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NOT HAPPY: Sylvie Siteaud is not happy with Telstra after she lost phone and internet connection last week, affecting her Maloneys Beach business. No good TelstraI have lived in Long Beach for 26 years, and have lost count of the interruptions to our land line and ADSL Broadband service.
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On average, we have a problem every sixto eight weeks.

Absolute joke. Internet speed is sub standard, and the constant disruption/outages just proves what an inefficient and ineffective operation Telstra have become. Why can’t the problem be rectified?

In summary, we are paying a premium price for a redundant outdated service that fails repetitively.

Not good enough.

Try to speak to anyone, and you get put onto someone in the Phillipines, who asks you to unplug the router from the wall and reboot – very frustrating.

Telstra were a good Australian Company

Garr Smith, Long Beach.Good move, BairdCongratulations to the Baird Government for having the courage to do ‘the right thing’ in closing down thegreyhound industry in NSW. But that is just the tip of the iceberg when it comes to animal welfare in the ‘racing industry’.

When a thoroughbred destined for racing is born in Australia, its chances of being a successful racehorse are slim. It is estimated that only 300 out of every 1,000 foals produced will ever start in a race. That means of the 13,000 thoroughbred foals born each year in Australia alone, an approximate 9,000 will be considered useless and thousands will end up at “the doggers”.

While the racing industry argues that many ex-racehorses are sent to stud for breeding, the number of horses involved in breeding is declining.

There is no doubt there are a few lucky horses that are saved by caring individuals and horse rescue organisations.

In a business where making a profit is extremely difficult, it is vital to discard a horse as soon as possible after deciding it is no longer viable.

The racing industry does not have a retirement plan. This results in thousands of racehorses being sent to knackeries and slaughterhouses where they’re killed.

Coral Anderson, BatehavenGovernor General not neededDid I hear correctly – is our Governor General in Paris for Bastille Day ?

I do hope someone told our royal representative he is helping celebrate the removal of the French royals by the French people because they were aloof, spoilt, useless and expensive. Oh the irony !

I really don’t want my taxes paying for this first class five star junket for the Governor Generaland his entourage.

Note to Prime Minister- the GovernorGeneral is a good man in a bad job. Pity he is not here doing that job of swearing in our latest parliament .

In 21stcentury Australia it’s time for that expensive and useless job to be made redundant.

Gary Smith, MoruyaQuestions answeredWhile I am not the person to whom Dan Field directed his questions in his letter of July 8, I believe I can answer them.

Local councillors voted to support huntingin the local area when they voted to extend the licence for the Narooma Huntfest.

The Huntfest promotes and supports both gun proliferation and the use of guns for no reason save the pleasure of killing things (ie recreational hunting).

Sadly, the Coast and Nature Narooma Festival, which, may well have created up to 47 jobs, netted regional benefit of around $4m, with a direct effect being $2.0m, comprising $1.2m from overnight staying visitors and $0.8m from local residents, and could have had 3500 visitors to it first event, did not go ahead because the council voted instead to allowHuntfest an event licence.

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