Stanthorpe Border Post - - NEWS | YOUR SAY -

AF­TER a sto­ried and suc­cess­ful doc­tor­ing ca­reer and a life­time of mem­o­ries, Gre­gory Yap has de­parted Stanthorpe.

IT IS sad to see Dr Yap go, he was my first Dr when I moved to Stanthorpe and what a cheeky man he was, al­ways made me feel bet­ter when I had to see him, he took all the ner­vous­ness away, good luck and stay safe Dr Yap and Ann. — Lyn Collins

HE was the best Dr Stanthorpe ever had, in the days he was prac­tis­ing and af­ter he never for­got me and said hello to me ev­ery time he saw me in the street. He was kind and gen­tle and I for one still miss his fin­gers on my wrist to take my pulse and his com­plete con­cen­tra­tion on what I had to say. Dr Yap lis­tened to ev­ery­thing I said to him and helped me through some very try­ing times. Thank you Dr Greg Yap you are the best. have a happy life. — Carol New­lyn

DR Yap was truly the best and he would give ba­nana lol­lies. Wish him all the best on his next ad­ven­ture with his daugh­ter. — Emily Konowal

AF­TER the Cham­ber of Com­merce has been knocked back by South­ern Downs Re­gional Coun­cil for 14 months, they’re wel­com­ing the news coun­cil will now sup­port RV friendly sta­tus.

THIS is a great move by Stanthorpe. We have re­cently re­turned from tour­ing this great coun­try, 50,000km, and I can hon­estly say that if towns don’t have the fa­cil­i­ties men­tioned the grey nomads will drive on past. Some say that we are cheap etc, well we are on a tight bud­get and with the cost of fuel, it is very tight. Even if it is a fuel top up, a few gro­ceries, and a feed it can amount to $200 very quickly. All very im­por­tant to the econ­omy. Note the small towns in Vic­to­ria that are get­ting in­volved in the silo art­work. That has saved some small towns from ex­tinc­tion sim­ply by paint­ing their si­los, putting in a few free camp spots and a tap nearby. — Al­fro­moz333

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