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Travel declaration required for travellers entering Queensland

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Anatomy is destiny

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Cyclists please

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Calls for Minister to conduct ‘genuine’ consultation on Murwillumbah mega-school

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Victoria de la Fuente, you admit to attending five doofs, two of which were organised by Spanish people (your words not mine).

So you should not be aggrieved by the comments of Dailan Pugh and the Echo as you and all of the other like minded people regardless of where their from who attend these doofs have no respect for the local environment or the local people,you are part of the problem.

To all of the visitors to this country and area who do the right thing welcome have a great time. To all of the ignorant, disrespectful visitors we don’t want or need you here in this beautiful part of the world so either change your attitudes or go home.

Gary Walsh, Brunswick Heads

 


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