Tributes for Malakhai

Warwick Daily News - - OPINION -

AF­TER a hard-fought bat­tle with a rare and in­cur­able dis­ease, his fam­ily say good­bye to Malakhai: So sad, think­ing of all his fam­ily at this very sad time. May he Rest in Peace.

Kathy Moses

So sad, think­ing of his fam­ily.

Geraldine Weier

Rest in Par­adise lit­tle man.

Am­ber Brandy Den­ni­son

Bless you all.

Melinda Bar­ling

RIP lit­tle man.

Kaela Free­man

Lots of love.

Lyn Ann Locke

RES­I­DENTS were shocked by the sud­den clo­sure of Noo­dle Hut on Palmerin St:

More shops close than open it seems.

Ray Black

An­other one gone.

Karen Moore Oh no. We will just have to go to Korean Ja­panese in­stead.

Kate Har­ri­son Santo

CON­STRUC­TION started on a new store in Grafton St and peo­ple had their thoughts on the new ad­ven­ture: This will be good. A bit of healthy com­pe­ti­tion.

Luke Costello Need more stores of sub­stance for here.

Danielle Rich­mond

DIS­POS­ABLE nap­pies for lambs brings a whole new mean­ing to drought re­lief: Look what Lamb Jumpers with love sent my 44 lambs.

So grate­ful for all those think­ing of our ba­bies.

It's so much more than a dona­tion, it's a lift­ing feel­ing to know oth­ers care enough to help us out.

Jac­qui Davidge

Cute.

Gayle Or­dor­ica

DAVID Littleproud apol­o­gises for po­lit­i­cal cir­cus: Well said. About time some­one spoke up.

Lewis von Stieglitz

A MON­STER squid which washed up on a pop­u­lar beach is caus­ing waves for its freak­ish ap­pear­ance:

Wow, that is a big squid.

Gayle Or­dor­ica

Omg.

Daphne Green

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