September 2017

Commented on a story 25th Sep 2017 8:47 AM

Any other glossy junk mail leaflet stuffed in letter boxes and under front doors would get chucked in the bin,  but not this one.

How one bit of junk mail is upsetting a whole community

"Exactly To cowardly to follow normal procedure. Where interested parties had the right to submit..."

Commented on a story 25th Sep 2017 8:43 AM

IT’S okay to vote “No”. I’m voting “No” and I object to the assumption that that makes me a bigot or homophobic.

'All relationships matter but not all are marriage'

"Interesting that some are more offended at the nomenclature than the discrimination. & Interesting..."

Commented on a story 23rd Sep 2017 9:59 AM

ARE you a straight-talking espresso drinker, or an indulgent cappuccino lover?

What your coffee says about you

"Guess being a non-coffee drinker means you have a life?"

Commented on a story 23rd Sep 2017 9:52 AM

THE same-sex marriage survey gives everyone a chance to have their say. So why isn’t Shea MacDonaugh allowed to vote?

Woman with Down syndrome fighting right to vote in SSM survey

"& when the Government took the cowards way out instead of doing their jobs, they didn't give any..."

Commented on a story 23rd Sep 2017 9:51 AM

HE BECAME a hit online for his progressive wordview, now he has sat down with The Chronicle to discuss why an 89-year-old ex-Toowoomba principal is voting 'YES'

Why same-sex marriage is close to Bob's heart

"Good on him. It's amazing what people learn when they bother talking to those they dismiss as being..."

Commented on a story 23rd Sep 2017 9:51 AM

IT IS my hope that when Australians cast their vote on the same-sex marriage, they firstly consider the interests of any children involved in the marriage.

'Think of the children': Reader worried about SSM vote

"Oh yeah I can see it now.. " Mum why are those to men holding hands? " "Because they love each..."

Commented on a story 23rd Sep 2017 9:49 AM

JULIE Bishop spent tens of thousands of dollars over five years visiting cities around Australia on the same day her beloved West Coast Eagles played there.

Julie Bishop’s travel matches beloved team’s away games

"& Tragically she can't see anything wrong with this."

Commented on a story 23rd Sep 2017 9:49 AM

THOUSANDS of school leavers are shunning top jobs because they are pushed into university at the expense of apprenticeships.

Lucrative jobs go begging due to university obsession

"Good grief Really getting sick of this "youth" bashing. There's stories recently commenting..."

Commented on a story 22nd Sep 2017 12:05 PM

AUSTRALIANS are called to work for an economy based on principles of justice and equity – one that is at the service of all, particularly the most vulnerable.

Social Justice Statement focuses on inclusive economy

"Boy my fingers were tired this morning.. Meant to say that 'differences make many people..."

Commented on a story 22nd Sep 2017 9:11 AM

AUSTRALIANS are called to work for an economy based on principles of justice and equity – one that is at the service of all, particularly the most vulnerable.

Social Justice Statement focuses on inclusive economy

"A noble aim - but an uphill battle when dealing with people who cannot see any need to change their..."

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