Bulldozing history to create more gaps in the fabric

The four Emery sisters June Evert, Chris Mills, Peggy Campbell and Elsie Burke revisit Inglenook cottage.The four Emery sisters June Evert, Chris Mills, Peggy Campbell and Elsie Burke revisit Inglenook cottage.

ANOTHER PIECE of the backdrop of this town dating from the 1860s is to be excised as part of Paroo shire council’s drive to eradicate so-called eyesore buildings ...

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