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December 1, 2022

Crowds give thumbs up to small-house designs

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Hundreds of people went through the doors of Bangalow’s historic A & I Hall on Saturday for a look at some of the region’s most innovative and inspiring sustainable small-house designs and discovered that in many ways, small is beautiful.

Video Sharon Shostak


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  1. Please provide text as well as video – quite often my online connection peaks out or does not allow me to watch videos at a time when I want to – I think the same might be for others in this area. I am now frustrated that I cannot learn more about Saturday’s event…as I can’t view the video right now. Please provide a text transcript not just a video.
    thanks, Liz

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