The Tribune (NZ) - - CONVERSATIONS -

A big thank you to the un­known Christ­mas fairy who left a box of choco­lates and a thought­ful Christ­mas card for the vol­un­teers at the Red Cross Book Shop in Main Street.

The choco­lates were most wel­come as the Red Cross elves are very busy at the mo­ment with lots of peo­ple shop­ping for Christ­mas pre­sents. So many lovely books. Christ­mas, not just about fam­ily but also about the thought­ful­ness of strangers.

Jill Spicer, Palmer­ston North


I amwrit­ing to let you know, that in 2016, Red Nose Fam­ily Fun Day has raised a won­der­ful $14,629.78 for Cure Kids.

I would like to ex­tend a big ‘thank you’ to you and the team for help­ing us achieve such a won­der­ful re­sult for our fundrais­ing for Cure Kids by cov­er­ing our events in The Tri­bune. I would like to wish you and ev­ery­one who is in­volved with The Tri­bune a very Merry Christ­mas. Lau­rel Wini­ata, Palmer­ston North


Has any­one in­formed the Palmer­ston North City Coun­cil about how em­bar­rass­ing Broad­way is? What must the im­pres­sion be to our visi­tors on grad­u­a­tion day cer­e­monies along a drab walk from the Re­gent on Broad­way to The Square? Fix Broad­way firstly.

Peter May, Palmer­ston North


Re­cently, while sit­ting wait­ing in my power wheel­chair at the door of Sub­way on the cor­ner of Broad­way and Princess St for some­one to open the doors, I was greeted by a guy who had ob­served me wait­ing while he was

Par­tic­i­pants on the the Cure Kids Red Nose Red Walk at Ash­hurst Do­main and along the Manawatu River Walk­way in Au­gust this year.

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