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LETTER: Better driver behaviour and road safety investment crucial to curbing fatalities

Scott Buchholz MP, Road Safety and Freight Transport assistant minister RARELY a day goes by the average Australian does not use a road. We’re driving on...

LETTER: Nation could lead as superpower supplier

Heather Heggie, Naracoorte ECO services are valued at $125t per annum globally and GDP is $80t globally. Loss of wetlands, reefs and land is $8t per...

LETTER: Smoking rates continue to frustrate

Colin Mendelsohn, Australian Tobacco Harm Reduction Association Foundation chairman and board member IN the lead up to World No Tobacco Day on Sunday May 31,...

Anger excited over lake rejuvenation proposal

AN INVESTIGATION into replenishing dried lakes with water to rejuvenate fishing and boating in the crater lakes precinct has sparked lots of debate on...

LETTER: Volunteers receive registration support

Evelyn O'Loughlin, Volunteering SA&NT chief executive VOLUNTEERING SA&NT has been given funding to formally manage registrations for volunteers during the pandemic. As the only official site...

LETTER: Nation praised for ‘flattening’ curve

Sophie Henke, Mount Gambier DESPITE unpreparedness for COVID 19, Australia has done well in flattening the curve. If only the same resolve was applied to flattening...

LETTER: Australia urged to follow climate ‘trend’

Sandra Young, Southend IT IS time to reassess what is working and what is not. What will be the "new normal" after Covid-19? I see that we...

LETTER: 2020 emergencies puts mental health to the test

2020 - what a tumultuous year we have seen so far from bushfires to now COVID-19. Regardless of the situation, one thing that remains constant...

LETTER: New online technology comes with security challenges

THE use of online technology to help people and businesses stay connected has increased dramatically over the past few months and police have created...

LETTER: Region’s fire danger season ends as one of busiest on record

THE 2019/20 fire danger season officially finished at midnight last night, finalising one of the busiest seasons in our history. The Country Fire Service really...

LETTER: Easter a reminder of hope during dark days

Janine and Robert Donaldson, The Salvation Army Australia commissioners IT is true to say our world in recent weeks has changed dramatically. Many will question what...

OPINION: So much to learn from seniors during pandemic

REGARDLESS of age, everyone still seems to be talking about the coronavirus - even 92-year-old Auntie Peg. "Do not book me on a cruise for...

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“REGIONAL people are dying on our roads and it’s got to stop.” That’s the key message Limestone Coast Police Superintendent Campbell Hill wants to get...

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