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Good News: Council Takes Swift Action on Heritage Listing for Huskisson Church and Burial Site

By Tim Peach At the September 20th Shoalhaven Council meeting Mayor Findley took back control moving a Mayoral Minute that could help save the historic Huskisson Church. “Let’s bring on this heritage listing procedure and signal to the community that this council really does care about this site, and the heritage both Indigenous and non-Indigenous […]

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