Goodness me Janet, if what you say is true, what …

Comment on Kilgariff: housing for the people or a motza for developers? by David Chewings.

Goodness me Janet, if what you say is true, what hope does the average blackfella have in the short or long term? Little wonder the first choice is to camp out regardless of the weather. “Kilgariff” may turn out to be as handy as the earliest Mal Brough reforms.

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