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Hi there, thanks for your various edits on Christchurch articles. Can you please stick references, at the very least, between reference tags? <ref>[reference goes here]</ref> is what it should look like. If you want to be even better than that, have a look at this page. Keep up your good work. Ping me on my page if you have questions. Schwede66 17:29, 7 December 2013 (UTC)
Could you please review Help:Minor edit? You sometimes tick the minor edit box when this shouldn't be done. BTW, tall buildings article edits are better this time - thanks! Schwede66 06:51, 29 August 2016 (UTC)