cial in­sti­tu­tions and traders, be­cause re­tirees like my­self, who have re­tired on su­per­an­nu­a­tion, will sell their shares.

Brian Son­sie, West Ryde

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