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