WHERE AM I FROM?
To know where you came from is a natural desire for most people so it is understandable Tracey Cappetti wants to find her biological father, whatever the reasons her mother has for keeping his identity a secret. Though it is possible her dad is not aware he fathered a child. As she says it is important for her to at least have a photo of him for her own children.
It is now the time our little blue penguin male population have to build their nests on Caroline Bay. We hope all dog owners will keep their pets under control and members of the public allow the wee birds the privacy they need to feel secure in their new homes. it is a wonderful spectacle to see the penguins totter up the beach after a day’s fishing as they return to their nests at dusk.
Young Timaru author Rachel Wilson has just launched her first novel, Voiceless. She describes it as non-typical science fiction without any love triangles. After all the work that goes into writing such a story it is gratifying to hear she sold 40 copies of the book at the launch.
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