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Also, Mercedes racer Lewis Hamilton, who along with Rosberg has been carrying the message 'Keep Fighting Michael' on the side of his Mercedes this year, said that it is really good to hear that Schumacher is recovering.
It's good to hear that she also ferries them around to their various after-school activities.
Dear Editor, It's good to hear that the building work for the new library is due to start on November 24 next year, although I had to do a slight double take - because the design of the building hasn't even been decided yet (Date for library start - and finish, Post February 22).
Sir - It's good to hear that Gordon Brown is talking about creating more jobs and helping people fulfil their potential.
But it was good to hear that the east Belfast woman is taking the jibes and using them in a constructive way.
IT'S good to hear that Brummies stick together - even the celebrity kind.
GOOD to hear that Fijian veteran L Cpl Isimeli Baleiwai will avoid immediate deportation, after being given leave to remain while he appeals against an Army disciplinary conviction.
From the great number of letters in appreciation of the wonderful work done at University Hospital Aintree, it was good to hear that they had been given public recognition.
GOOD to hear that former Atomic Kitten and TV presenter star Jenny Frost has just launched the Roy Castle Foundations annual Liver Birds Midnight Walk, on Friday May 13.
HAVING been brought up listening to The Faces and the Rolling Stones, The Dikler has always held Ronnie Wood in high esteem, so it was good to hear that the Racing Post had helped keep his spirits up this week.
It is good to hear that pictures of him hang in the lobby of his school as he is an excellent role model who will inspire other teenagers to work hard and achieve their goals.
IT is good to hear that Coventry Council is going to spend a few million on rebuilding parts of the city.