I'M pretty sure that the head of the North Korean Royal family isn't mad.
I HAD a good laugh at the letter from Revesby's Phillip Dwyer's (Have a say, July 12) that there is only a "perception of overdevelopment in our suburbs under the Liberals".
WE know that many people with chronic pain believe that the existing system is woefully inadequate when it comes to treating their pain, so we want to hear from your readers – what's working, what isn't working, and what do you think would be a better way to manage chronic pain in Australia? National Pain Week (July 24–30) aims to destigmatise the experiences of people living with chronic pain and to raise awareness.
JUST like many others, I'm bracing for the shock of my next electricity bill as reports circulate that households will be forced to pay up to $400 a year more because of a 50 per cent increase in the wholesale electricity price.
THE Liberals are in absolute turmoil over the party's leadership battles.
THE statistics regarding mental health in Australia are both startling and unacceptable.
ON behalf of Cancer Council NSW, I would like to thank the community of Greater Western Sydney and the Blue Mountains for supporting the 24th edition of Australia's Biggest Morning Tea.
RE-ANNOUNCEMENT after re-announcement after re-announcement after re-announcement, but still no promised lifts at Panania train station.
I WRITE in response to the letter by L Harris of Panania in the Torch (July 5) which seems to place all the blame for perceived overdevelopment at the feet of the Liberal Party.
NAIDOC Week runs from July 2-9 and has the theme "Our Language Matters".