Shooters unfairly targeted
How can the Victorian police see fair and reasonable that sporting shooters be treated any differently to any other members of the public who are licenced for what ever reason?
How about we target aircraft licences, boat licences, medical licences, the list goes on.
You cannot single out one group of society to lose or threaten to lose their licence if they break COVID rules.
Court news: Fatal crash accused faces court
It has nothing to do with COVID.
Isn't the the catch cry by the Victorian government "We are all in this together"?
It doesn't sound like it.
Andrew Bales, Melbourne
More court news: Second time drug-driver given jail warning
Time to get real
At the Victorian premier's daily press conferences over the past two months, they have represented little else than a political execution of someone who has fronted every day, and answered every question, not hiding when things are tough, and then appearing to claim a "so called" good story that never comes to fruition like someone in Canberra.
The " Dan haters" are having a field day and I don't care in the slightest what the Prime Minister says. It has come to the stage that the premier should say to these " experts" okay, we will open up the economy, but you take the responsibility for the carnage that will follow.
It is a no brainer to guess what the answer will be.
The Prime Minister has not taken responsibility for anything since being elected.
Victorians are sick and tired of being singled out by Scott Morrison.
He has no idea to unite Australia-- because he is not interested.
Ken Price, Eaglehawk
Outdoor dining idea
If restaurants, cafes etc will only be allowed to operate outdoors, is there a way Hargreaves Mall could be utilised?
There's the potential for hundreds of diners with nearby restaurants - think Masons - using their kitchen and bringing the food to a servery or straight to the table via insulated carts.
Crazy idea but it just might work.
John Lillyston, Bendigo
Pension freeze pain
I'm told by welfare departments that I'm living below the poverty line.
My rent is going up, so too electricity bills.
I have nothing after each pay day - I don't drink or smoke. Some things I just cannot buy.
This is crazy of the government.
I have to pay bills off and they are getting larger not smaller.
Kymberley Williams, Burnie
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