Digital edition 23 March

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  1. I am a resident of Uniting Amala Retirement Village at Gordon and, for the past two weeks I have been unable to pick up a copy of City News, possibly because I was beaten to it by my fellow residents. I am a keen crossword fan as well as enjoying the articles and I miss my weekly indulgence in your excellent edition. Could you please try to increase the number of copies left at the Lanyon Marketplace, where the City News rack has now been placed in a more prominent position. Thank you. John Pannell

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