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Byron Shire
April 11, 2021

Cancer to cash

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It’s great that the common cold virus has been successfully used by doctors to quickly and easily cure bladder cancer (Forbes 4 July, 2019).

But it is not good news for the economy that the Australian government has banned all purchases above $10,000 using cash; and their wording allows them to eventually lower that limit to any amount at all (Currency Restrictions on the Use of Cash Bill 2019).


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1 COMMENT

  1. Apart form casual sellers like garage sales there is no need legitimate for any one to use cash. Cash-only should be illegal for all businesses with more than a very small turnover, and cash should be illegal for all purchases above $1,000 and from businesses above $100. It is time we stamp out those who engage in unlawful activity and the welfare and tax cheats who undermine our ability to provide essential public services.

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