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THE Gov­ern­ment wants to dic­tate dress code (for cit­i­zen­ship cer­e­monies). It wasn’t that long ago peo­ple were crit­i­cis­ing Asian coun­tries be­cause their pop­u­la­tions seemed to be wear­ing a form of uni­form.

J BLACKER, Crys­tal Brook

SCOMO doesn’t seem to grasp the fact that Jan­uary 26 is really NSW’s day and has lit­tle to do with the rest of the coun­try. Aus­tralia wasn’t named on that day, the Aus­tralian flag didn’t ex­ist and the new ar­rivals con­sid­ered them­selves tem­po­rary while they made their for­tune to take back to Eng­land.


THE lit­ter de­posit scheme could use­fully have dis­carded cig­a­rette packs added to it. DAVID KIM­BER, Lox­ton

TO­DAY, with the tem­per­a­ture

IF you really need to take pills, in­ject or snort stuff to have a good time, there are many who might have the opin­ion that you de­serve what you get.


BUSI­NESSES back a plas­tics ban be­cause they are the win­ners, not the en­vi­ron­ment: no more costs in sup­ply­ing bags, straws etc. They are laugh­ing all the way to the bank.

ROBERT, Gawler

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