The Coffs Coast Advocate - - NEWS -

TO the per­son who owns a white and grey cat in the Korora area. This cat has been seen eat­ing na­tive birds. Sadly, the res­i­dent satin bird has his bower be­side a drive­way. I found what was left of his body. This re­ally hurt. Please keep your cat in­side. Jean Hamey AS a lo­cal who takes im­mense pride in the beau­ti­ful city of Coffs Har­bour I’m con­stantly an­gered by the con­tin­u­ous graf­fiti lit­ter­ing in our city. By the look of the tags there are a few artists, van­dals, who re­peat­edly come out un­der the cover of dark and spray their ‘art’. Enough is enough. We need to get tough and bring in laws whereby once caught the pun­ish­ment is to clean up all other graf­fiti in the city for 12 months. D Horne TO a res­i­dent in Sap­phire who scoops his own dog drop­pings from his back­yard and car­ries them across the road to the pub­lic re­serve and dumps them. Dis­grace­ful be­hav­iour. Fel­low res­i­dent TO the V8 owner who in­sists on wash­ing and pol­ish­ing his car then mind­lessly revving the ve­hi­cle in his drive­way for an hour ev­ery week­end. Fair go pal. A Reeves TO the great work be­ing done by the po­lit­i­cans push­ing for the clo­sure of the Lid­dell Power Sta­tion. It should be con­verted to steam driven re­new­able en­ergy or per­haps even a smaller nu­clear power plant. Mark John­son TO the new ad­di­tion of the shade sails in the CBD. It is great to see new fea­tures added to the city cen­tre to en­cour­age vis­i­tors into sup­port lo­cal busi­nesses. Well done to the coun­cil for the mas­sive works to do up the Jetty Fore­shores as well. It is look­ing good and will be widely talked about by many vis­i­tors come Christ­mas time. Deb­bie Valery KAY Joseph at Er­gofix! This woman is amaz­ing! She is a chil­dren’s physio and has been help­ing my son and in just three weeks with her help we have had huge im­prove­ment. Cassie Geluk TO Mull­away Pri­mary School teach­ers for all their hard work in mak­ing the kids’ Dis­ney mu­si­cal pro­duc­tion “The Heart of Mull­away” so fan­tas­tic. Shantell Acebedo TO Wayne Gibb from Gib­bos Pies. Al­ways does a great job with cakes. Keisha Tomp­kins TO Tom Borg for his self­less do­na­tion to help a stranger’s dog. Toni Hawkins TO who­ever is in charge of the traf­fic lights on the high­way at Bun­nings in­ter­sec­tion. The tim­ing for th­ese lights is atro­cious. At night if you head south and want to turn right the red ar­row stays on for up to five min­utes be­fore changing to green even though there is no other traf­fic. Peter Davis TO Raleigh Pub­lic School for their win­ning sculp­ture at Urunga’s Sculp­ture in the Park. Da Ni Elle HOL­I­DAYS in France for the first time, thumbs up to French wine, thumbs down to French beer. Phil Fraser TO Cun­ning­ham’s Big Bunch, for do­nat­ing a large num­ber of de­li­cious ba­nanas to the 60 mu­si­cians from four lo­cal pri­mary schools, for their all-day work­shops and two con­certs with the Coffs Har­bour City Orches­tra last month. Fuel for a tri­umph! And to the big au­di­ence, in­clud­ing Mayor Denise Knight, who squeezed into St Au­gus­tine’s Hall to hear the evening con­cert, and were bowled over by what they heard. David Fayle TO the lovely staff at the Hid­den Link cafe at Toormina. Their ser­vice, their staff and food and the way they treated us to­day for my Aunty’s birth­day was ex­cel­lent. Highly rec­om­mend it to any­one who wants top ser­vice and food. Thank you. Melissa De­laney TO the Com­mu­nity Gar­den on Bruce King Drive. It is such a great idea for peo­ple who aren’t able to – for what­ever rea­son – have one in their own back­yard. Shar­nay Lea


THUMBS UP: To the Jetty De­vel­op­ment start­ing to look great - Craig Web­ber.

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