The duration of the whole refurbishment/upgrading project was purported to be about six months, with due date being December 2016!
The Newcastle Advertiser decided to ask a few Newcastle residents what they thought about the prospects of these new developments in town. Here is what they had to say:
How many people – friends, family or colleagues – go through abuse and not say a word about it?
I would also like to thank the staff in Ward A for making my stay more bearable.
I feel that this winter has definitely an edge to it which was not noticeable last year, and believe me it gets cold on the streets.
The paper grocery bag which predates the plastic bag, were naturally degradable or could be burned after use, but they unfortunately need trees for them to be manufactured, although I am certain the paper bag can be produced from recycled paper, which means less paper ending up in the rubbish dump.
For those who have lost their precious dads, this Father’s Day may have been hard for you but take comfort in the fact that your loved one is watching over you and still loves you. I am one of the fortunate that can say I still have my dad around.
The Newcastle Advertiser asked a few Newcastillians what they thought about the planned load shedding. Here were their thoughts:
It’s getting colder and I could not bring myself to buy things for myself and my family when I saw with my own eyes how this man was suffering.
During the past week the Newcastle Advertiser asked a few of Newcastle’s men whether they thought it was important for men to follow a beauty routine. Here were their answers:
You have really made me have hope for humanity by your kindness and generosity and willingness to help where it is desperately needed.