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Veron­ica Bal­samello: A big thumbs up to ev­ery­one who has sup­ported my busi­ness You Love’m We Scrub’m groom­ing sa­lon over the last few years. This year we have also started up a jump­ing cas­tle hire so a very busy year ahead for us. Find us on Face­book Grafton Jump­ing Cas­tle Hire very af­ford­able and a lot of fun. Melissa Mor­ris: Thumbs down to the cranky narks in Barel­lan Ave, Yamba, who thought they’d abuse the kids be­long­ing to my fam­ily when they were do­ing no harm play­ing a lit­tle street cricket. Thumbs up to good Aussie kids play­ing street cricket be­ing well-be­haved. Phil P K Kennedy: Thumbs up to Tim and the crew at the Daily Ex­am­iner for do­ing the story on Wanda and my­self. Great job. Margie Clarke: Thumbs down to the young kids go­ing around on their scoot­ers. I was driv­ing slowly in Aldi’s car park, al­most hit them. When I tooted my horn the lan­guage out of their mouth is shock­ing. If I had hit one of them, I’d be the worst ever. Brad Ensby: Thumbs down to the green 4x4 that nearly hit me on pedes­trian cross­ing near clock tower. Looked straight at me and couldn’t give 2 F’s. I had to stop walk­ing across so I wouldn’t be hit. Sue Rob­son: Big thumbs down to “who­ever” has been throw­ing the shop­ping trol­leys into the wa­ter near the pier at the end of Price St, 5 last week, you are clowns & also to who­ever smashed the win­dows at the old ex-bowls club AGAIN .... GROW UP !!!!!!!! Liz Mercy-Bushell: Thumbs down to a car with Qld num­ber plates who de­cided to drive down Cen­te­nary Dr in Ma­clean yes­ter­day the op­po­site way (it is a one-way street). Pa­tri­cia Mac­Far­lane:

Def­i­nitely thumbs down to the ab­so­lute scum­bags that nailed the koala to the post. I hope they are caught and thrown into jail for a very long time. Bek Raven: Thumbs up to the Grafton po­lice for pa­trolling Old Li­ly­pool rd to­day!!! Nice to see you out here! Melissa West: Thumbs up to the Bun­nings staff, hav­ing to work in the ex­treme heat! It was like an oven in the store. Dell Chris­tensen: Thumbs up to Vicki, Ray and all at our baby’s dr. They are the most car­ing and com­pas­sion­ate peo­ple, our baby toot­sie, will be so missed, and also thumbs up to two peo­ple on Satur­day, who helped us through a bloody aw­ful day. Nicki and Guy, we are so grate­ful for you all. Peggy Lee: Thumbs up to Grafton Po­lice, if a 6pm cur­few could be put on all Clarence. Be won­der­ful and a lot more crime-free place to live. The abuse, etc, that goes on from un­der 18 yr olds is ridicu­lous. They all should be home by 6pm, not on the streets. Sa­man­tha Win­ters-De­laforce: Thumbs down to the amount of peo­ple rid­ing around town without hel­mets on. Julie White: Thumbs up to the tal­ented young mu­si­cians en­ter­tain­ing all at The Naked Bean. Danna-Lee Fal­lon: Thumbs down to the pot­holes be­hind the Grafton life­style cen­tre over south that have been there for months. Tara Mad­den: Thumbs down to the lack of de­cent parks in South for small chil­dren.

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