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TW3 - That Was The Week That Was...

Coffs Harbour was our next port of call – we arrived on Wednesday August 2 and stayed until Saturday at North Coast Holiday Park which is very central, located on the Pacific Highway close to the CBD. 1,313 more words

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On the right of housing

“ The only way to stop tragedies like Grenfell Tower from happening again is to accept that adequate housing is a right, not a privilege. People on low incomes deserve governments and local authorities that value their lives. 59 more words

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TW3 - That Was The Week That Was

Still not a lot happening although I was speaking to the smash repairer and the Sunliner door is being painted – we hope to be reunited with her on the 20-21st with a bit of luck. 412 more words

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That Was The Week That Was

Another week or so has past for Dawn and I still in the limbo caused by having the Sunliner broken into. However the good news is that our insurer CIL has pulled out all the stops and the Assessor has put me in contact with a repairer in the Sydney suburb of Smithfield. 346 more words

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TW3 - That Was The Week That Was #2

The week started with Mother’s Day and Dawn and I went to the small fishing town of Dover, one of the Southern-most parts of Tasmania. We went first of all to Roaring Beach – which is just a bit of an exaggeration as the waves were tiny, but the white sand stretched away. 512 more words

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Is it right to take more than 50-60% in tax? Feminists said yes.

This feminist above is called Dawn Foster. She is a journalist from The Guardian. During the TV programme The Big Questions she defended taxes rise above 50%. 589 more words

ARRIVED SAFELY IN TASMANIA

Hi there, arrived safely in Tasmania after a very early start – thanks Chris for getting me to the station on time. We caught the 5.40am train then we flew out at about 8.00am after a slight delay. 68 more words

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