I wish to thank the librarians for a lovely day, they are a blessing to us as a community!
Community members in the Edenvale CBD were asked whether they recycle and how they got involved in recycling.
My thanks and congratulations to the department and staff.
With the recent hullabaloo around the erection of an enormous billboard at Gillooly’s Farm and its distraction to road users, the NEWS asked residents if they thought billboards should be allowed on highways
I paid for my licence and was out of the building in under half an hour.
Becoming an organ donor is one of the selfless things you can do for a person who is in need of a transplant.
The NEWS asked some of our readers if they know about the role of the Community Policing Forum (CPF) and this is what they had to say:
Looking back at some of my childhood memories and some of the activities we got up to, the 90s definitely were an interesting time to grow up in.
“As a result of your article and inquiries, the grass inside the property and on the pavement outside was mowed.”
The NEWS asked learners from Holy Rosary if they are ready for the upcoming exams, how they are preparing and what tips they have to share.
With the recent taxi strike, many commuters were left stranded without transport and some motorists could not go to work because the roads were blockaded.