Rants&Raves: Unpleasant outing at theatre

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Surely they can afford to keep the air conditioning running to make patrons comfortable. Photo / Supplied
Surely they can afford to keep the air conditioning running to make patrons comfortable. Photo / Supplied

Rant

To our Greenlane neighbour: if you want peace and tranquillity, I suggest you might like to move to the countryside where you would have no neighbours.

Sally

Rave

I would like to thank the lady who stopped and picked up my frightened Huntaway dog from SH27 on Friday night. I really appreciated the time you took to drop him off safely to a house close by.

Raelene

Rant

The theatre was so hot on Saturday at the matinee of Phantom of the Opera. Surely they can afford to keep the air conditioning running to make patrons comfortable. It made for a most unpleasant outing.

Mary

Rave

To all the staff at Greenlane Eye Clinic: You are fantastic. Thank you.

Bruce

Rant

In regard to Paula's rant about an AT Hop retailer not being at the City Convenience store in Albert St, there is an AT Hop retailer 75m away on Victoria St West.

Mark

Rave

The Gallagher Academy of Performing Arts at Waikato University was the scene for a most memorable recital last Saturday night. Stellar singers, sisters Catherine and Clare Pierard, accompanied brilliantly by David Harper on piano and Thomas Pierard on cello, presented a thoroughly enchanting programme with consummate musicianship and eclat bravo to the Pierard sisters!

Louise

- NZ Herald

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