Newspaper article Coffs Coast Advocate (Coffs Harbour, Australia)

Heartfelt Thanks to Our Wonderful Hospital Staff

Newspaper article Coffs Coast Advocate (Coffs Harbour, Australia)

Heartfelt Thanks to Our Wonderful Hospital Staff

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THUMBS UP

To the doctors and nurses at the palliative care unit of Coffs Harbour Hospital, who recently comforted our dear mother, grandmother and auntie before she left us for a better place.

The compassion you show to your patients and their families is truly amazing.

We will forever be indebted to you for the diligent care you gave through those tough final months.

You are all a true credit to your profession and our community.

Mum was grateful to you and prayed for you all until the end. Sincere and heartfelt thanks.

To Desnee McCosker for your inspiring work at the Coffs Harbour State Park north dunal area at Boambee Beach.

We remain grateful for your dedication and knowledge enabling the removal of weeds and establishment of a diverse range of common and native vegetation.

A recent dawn survey revealed 50 bird species and a night survey found over six frog species all enjoying the fruits of your labour.

To our aging community members who need walking frames of all types to get around in what sometimes looks like a lot of a pain to me, but still they do it. You're all champions.

A big thank you to the man who found my son's mobile phone outside the radiologist in West High St on Tuesday, October 18 and handed it in.

He dropped it on his paper run early in the morning and we thought it was gone for sure. Much appreciated.

To the lady who helped me and my four-and-a-half-year-old son carry our family cat back to my house because he had been hit and killed by a car on West High St on Wednesday, October 12.

Thumbs down to the person, if they knew they hit our cat and did not stop to even apologise.

To the cheerful girls on the counter at the Palm Centre Post Office who have to serve irate customers as they try to negotiate the silly system of two queues.

Australia Post should take a lead from Big W and Target who have installed a one-queue system that is fair to all.

THUMBS DOWN

To the person who stole my wallet at Woolgoolga on Wednesday. …

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