Now Port Stephens residents have had their democratic vote on the future directions of council business .
I am very concerned about some of the cafes on the Peninsular that are not aware of the “war on waste”.
The feminist movement of the past has called men “male chauvinist pigs".
The prospect of legal action for defamation which applies, whether or not there is webcasting, may well be reduced by the incentive for speakers to keep to the facts.
The front page article (Examiner, August 3) regarding the sale in June last year of land overlapping the Mambo Wetlands Koala habitat is distressing.
Over the past decade groups have, in my opinion, been hell bent on destroying the headland's natural beauty.
I read with interest the article on funding being made available on clearing of several fire trails before the summer season.
On September 9, voters in the Local Government Areas of Port Stephens, Dungog, Maitland and Newcastle will be asked to go to the polls to elect new councils.
As a figurehead and representative of a community body, it would be most prudent to ensure that the facts are correct before statements are made on a public forum.
Timothy Petterson made claims in a recent Examiner [Letters, June 29] that the Gonski 2 bill, as amended and passed by this parliament, is sector blind and fair for all.