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The Daily Telegraph (Sydney) - - Letters -

Politi­cians wish to de­velop a Na­tional En­ergy Guar­an­tee. Pol­lies have a very poor record with guar­an­tees. Doug, Port Mac­quarie

If Josh Fry­den­berg thinks his beloved NEG will re­duce power prices, tell him he’s dream­ing! G. Hut­ton, Saratoga

Surely Mal­colm Turn­bull’s be­lief that the NEG will bring down power prices has only the CEOs of the bil­lion-dol­lar profit-mak­ing power com­pa­nies laugh­ing? Robert Liv­ing­stone, Alexan­dria

While win­ter peo­ple and fry in in Aus­tralia sum­mer, freeze Cae­sar in and his prae­to­rian guards twid­dle around with un­sus­tain­able re­new­able en­ergy. Keep th­ese loony poli­cies up and Aus­tralia will end up a third world coun­try. Glenn O’Sullivan, Kan­wal

The good news for the Dragons play­ers is that af­ter the thrash­ing by Par­ra­matta last week­end, they will all be se­lected again next week. Brian Dorsett, Gorokan

What will hap­pen af­ter Gus Gould’s time? Ob­vi­ously the game of rugby league will die. Lyle Keats, Mi­randa

Un­der Gould, Pen­rith has sacked three coaches. Gus should go to Spec­savers if he thinks his team can win the comp this year with­out An­thony Grif­fin. Bob Mack­lin­shaw, Tea Gar­dens

It gov­ern­ments is ab­so­lutely put crim­i­nal pan­der­ing that to our mi­nori­ties ahead of solv­ing the en­ergy is­sue. They should make a de­ci­sion on this in such a way that puts the wel­fare of all Australians ahead of per­sonal po­lit­i­cal sur­vival. Bill, Cur­rans Hill

It all starts with P — Paris, privatisation, power prices, per­se­cuted pensioners and pa­thetic politi­cians. Please! Will St­ed­man, Sala­man­der Bay

The $444 mil­lion Great Bar­rier Reef cash splash by Mal­colm Turn­bull must be stopped. The money is re­ally needed to help farm­ers. Richard, Ch­ester Hill

With this drought sit­u­a­tion, why can’t the RAAF and pos­si­bly the Army do air­drops of fod­der etc over the needy ar­eas. It would be a good ex­er­cise for them and one I am pos­i­tive they could han­dle with good lo­gis­tics and train­ing, putting them at a def­i­nite ad­van­tage. David Jones, Port Mac­quarie

I have been a St Ge­orge sup­porter for decades. It would ap­pear that the only train­ing they did in Ter­ri­gal last week was watch re­plays of the 1975 grand fi­nal. What a dis­grace! David Board­man, Boorowa

Con­grat­u­la­tions to Sharri Markson for Jour­nal­ist of the Year and the rest of The Tele­graph staff for clean­ing up at me­dia awards. Rhett, Cor­ri­mal

Goal­kick­ers in the NRL are so ac­cu­rate nowa­days, why not let con­ver­sions be taken be­hind the 30m line re­gard­less of where the team scores? Steve B, Wol­lon­gong

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