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Illawarra Mercury
MP vows assisted dying bill ‘fight will go on’Nationals MLC Trevor Khan presents the Voluntary Assisted Dying Bill to the Leg
Illawarra Mercury / Posted 12 hours ago
Nationals MLC Trevor Khan presents the Voluntary Assisted Dying Bill to the Legislative Council at NSW Parliament on September 21. The bill was defeated by 20 votes to 19 on Thursday night. Picture: Mick Tsikas / AAP Heathcote MP Lee Evans has told... Read more
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Illawarra Mercury
Assisted dying bill ‘fight will go on’Nationals MLC Trevor Khan presents the Voluntary Assisted Dying Bill to the Leg
Illawarra Mercury / Posted 13 hours ago
Nationals MLC Trevor Khan presents the Voluntary Assisted Dying Bill to the Legislative Council at NSW Parliament on September 21. The bill was defeated by 20 votes to 19 on Thursday night. Picture: Mick Tsikas / AAP Heathcote MP Lee Evans has told... Read more
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Illawarra Mercury
Scully slams ‘out of touch’ Premier over Gong Shuttle commentWollongong MP Paul Scully holds up a copy of last Saturday's Mercury front page
Illawarra Mercury / Posted 13 hours ago
Wollongong MP Paul Scully holds up a copy of last Saturday's Mercury front page aloft in the NSW Parliament this week. Insets: Other Mercury shuttle coverage since November 1. The Member for Wollongong has used an address in the NSW Parliament to... Read more
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Canberra Times
'God prompted me' : Fred Nile's error in horror story during NSW assisted dying debateDemocratic Party leader Reverend Fred Nile has admitted making a significant er
Canberra Times / Posted 14 hours ago
Democratic Party leader Reverend Fred Nile has admitted making a significant error in a horror story he told during the NSW parliament debate on voluntary assisted dying laws. But Mr Nile has put down the error to possible divine intervention... Read more
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15h
The Border Mail
MP Wal Fife was true blue servant to votersthat and he was delighted when it went back to blue from green.” Mr Fife becam
The Border Mail / Posted 15 hours ago
that and he was delighted when it went back to blue from green.” Mr Fife became the youngest person to be elected to the NSW parliament when he became member for Wagga in 1957. After holding various state ministries, Mr Fife entered federal... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
'God prompted me' : Fred Nile's error in horror story during NSW assisted dying debateDemocratic Party leader Reverend Fred Nile has admitted making a significant er
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 18 hours ago
Democratic Party leader Reverend Fred Nile has admitted making a significant error in a horror story he told during the NSW parliament debate on voluntary assisted dying laws. But Mr Nile has put down the error to possible divine intervention... Read more
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18h
The Age
'God prompted me' : Fred Nile's error in horror story during NSW assisted dying debateDemocratic Party leader Reverend Fred Nile has admitted making a significant er
The Age / Posted 18 hours ago
Democratic Party leader Reverend Fred Nile has admitted making a significant error in a horror story he told during the NSW parliament debate on voluntary assisted dying laws. But Mr Nile has put down the error to possible divine intervention... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Advocates for assisted dying 'heartbroken' after NSW bill fails to passEuthanasia: Assisted dying advocates 'heartbroken' over bill's failure in NSW P
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 19 hours ago
Euthanasia: Assisted dying advocates 'heartbroken' over bill's failure in NSW Parliament Photo: As NSW rejects euthanasia, Victoria looks set to become the first state to legalise assisted dying. (Christian MartA-nez Kempin) Related Story: 'We... Read more
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Junkee
Assisted Dying Legislation In NSW Just Got Knocked Back By A Single Votepass here tonight. We will bring it back in the future.” This is not the first
Junkee / Posted 19 hours ago
pass here tonight. We will bring it back in the future.” This is not the first time an assisted dying bill has failed in NSW parliament, with a similar bill defeated in 2013. Had Khan’s bill passed the upper house yesterday, it still would have... Read more
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Daily Liberal
Assisted dying bill fails to pass through NSW Upper HouseJUST MISSED: Supporters of a bill to allow terminally ill patients over 25 to e
Daily Liberal / Posted 19 hours ago
JUST MISSED: Supporters of a bill to allow terminally ill patients over 25 to end their own lives gathered outside NSW parliament ahead of the debate in the Upper House. Photo: AAP NSW residents with terminal illnesses won’t be given the option to... Read more
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Illawarra Mercury
Save Our Shuttle: Minister, We Smell A Ratof the Illawarra community about this decision. None. We were simply told to “
Illawarra Mercury / Posted 22 hours ago
of the Illawarra community about this decision. None. We were simply told to “suck it up”. Disgraceful. The issue hit the NSW Parliament this week with Premier Gladys Berejiklian stating the Illawarra has “never had it so good”. Sydneysiders... Read more
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Canberra Times
Dual citizenship laws are a tangle of contractions for NSW MPstaking on Liberal John Alexander. The Las Vegas-born Keneally's letter is date
Canberra Times / Posted yesterday
taking on Liberal John Alexander. The Las Vegas-born Keneally's letter is dated 2002, the year before she entered the NSW Parliament in March the next year and two years after she attained Australian citizenship. As it turns out, she needn't... Read more
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The Age
Dual citizenship laws are a tangle of contractions for NSW MPstaking on Liberal John Alexander. The Las Vegas-born Keneally's letter is date
The Age / Posted yesterday
taking on Liberal John Alexander. The Las Vegas-born Keneally's letter is dated 2002, the year before she entered the NSW Parliament in March the next year and two years after she attained Australian citizenship. As it turns out, she needn't... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Dual citizenship laws are a tangle of contractions for NSW MPstaking on Liberal John Alexander. The Las Vegas-born Keneally's letter is date
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted yesterday
taking on Liberal John Alexander. The Las Vegas-born Keneally's letter is dated 2002, the year before she entered the NSW Parliament in March the next year and two years after she attained Australian citizenship. As it turns out, she needn't... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
NSW Parliament rejects bill on voluntary assisted dyingEuthanasia debate: Related Story: 'We would not re-consider the death penalty
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted yesterday
Euthanasia debate: Related Story: 'We would not re-consider the death penalty': Euthanasia debate gets emotional before the vote After lengthy debate all day and night, the bill to legalise... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
Assisted dying bill may be blockedEuthanasia bill may not make it through NSW parliament | Daily Telegraph Inval
Daily Telegraph / Posted yesterday
Euthanasia bill may not make it through NSW parliament | Daily Telegraph Invalid postcode. Sorry we couldn't find a match for that, please try again Breaking News Entertainmentnav_small_right Miranda Devine Piers Akerman Game of Moans Breaking... Read more
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Sky News Australia
Pro and anti-euthanasia protests in SydneyPeople in support and against assisted dying have rallied outside NSW Parliamen
Sky News Australia / Posted yesterday
People in support and against assisted dying have rallied outside NSW Parliament House - many of them driven by deeply personal experiences - as MPs headed inside to debate the controversial bill. Dying with Dignity NSW and Support Not Suicide were... Read more
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Canberra Times
Assisted dying: My mother had the best palliative care – and even that was not enoughpalliative care, yet he is lobbying hard against assisted dying laws in NSW and
Canberra Times / Posted 2 days ago
palliative care, yet he is lobbying hard against assisted dying laws in NSW and Victoria. He has written to every member of NSW Parliament claiming that better funding for palliative care is the solution. He should know this is wrong and will... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
NSW vote on voluntary euthanasia set to face difficult passageVoluntary euthanasia bill set to face difficult passage in NSW Parliament Phot
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 2 days ago
Voluntary euthanasia bill set to face difficult passage in NSW Parliament Photo: NSW Premier Gladys Berejiklian has already said she will vote against the bill if it reaches the lower house. (AAP: Paul Miller) A vote on a bill to allow voluntary... Read more
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The Age
Assisted dying: My mother had the best palliative care – and even that was not enoughpalliative care, yet he is lobbying hard against assisted dying laws in NSW and
The Age / Posted 2 days ago
palliative care, yet he is lobbying hard against assisted dying laws in NSW and Victoria. He has written to every member of NSW Parliament claiming that better funding for palliative care is the solution. He should know this is wrong and will... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Assisted dying: My mother had the best palliative care – and even that was not enoughpalliative care, yet he is lobbying hard against assisted dying laws in NSW and
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 2 days ago
palliative care, yet he is lobbying hard against assisted dying laws in NSW and Victoria. He has written to every member of NSW Parliament claiming that better funding for palliative care is the solution. He should know this is wrong and will... Read more
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Canberra Times
Palliative care experts warn NSW assisted dying bill 'unsafe'have presented a united front against proposed voluntary assisted dying legisla
Canberra Times / Posted 2 days ago
have presented a united front against proposed voluntary assisted dying legislation on the eve of debate in the NSW Parliament, declaring the bill "cannot be made safe". The NSW upper house is set to debate laws that would make it legal... Read more
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Northern Daily Leader
Palliative care experts warn NSW assisted dying bill 'unsafe'have presented a united front against proposed voluntary assisted dying legisla
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 2 days ago
have presented a united front against proposed voluntary assisted dying legislation on the eve of debate in the NSW Parliament, declaring the bill "cannot be made safe". The NSW upper house is set to debate laws that would make it legal... Read more
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Western Advocate
Palliative care experts warn NSW assisted dying bill 'unsafe'have presented a united front against proposed voluntary assisted dying legisla
Western Advocate / Posted 2 days ago
have presented a united front against proposed voluntary assisted dying legislation on the eve of debate in the NSW Parliament, declaring the bill "cannot be made safe". The NSW upper house is set to debate laws that would make it legal... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Palliative care experts warn NSW assisted dying bill 'unsafe'have presented a united front against proposed voluntary assisted dying legisla
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 2 days ago
have presented a united front against proposed voluntary assisted dying legislation on the eve of debate in the NSW Parliament, declaring the bill "cannot be made safe". The NSW upper house is set to debate laws that would make it legal... Read more
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The Age
Palliative care experts warn NSW assisted dying bill 'unsafe'have presented a united front against proposed voluntary assisted dying legisla
The Age / Posted 2 days ago
have presented a united front against proposed voluntary assisted dying legislation on the eve of debate in the NSW Parliament, declaring the bill "cannot be made safe". The NSW upper house is set to debate laws that would make it legal... Read more
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Canberra Times
Excess baggage: Kristina Keneally's candidacy is weighed down by pastsuffered the same problem as Rees – an enhanced view of her own abilities." Ke
Canberra Times / Posted 2 days ago
suffered the same problem as Rees – an enhanced view of her own abilities." Keneally spent all of her nine years in the NSW Parliament representing the eastern Sydney seat of Heffron, and only moved to Hunters Hill in recent years. Nonetheless,... Read more
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Daily Liberal
Excess baggage: Keneally candidacy weighed down by pastsuffered the same problem as Rees - an enhanced view of her own abilities." Ke
Daily Liberal / Posted 3 days ago
suffered the same problem as Rees - an enhanced view of her own abilities." Keneally spent all of her nine years in the NSW Parliament representing the eastern Sydney seat of Heffron, and only moved to Hunters Hill in recent years. Nonetheless,... Read more
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The Border Mail
Excess baggage: Keneally candidacy weighed down by pastsuffered the same problem as Rees - an enhanced view of her own abilities." Ke
The Border Mail / Posted 3 days ago
suffered the same problem as Rees - an enhanced view of her own abilities." Keneally spent all of her nine years in the NSW Parliament representing the eastern Sydney seat of Heffron, and only moved to Hunters Hill in recent years. Nonetheless,... Read more
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Illawarra Mercury
Excess baggage: Keneally candidacy weighed down by pastsuffered the same problem as Rees - an enhanced view of her own abilities." Ke
Illawarra Mercury / Posted 3 days ago
suffered the same problem as Rees - an enhanced view of her own abilities." Keneally spent all of her nine years in the NSW Parliament representing the eastern Sydney seat of Heffron, and only moved to Hunters Hill in recent years. Nonetheless,... Read more
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Northern Daily Leader
Excess baggage: Keneally candidacy weighed down by pastsuffered the same problem as Rees - an enhanced view of her own abilities." Ke
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 3 days ago
suffered the same problem as Rees - an enhanced view of her own abilities." Keneally spent all of her nine years in the NSW Parliament representing the eastern Sydney seat of Heffron, and only moved to Hunters Hill in recent years. Nonetheless,... Read more
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The Age
Excess baggage: Kristina Keneally's candidacy is weighed down by pastsuffered the same problem as Rees – an enhanced view of her own abilities." Ke
The Age / Posted 3 days ago
suffered the same problem as Rees – an enhanced view of her own abilities." Keneally spent all of her nine years in the NSW Parliament representing the eastern Sydney seat of Heffron, and only moved to Hunters Hill in recent years. Nonetheless,... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Excess baggage: Kristina Keneally's candidacy is weighed down by pastsuffered the same problem as Rees – an enhanced view of her own abilities." Ke
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 3 days ago
suffered the same problem as Rees – an enhanced view of her own abilities." Keneally spent all of her nine years in the NSW Parliament representing the eastern Sydney seat of Heffron, and only moved to Hunters Hill in recent years. Nonetheless,... Read more
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Western Advocate
Excess baggage: Keneally candidacy weighed down by pastsuffered the same problem as Rees - an enhanced view of her own abilities." Ke
Western Advocate / Posted 3 days ago
suffered the same problem as Rees - an enhanced view of her own abilities." Keneally spent all of her nine years in the NSW Parliament representing the eastern Sydney seat of Heffron, and only moved to Hunters Hill in recent years. Nonetheless,... Read more
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Canberra Times
The voice that is being ignored in the dying with dignity debate– to be in control of her own fate. That is why she is such a vociferous suppor
Canberra Times / Posted 3 days ago
– to be in control of her own fate. That is why she is such a vociferous supporter of voluntary assisted dying, which the NSW Parliament will debate later this week. My mother is not alone. In April, on the ABC's Q&A, a 91-year-old man asked a... Read more
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The Age
The voice that is being ignored in the dying with dignity debate– to be in control of her own fate. That is why she is such a vociferous suppor
The Age / Posted 4 days ago
– to be in control of her own fate. That is why she is such a vociferous supporter of voluntary assisted dying, which the NSW Parliament will debate later this week. My mother is not alone. In April, on the ABC's Q&A, a 91-year-old man asked a... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
The voice that is being ignored in the dying with dignity debate– to be in control of her own fate. That is why she is such a vociferous suppor
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 4 days ago
– to be in control of her own fate. That is why she is such a vociferous supporter of voluntary assisted dying, which the NSW Parliament will debate later this week. My mother is not alone. In April, on the ABC's Q&A, a 91-year-old man asked a... Read more
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Canberra Times
Burning the Midnight Oil over Domain useGarrett tell us whether fencing, some topped with spikes, was erected around th
Canberra Times / Posted 5 days ago
Garrett tell us whether fencing, some topped with spikes, was erected around the perimeter of The Domain (between NSW Parliament and the Art Gallery) when Lang held political rallies? And on that subject Peter, did Lang charge admission... Read more
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The Age
Burning the Midnight Oil over Domain useGarrett tell us whether fencing, some topped with spikes, was erected around th
The Age / Posted 5 days ago
Garrett tell us whether fencing, some topped with spikes, was erected around the perimeter of The Domain (between NSW Parliament and the Art Gallery) when Lang held political rallies? And on that subject Peter, did Lang charge admission... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Burning the Midnight Oil over Domain useGarrett tell us whether fencing, some topped with spikes, was erected around th
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 5 days ago
Garrett tell us whether fencing, some topped with spikes, was erected around the perimeter of The Domain (between NSW Parliament and the Art Gallery) when Lang held political rallies? And on that subject Peter, did Lang charge admission... Read more
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Canberra Times
Paul Keating to Peter Garrett: don't dance on Sydney's sacred landinjuring his leg. Two-metre high fencing, some topped with spikes, was erected
Canberra Times / Posted 7 days ago
injuring his leg. Two-metre high fencing, some topped with spikes, was erected around the perimeter of the Domain between NSW Parliament and the Art Gallery of NSW this week and will remain in place until November 21. Apart from access to paths... Read more
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Canberra Times
High stakes in voluntary assisted dying debateArmy, Richmond is a long-time advocate for voluntary assisted dying laws, inclu
Canberra Times / Posted 7 days ago
Army, Richmond is a long-time advocate for voluntary assisted dying laws, including legislation due for debate in the NSW Parliament next week. She can't say for sure, but Richmond believes her father would have been likely to take a more... Read more
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Daily Liberal
Keating attacks Garrett over concert on 'sacred land'for Midnight Oil". Two-metre high fencing, some topped with spikes, was erecte
Daily Liberal / Posted 7 days ago
for Midnight Oil". Two-metre high fencing, some topped with spikes, was erected around the perimeter of the Domain between NSW Parliament and the Art Gallery of NSW this week and will remain in place until November 21. Apart from access to paths... Read more
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Daily Liberal
'Is the gunman still around?': The question Coralie remembers 35 years onArmy, Richmond is a long-time advocate for voluntary assisted dying laws, inclu
Daily Liberal / Posted 7 days ago
Army, Richmond is a long-time advocate for voluntary assisted dying laws, including legislation due for debate in the NSW Parliament next week. She can't say for sure, but Richmond believes her father would have been likely to take a more... Read more
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The Border Mail
'Is the gunman still around?': The question Coralie remembers 35 years onArmy, Richmond is a long-time advocate for voluntary assisted dying laws, inclu
The Border Mail / Posted 7 days ago
Army, Richmond is a long-time advocate for voluntary assisted dying laws, including legislation due for debate in the NSW Parliament next week. She can't say for sure, but Richmond believes her father would have been likely to take a more... Read more
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The Border Mail
Keating attacks Garrett over concert on 'sacred land'for Midnight Oil". Two-metre high fencing, some topped with spikes, was erecte
The Border Mail / Posted 7 days ago
for Midnight Oil". Two-metre high fencing, some topped with spikes, was erected around the perimeter of the Domain between NSW Parliament and the Art Gallery of NSW this week and will remain in place until November 21. Apart from access to paths... Read more
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Illawarra Mercury
Keating attacks Garrett over concert on 'sacred land'for Midnight Oil". Two-metre high fencing, some topped with spikes, was erecte
Illawarra Mercury / Posted 7 days ago
for Midnight Oil". Two-metre high fencing, some topped with spikes, was erected around the perimeter of the Domain between NSW Parliament and the Art Gallery of NSW this week and will remain in place until November 21. Apart from access to paths... Read more
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Illawarra Mercury
'Is the gunman still around?': The question Coralie remembers 35 years onArmy, Richmond is a long-time advocate for voluntary assisted dying laws, inclu
Illawarra Mercury / Posted 7 days ago
Army, Richmond is a long-time advocate for voluntary assisted dying laws, including legislation due for debate in the NSW Parliament next week. She can't say for sure, but Richmond believes her father would have been likely to take a more... Read more
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Northern Daily Leader
Keating attacks Garrett over concert on 'sacred land'for Midnight Oil". Two-metre high fencing, some topped with spikes, was erecte
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 7 days ago
for Midnight Oil". Two-metre high fencing, some topped with spikes, was erected around the perimeter of the Domain between NSW Parliament and the Art Gallery of NSW this week and will remain in place until November 21. Apart from access to paths... Read more
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The Age
Paul Keating to Peter Garrett: don't dance on Sydney's sacred landinjuring his leg. Two-metre high fencing, some topped with spikes, was erected
The Age / Posted 7 days ago
injuring his leg. Two-metre high fencing, some topped with spikes, was erected around the perimeter of the Domain between NSW Parliament and the Art Gallery of NSW this week and will remain in place until November 21. Apart from access to paths... Read more
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