Topic | Letters | The Sydney Morning Herald
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It’s hard to know what to make of the kerfuffle surrounding the proposed reduction in adviser numbers for parliamentary crossbenchers
We now have a premier who wants to be known as “the education premier”. How about consulting those who do the job every day, premier?
Teachers, we hear you, and something must change, not just the salaries.
Where is the sanity of reducing mask mandates, among other restrictions, in a rising tide of COVID numbers and deaths?
While the state budget reforms for childcare and preschool are progressive, the decade-long neglect of the teaching and nursing professions continues.
How much does it cost for any of the flags on the Harbour Bridge? Maybe we should take them all down. It was built to be a bridge, not a flagpole.
I hope Bob Carr is correct, and that when Anthony Albanese rings the American president, as he must, Biden agrees to drop this vengeful witch-hunt against Julian Assange
So, Julian Assange is to be extradited to the US to face spying charges and probable life in prison there, thanks to Priti Patel, UK Home Secretary
Sussan Ley has sealed her own fate.
“Power to the people!” Unless, of course, it interferes with the profits of public utilities which should never have been privatised in the first place.
This is what happens when essential services like gas and electricity are handed over by governments to private businesses that are only interested in maximising profits.