Letters to the editor

Letters to the editor

The Marlborough Express

A mixed bag of views on a wide range of issues in today's letters to the editor.

Letters to the editor

The Marlborough Express

More correspondence from Express readers on local and national talking points.

Letters to the editor

Education and tourism are up for discussion in today's letters to the editor.

Letters to the editor

The environment, the election and education are among the talking points in today's letters to the editor.

Letters to the editor

With the election looming, political points of view dominate the discussion in today's letters to the editor.

Letters to the editor

Letters from Express readers on the economy, wine industry and gender equality.

Letters to the editor

The Marlborough Express

Flight delays and foreshore parking are up for discussion in today's letters to the editor.

Letters to the editor

Marlborough

Correspondence from Express readers on sugar, 1080 and other major talking points.

Letters to the editor

More of your correspondence on major talking points in Blenheim and beyond.

Letters to the editor

Climate change and pest control are up for discussion in today's letters to the editor.

Letters to the editor

The Marlborough Express

More correspondence from Express readers on local and national talking points.

Letters to the editor

Letters from Express readers on supermarket theft and Dirty Politics,

Letters to the editor

The Marlborough Express

Letters on litter the election in today's batch of correspondence.

Letters to the editor

Correspondence from Express readers on health, the economy and renewable energy.

Letters to the editor

Express readers share opposing views on rugby and fishing in today's letters to the editor.

Letters to the editor

The death of democracy, bouquets for young entertainers and more in today's batch of letters to the editor.

Letters to the editor

More correspondence from Express readers on local and national hot topics.

Letters to the editor

More of your correspondence on a range of local and national talking points.

Letters to the editor

A mixed bag of correspondence on a range of local and national talking points in Wednesday's letters to the editor.

Letters to the editor

The Marlborough Express

Bus shelter queries for council and outrage over the Lochinver Station deal in today's letters to the editor.

Letters to the editor

Both sides of the fluoride debate and fears over kerbside recycling are on the agenda in today's batch of letters to the editor.

Letters to the editor

Farm sales and fishing are up for discussion in today's letters to the editor.

Letters to the editor

Slot rule silliness and praise for Nigel Latta in today's letters to the editor.

Letters to the editor

The Marlborough Express

Frustrated fisherman and bus shelter brickbats are just two of the topics up for discussion in a bumper batch of letters to the editor.

Letters to the editor

Recycling and conservation are the topics of discussion in today's batch of letters to the editor.

Letters to the editor

Correspondence on fishing frustrations and Port Marlborough spending in today's batch of letters to the editor.

Letters to the editor

More of your correspondence on local and national talking points.

Letters to the editor

Marlborough

More correspondence from Express readers on local and national talking points.

Letters to the editor

Marlborough

More of your correspondence on local and national talking points.

Letters to the editor

The Marlborough Express

Political points and a bouquet for ballet in today's batch of letters to the editor.

Letters to the editor

Computer generic

Poor sportsmanship, fishing debate and a shelter that fails to deliver in today's letters to the editor.

Letters to the editor

Correspondence on local and national issues from Express readers.

Letters to the editor

The blue cod debate and yuletide greetings feature in today's letters to the editor.

Letters to the editor

The Marlborough Express

Drinking habits, party politics and thanks for the police in today's batch of letters to the editor.

Letters to the editor

Blue cod rules and a Department of Conservation whitewash are on the agenda in today's letters to the editor.

Letters to the editor

Hospital staff's responsibilities and a mercenary merger by Mana are up for discussion in today's letters to the editor.

Letters to the editor

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The Marlborough Express

OPINION: Buying a first home and the difficulty of co-ordinating events in Marlborough are on the agenda in today's letters to the editor.

Letters to the editor

Noise complaints and duck hunting are up for discussion in today's letter to the editor.

Letters to the editor

Aquaculture, electoral reform and orchestral delights are on the agenda in today's Letters to the Editor.

Letters to the Editor

Pyjamas

Marlborough

OPINION: Fussy women's fashion, a grateful tourist, climate change and a 7m-high 'monstrosity' all feature in today's Letters to the Editor.

Letters : Nature's calendar

Last October two Jehovah's Witnesses came a-calling, unannounced, as always. I did, though, down tools and give them the time of day

Letters : RSA grateful

On behalf of the Kaikoura Returned and Services I would like to sincerely thank Kaikoura people for their most generous support of our poppy day welfare appeal.

Letters : No evidence

"Salmon plant could be set up in Picton" - "Could", "might", "maybe" - all words meaning the same thing: nothing.

Letters : ‘Renewal' an exodus

Janette Walker

How many National MPs have jumped ship or, better yet, walked the plank? That's right, 15 last count.

Letters : Appalling treatment

As a niece of the late Dame Whina Cooper I am appalled at how the Omaka Marae committee has approved the eviction of Mr and Mrs Cuniffe.

Veterans

Many times I've heard before,

Leaves on Anzac Day

The leaves are hurrying before me trying to get away from the blowing wind.

Kaikoura letters : Cruel fun repels

We returned to Kaikoura and went looking for a real estate agent to find out about your properties available.

Letters : Accident waiting

I am very concerned about trees bordering our roads, especially SH1.

Letters : Wrong priorities

On the morning of April 11 I found myself blessed to be driving a 4WD ute.

Letters : Ferry's a lemon

Stena Alegra

The Aratere has turned out to be a lemon. The Stena Alegra would seem to have the same possibility

Letters : Micro-chip dogs

Our view is, no matter what discomfort the dogs suffer, we must make them wear muzzles and leashes.

Letters : GrapeRide roads

graperide

Biggest letdown? Three stretches of newly sealed roads - north of Spring Creek and on Queen Charlotte Drive

Letters : Please be royal too

Paparazzi

On the eve of a royal visit, can I please ask that you (we) all play the game properly

Letters : What's the story

Once again, the council employs an outside company, this time to write the "Marlborough Story".

Letters : Snapper changes

Snapper

Once again big fishing commercial companies win

Letters : River protection

It is good to hear that the freshwater advocate as part of a national "check, clean, dry" education programme is on the job.

Kaikoura letters

An awesome day

Letters : Psychopathic Noah

noah

The new movie Noah has attracted much attention.

Letters : Scallop quota

Just what is Primary Industries Minister Nathan Guy up to?

Letters : Rules for one

Rules for one

Letters : Salute to Corolla

Salute to Corolla

Letters : Thinner phone book

Phone book

We have just received the new Marlborough phone book. After 14 years, we have suddenly disappeared.

Letters : Kind honesty

Kind honesty

Letters : TPP puts health at risk

Trans Pacific Partnership negotiations happening overseas have the potential to affect quality health care

Letters : Changes needed

The council is proposing to increase the area of the recycle collection in Marlborough. I think this is a good idea.

Letters : Protect the resource

The demand by Peter Talley that recreational scalloping should be banned from Tasman and Golden bays is absurd

Letters : Unprotected sharks

Shark

Recent TV programmes on the practise of shark finning highlight this dreadful and cruel practise in New Zealand waters.

Letters : Scallop dredging

I reckon your editorial was pretty bang on

Letters : Whoopie for a tree

Councillor Arbuckle says a rise in rates could result in the return of the Christmas tree.

Letters: Festival big success

Over the past nine years the Marlborough Migrant Centre has been behind the highly successful annual Multicultural Festival.

Letters : Forgotten promises

The Express of February 28 reports that the Marlborough District Council is in favour of reneging on previous commitments

kaikoura letters : Protesters a minority

Roger Jenkins is absolutely right in his comments regarding the anti drilling protesters

Letters : Tooth decay

I take issue with Dr Rob Beaglehold's social engineering stance

Letters: So cool

John Marris

Isn't it fantastic that a UK company has given a donation to our hospice in memory of John Marris. That is so cool.

Letters : It may be too late

The Psychoactive Substances Act ensures that the onus is on the manufacturers to prove that they are not harmful.

Letters : Rat explosion

Well crikey, DOC thinks we're going to be overrun with rats and mice

Letters : Swim turns scary

Swimming

'I was a bit shocked by the aggressiveness and the swearing. It escalated to a verbal assault on me.'

Letters: Bangs in the night

The Marlborough District Council have just put up banners in Seddon stating "Utterly Awesome Awatere".

Letters : Problems with colour palette

I find it surprising that the council should state there is "support for the colour palette".

Letters : Seddon performance

What a pleasure it is to thank Peter Yealands and the Marlborough District Brass Band

Letters: Road needs work

letter to editor

Road needs work

Letters : Fate of trees

claret ash leaf

They planted claret ash in Picton, which will spread their roots under the pavements and roads

Letters : Oil is necessary

As a motelier in Kaikoura, I find all the anti-drilling reporting a bit disturbing.

Letters : Wine brand sold out

Marlborough sauvignon blanc is selling for $4.70 a bottle in West Australia

Letters : Stop the denigration

Wairata Te One One

Stop the denigration

Letters : Make it cheaper

My wife needed to get to Christchurch for an MRI scan and the return fare, ex Blenheim for two, was over $1000

Letters : Life and death

humpback whale

Kaikoura is celebrating Whales Live while Picton, on the other hand, will be glorifying their slaughter with the new wing at the museum

Letters : Ferry options

I feel I must take issue with your editorial "Sinking credibility" (Express, January 23)

Letters : Staff photo

Foreshore folly

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