Gregory Clark, Woodend
Our PM says to hold an audit of citizenship would be denying the presumption of innocence and it would cost too much. Yet when I try to open a bank account or obtain a passport I have to provide 100 points of identification.
Glenn Braybrook, Castlemaine
With the demise of Tonks Bros, I thought I should share this great story that was told to me by an old miner from Chewton who at the time I was told this story, about 1983, was in his 80s.
Ian Braybrook, Castlemaine
It's clear that any person with even a whiff of citizenship of a foreign land cannot serve as a politician in our Parliament. And yet the person with the ultimate political power of Australia is unmistakably British - and doesn't even live in this country.
Louise Whitefield, Gisborne
In response to your article October 24 ('We are NOT Melbourne - VCAT agrees') I am delighted to hear VCAT rejected this "too large bulky appearance, dominant, austere and institutional like design" as totally inappropriate for the context within which it was to sit.
Huntly Barton, Kyneton
It was remiss of me not to mention in last week's letter that Cobaw is a great asset to Kyneton and the Macedon Ranges communities. I hope they can find land that fulfils their requirements, but not at the expense of the town square.