LETTER TO THE EDITOR: I BELIEVE the majority of Australians are unaware of the danger of multiculturalism.
MR Pomery's letter (Naracoorte Herald, March 19) correctly describes Islam as a religious/political movement however in most cases the political aspect is overlooked.
I WOULD suggest to your correspondent of last week ("Multiculturalism Kills Harmony") that multiculturalism only kills harmony when accompanied by intolerance.
AS a long-time participator in cricket within this association, I was appalled by the decision of the Naracoorte Cricket Association to play cricket on Saturday, February 21.
LETTER TO THE EDITOR: I REFER to Ken Grundy's letter published on March 6, 2015.
RUTH THOMPSON, Naracoorte. LETTER TO THE EDITOR: I AM writing to express my concern, and the concern of others I have spoken to, regarding the condition and suitability of the Naracoorte Public Library.
I AM disappointed to read Arnold Jago's letter to the editor dated January 15, 2015.
I HAVE worked with many others for years across SA to help remove the stigma of suicide and make the issue part of everyday conversation in our community.
IN response to your letter last week Arnold Jago, most of us understand and "believe" in art and humour, but obviously you don't.
ROB ENGLAND AS A deputy group officer for the Lacepede CFS Group, and an incident controller, I would like to thank all the personnel - men and women - who attended, supplied equipment, and assisted in the control of the recent Wimpinmerrit fire.
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