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Commenting on the story: On integrity, the Marshall Govt has more than broken its promise

Thank you. This is why we read InDaily. Unfortunately, this isn’t just a state problem. Our national ‘leader’ thinks anything like ICAC is a ‘kangaroo court’ when such bodies suggest members of his party, like the previous Premier of NSW, might not have acted appropriately.

Don’t Australian politicians, federal or state, understand that voters want people we can trust and believe? – Nathalie Wooldridge

Commenting on the story: Richardson: Chapman’s self-inflicted death by a thousand cuts

Outstanding analysis and explanation of the farce that the Liberal Government have spectacularly created for  themselves. – Graham Wood

Commenting on the sponsored story: Head of the class

I think the idea is absolutely brilliant! However, why only or mainly for business studies? For example, if a student wants to become a radiologist or get into a different career, why not open similar doors or explore those avenues and create programs that offer them the same opportunities?

That way, they can still study, start early, and do something great for the regional area where they live once they complete uni. – Sofia Dias

Commenting on the story: Festival of Orchestra review: Classic Spectacular

I was fortunate to be at FOFO and loved every second. The night was slightly cool, definitely not cold, and the sky as the sun went down really set the scene.

Guy Noble was an excellent MC, and as a conductor the orchestra obviously enjoyed working with him. The orchestra was fantastic and the camera work really showed it off to best effect. Rhapsody in Blue was heaven to listen to and also to watch, and the Russian pianist, Konstantin Shamray’s  laughing comment about the ‘General Secretary’s Office’ set the scene for an exciting performance.

The second half was equally exciting. The ‘1812’ was spectacular and noisy, and I laughed at the comment over the PA to please be considerate of the neighbours as we left. I am sure they would have all been wide awake.

If every other concert is half as good it will be a week to remember. – Rosemary Miller

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