Letters to the editor
Recently the Green Waste people have stopped accepting lawn clippings. We now have to take them to the tip.
In days gone by they would have been clapped in irons and then made to scrub the decks.
In his opinion piece on coastal shipping conveying rail freight Rod Grout pontificates from his air-conditioned comfy chair about rail ferries.
For the sake of historical accuracy, permit me to make a correction to this "developing", yet fascinating, fishy narrative.
My mother used to give my brother and I a spoonful of sulphur with treacle most days.
The forthcoming contest for the electorate of Kaikoura is essentially in the hands of whoever selects the next National Party candidate
There have been many criticisms from people who feel they been dealt a lousy shot by the boys in blue.
... out of the corner of his eye, he saw a monster of an eel.... at least 3m long and as round as a power pole
I hear on the grapevine - and it's unbelievable considering their last effort - that we are to reinstate our previous contractors.
Denis Waters expresses concern about the recent removal of an oak tree from the Picton foreshore This was not vandalism.
Our built environment has been developed around the motor car. So it is difficult to go cold turkey and personally give up driving.
I was astonished when I saw the remains of the tree while attending the meeting about the draft plan
What a mindless act of destruction I noticed on Sunday morning driving down Scott St.
I seem to recall that the editor is a crossword fan like myself; so how come he has reduced the size of the crossword in the Saturday Express this week?
I exhort all ratepayers to obtain a copy of the Draft Picton Foreshore Management Plan, read it and attend the next meeting on the foreshore
I write about the letter "Sounds' witch broth". This style of letter is quite fanatical
Mike (Parry) and his wife Sue were among the many people helping with the Hutcheson St cleanup last week
The Express highlights what is so wrong with the way we manage the marine environment
John Leader [letters, Express, October 14] makes several incorrect claims about farmed salmon - Grant Rosewarne