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The world price of oil has dropped dramatically and this is reflected in the prices we pay at the petrol stations.Perhaps not all the reduction is passed on, but better than nothing.The world price of dairy products has dropped by approximately 50 per...

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The Weekend Sun wishes all letter writers and reads a very Merry Christmas! And don't worry, you can still send in your letters during the festive break. Email: letters@thesun.co.nz

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It would seem there are three basic skills required of cricket bowlers; line, length and pace. When I was a lad we heard of bowlers practising by placing a six-penny bit at the batting end of the pitch and seeing how often they could hit it.Daniel Vettori...

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Less than three months since the 2014 General Election, and it's official the rich are getting richer and the poor are getting poorer.I wonder if those working in aged care, health care, those affected by the Fonterra's payout forecast, those...

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We are so often misled by the barons of Fonterra when they claim “We have to charge New Zealanders the same prices for dairy products that we are paid by our foreign buyers”.Well now, not wanting to attack farmers who are going to suffer with...

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It is that busy time of the year when people start decorating the Christmas tree, send out Christmas cards, watch the Santa Parade, plan special meals and buy presents.It seems to be a stressful time for many, having to spend a lot more money they sometimes...

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Re: ‘Tough and refined' article by Jim Bunny (The Sun, December 5).I just wanted to let Jim know that there are others who knew Daisy very well.She did have an opportunity to walk the boardwalk and I recall how very “chuffed' she...

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I do not have a computer (except the one I was born with), which sometimes gives me quite enough trouble, without adding a man-made one.As a result, it seems that because I choose to write the old proper type letters, the people that receive them have...

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There's a lot of talk of ‘children living in poverty' these days.And it's interesting to read and hear how we choose to understand poverty. And we're all different.As someone who has been fortunate to see a bit of the planet,...

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The amalgamation debate is heating up following the decision by the Local Government Commission that the Wellington councils can decide on amalgamating.Be very afraid Tauranga residents, as it seems we're being led down a similar road with what...

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