Patricia S Sju

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Daily Telegraph

Paper not delivered on Sunday 26/11/2023.Also often thrown on neighbours drive or in the ditch in front of my house ,which, after rain means the paper is unreadable. Patrica Stanford.
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Anonymous
map-marker Brisbane, Queensland

Substandard printing.

I paid $2.80 for daily telegraph dated 05/09/23,the print on some pages was shocking couldnt read the race fields.Not happy about paying for something that I could not completely read.
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Faye C Xth

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| map-marker Sydney, New South Wales

Several missed papers on the weekends

Ever since the delivery of the Daily Telegraph on the weekend changed hands last September, there has been nothing but trouble, in missed papers on the weekend and the delivery (when it happens) up the top of my unit in between the property next door, not to my door, or even outside my unit!!
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User's recommendation: Just hope that anyone else that uses the Daily Telegraph gets their delivery OK!!

Anonymous
map-marker Sydney, New South Wales

No Problem but sorry te hear they cancelled my Subscripyion which I did not authorise?

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Their was two lots of $28 Taking out which my bank has refunded after I explained to bank what had happened. That matter has been attended to.
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Lesa R Zas

To cancel my subscription

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I just want to cancel my online news. I have been asked several times for my password which is really inconvenient as I can never find it. I do not want my subscription to be renewed in August. My telephone number is 0777174****. Regards, L Roll
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Loss:
$90
Cons:
  • To many requests for password just to see the news

Preferred solution: Full refund

User's recommendation: Don’t have the online news unless you are happy to keep accessing your password.

Anonymous
map-marker Sydney, New South Wales

Kids that are not allowed to play club football.

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I am writing to the Daily Telegraph as a concerned parent after being told that my son cannot play club football.

Last year my son played in the Canterbury/Bankstown district for a local club and made it through to the Grand finals. This year we had returned to the same club only to be told that my son could no longer play because he represent the Manly Sea Eagles in Harold Mathews, after not being selected for the Canterbury Harold Mathews Squad.

As you can imagine my son was devastated!

So I told him not to worry, will go play in the parramatta comp instead. Upon registering my son on the NRL app we where told he needed clearance first from Canterbury before he could register in a certain team in the parramatta comp. We waited 8 days and no reply from Canterbury. So I decided to ring around to gather contact numbers of any officials or Canterbury Management.

Finally after many days of calling around with a lot of knock backs, I was lucky enough to have found the instagater otherwise known as Mr Barry Hall the gentleman from Canterbury Club who would not give clearance to my son to play football for a local club only because he was chosen to play for The Manly Sea Eagles, but also that my son would not be able to play in the Parramatta district because the two districts have now formed an agreement that if any child is to play representative football outside there local area then they will have to go look for club within that zone. So basically because my son played representative football for manly, he would have to play in a local club in the manly district instead.

As a parent I am so disgusted and appalled that these clubs can actually get away playing politics with our children.

I am sure this is against the law, stop kids from playing sports to give them every chance in life to succeed and develop there goals, and especially for there own local club. I am also sure that there are many parents in the same situation but are afraid to speak out!

Something needs to be done!!

I kindly ask Daily Telegraph to help our children from this Monstrosity!

Regards, Jake.

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