Herald Sun



THE case of the woman fac­ing de­por­ta­tion from Abu Dhabi for say­ing “bad things” on Face­book shows me ex­actly why there is so much feel­ing in re­la­tion to ad­her­ence to our cul­ture and laws by Is­lamic mi­grants.

Owen Clark, Moolap WHEN the ACCC re­turns from Christ­mas hol­i­days, could it please in­ves­ti­gate why fuel in Sale is around $1.50, when it is 20c cheaper else­where?

Sparra, Sale

LET them eat feta.

C. Carstairs-Prott, Trar­al­gon IF Welling­ton Lee (YS, 15/7) is so proud of our flag (as I am), I sug­gest his as­so­ci­a­tion ap­proach the Fed­eral Gov­ern­ment to amend the Act to pro­vide for penal­ties for abus­ing it.

David Martin, Diamond Creek THERE is a new sports drink on the mar­ket called the Kyr­gios — le­mon, slime and bit­ters with a touch of Tomic wa­ter.

Big V, Al­tona IRENE (Text Talk, 15/7), I re­cently ad­dressed the mat­ter of the Kia ad with head of­fice. A new ad was put to air but the old ad is be­ing shown.

Bev­er­ley, Won­thaggi I AM wait­ing for the “driver track­ing” app that tells me how and when to wipe my butt. Get off yours, folks.

AD, Gladstone Park TO the neigh­bours of the statue in Caro­line Springs, how about plant­ing David “be­gone” trees?

Pi­eter du Plessis, Foster IT took me 20 min­utes to stop laugh­ing when I heard Shorten had de­nied bring­ing back the car­bon tax. No won­der they’re mak­ing Kill Bill 3.

Graham Chap­man, Mil­dura OH right, let’s be­lieve ev­ery­thing Bill Shorten says. Not.

Peter Le­suey, Bendigo

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