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February 28, 2021

Woolies carpark works continue

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With a section of the Mullum Woolies carpark closed recently owing to concerns of safety issues, there are still no indication of when it will reopen.

When asked by The Echo, a Woolworths spokesperson replied, ‘The northern aspect of the Mullumbimby Woolworths carpark remains temporarily closed while we work with specialist engineers and consultants to rectify the structural issues affecting this section.’

‘The safety of our team and customers is of utmost importance.and we sincerely thank our customers for their patience during this time.’


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