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Bribie island Newspaper

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Hi, Richard/Alexandra. Nice work on your new venture, The Bribie Islander. I particularly loved the print size, just this once I do not need my reading glasses to read the magazine! Seniors will be delighted!

I believe that a once-monthly magazine has been needed on this island for a long time. It gives many of us time to read, put it down & again pick it up & continue to read when one has things to do, not so easy with the weekly papers, as they require reading when they arrive, (not a big problem, for they do not have all that much content) otherwise the next one is on one’s door before it is fully read & after all not much is in these papers except ads? I do understand that these must be included to pay the way.

Congratulations & may you have a long run of success. Cheers, Bill

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