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CALLS FOR SECURITY RAMP UP IN UMINA

A Umina business owner is growing increasingly concerned with what she claims, is an uprise in undesirable and anti-social behaviour within the town.

She’s calling on council to step in and improve security measures at reported hot-spots.

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About Samantha Long

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Samantha Long is a reporter, producer and web producer for NBN News in Newcastle, she's previously worked in Tamworth and on the Central Coast. Samantha completed a Bachelor of Communication from the University of Newcastle in 2015 and joined NBN at the end of 2015.

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3 comments

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    Thanks so much for covering this important community struggle to make our precious park safe at night and protect our young people from crime and violence!

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    You can support this campaign by signing our petition for Federal Government Safer Communities funding here: http://chn.ge/2zii6Hv

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      This is a young area.
      The park is unsafe at night where as it should be safe for all to use it. We need more funding in our area