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It's Time to make safe the old mining shafts

A few weeks ago we reported on two dogs recovered from a 25m deep mine shaft to the west of Moruya by SES and the Moruya Fire Brigade. Today the owner of the dogs was to present to Council's meeting to request their support and guidance in marking the many existing shafts and possibly seeing each and all filled in or made safe. The presenter didn't make the meeting however three of her supporters did:

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