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PFAS AFFECTED RESIDENTS MEET WITH NSW ENVIRONMENT MINISTER

The New South Wales Environment Minister today met with residents and stakeholders, affected by the Williamtown RAAF Base contamination.

Gabrielle Upton says she’ll take their concerns to Macquarie Street – but the meeting has been criticised by the Opposition as being too little, too late.

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    Her good faith would of been coming out to visit with the whole community earlier…. not 27 months into this disaster