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July 23, 2024

Guy wins new TV from Bridglands

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Guy Fisher inspecting his new TV, courtesy of Bridglands. Photo Jeff Dawson

Guy Fisher’s nine-year-old internet modem died the other day, and he didn’t realise just what a stroke of luck that was.

Guy bought a new modem from Bridglands in Mullumbimby and went into the draw for a 55-inch $3,000 latest-technology TV.

On Saturday, he won the big prize. 


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