Herald ignores silent majority

ONE OF us (Beth) was present at a well-attended meeting convened by the shire on June 12.

A number of prominent citizens deplored the prominence given in The Herald to the negative views of our shire held by a disaffected minority.

The dissemination of these views was seen to be bad for business.

Tourists can be put off by the perception of an unhappy and divided town.

By definition the opinions of the silent majority are not presented in The Herald.

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Bob and Beth Frayne
Toodyay