Place of kindness
What a great community story to read your front page article in the July 24 edition about tetraplegic Amanda Lowry.
Stepping Stones has been a place of kindness and good-heartedness for at least 15 years as we can vouch for.
Fifteen years ago when our twins were born, the then owner/manager required no fees for the last day our eldest son spent with them when I was otherwise occupied at National Women’s.
This was a simple act of generosity to a young family, not asked for but much appreciated.
We contacted Stepping Stones to make a donation to the Amanda Lowry appeal to try to pay forward the kindness of a community business and service.
Thank you for the article.
I suggest that the Ash St/ Rosebank Rd intersection in Avondale needs to be high on the list.
It is important to keep this arterial route accident-free to keep traffic flowing and improve safety.
Plane nuisance: Angry residents have raised questions about Auckland Airport’s proposed flight path changes.