THUMBS UP & DOWN

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Thumbs up

■ To the won­der­ful peo­ple at Ma­maku Blue Cafe´ who have pro­vided morn­ing tea for many vol­un­teer or­gan­i­sa­tions. Thank you for your kind­ness. The blue­berry muffins were de­li­cious.

■ To Ian and Karen from Events and En­ter­tain­ment who kindly stopped and changed an el­derly lady’s tyre ear­lier this month af­ter she came to grief on a round­about.

■ To my sis­ter who chased four boys that stole a bike from her place, waved a car down and tracked them to Ali­son St Park and got the bike back.

■ To all the amaz­ing Ro­torua Bike Fes­ti­val pho­tos up on Face­book. It’s great to see so many peo­ple hav­ing such a good time while get­ting ac­tive.

■ To how happy and cheer­ful peo­ple were over the Labour Week­end. It’s amaz­ing what some great weather can do.

Thumbs down

■ To the driver who, while wait­ing at the Amo­hau/ra­nolf lights on Tues­day morn­ing, dropped a bag of rub­bish out of his win­dow and on to the road. Shame on them.

■ To all the chil­dren who lie on the Ha­mu­rana Bridge when cars are com­ing, and abus­ing cars as they are driv­ing past.

■ To the four boys who stole a bike from my sis­ter’s dur­ing the day while peo­ple were home.

■ Above views are sub­mit­ted by read­ers and are not nec­es­sar­ily that of the Week­ender.

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