I write as a member of staff in the Royal Belfast Hospital for Sick Children (RBHSC) to question the wisdom of your front-page article and Editor's Viewpoint (May 14), which appear to amount to a witch-hunt, as I can see no benefit to anyone of such "investigative journalism".
IMAGINE growing up in your own home city and not being able to use your native language at the post office or when you visit the dentist or doctor. Imagine having to rely on a family member to translate for you, even when in hospital. This is the language discrimination suffered by our deaf community.
If the committee for the commemoration of the civil rights movement is concerned about endowing a better understanding, as stated by Dr Sean Byers (Write Back, January 9), then it should emphasise that the issue was not - and should not have become - sectarian, as it did. What went wrong?
As we begin another new year, we hope for health and prosperity and that those dear to us will enjoy a happy and safe 2018. Sadly, for millions of people around the globe, their basic survival, rather than happiness, is the immediate priority for the next 12 months.
As a resident of Crossgar who voted at the last council and Assembly elections for councillor Patrick Brown, I am somewhat bemused, puzzled, annoyed and confused as to how an Alliance councillor can actually be elected in my council district when he has an address in Belfast as his residence.
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