Fri, 09 Nov 2012 7:02p.m.
As more people find themselves out of work, one business owner in the Manawatu is determined not to join the unemployment stats.
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11/11/2012 12:50:52 p.m.
Good on ya, keep up the good work. My biker mates and I love to stop for a snack and drink in your wonderful garden. Sad that you had such an unforeseen set back a few weeks into your new business. I guess it only made you stronger and more determined to make a go of it. Well done and thanks for your excellent service.
9/11/2012 11:52:56 p.m.
Awesome girl! Awesome cafe!! I hope people support a young business owner who is making a real go of it and could have given up when most would but instead stuck it out. Inspirational. And how cite are those coffee cups!!!??
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