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COFFS STILL GOT THE BYPASS BLUES

Doubts have been cast over when work will begin on Coffs Harbour’s bypass.

Shadow Minister for Infrastructure Anthony Albanese says a Senate Estimates Committee hearing was told there still hasn’t been any formal discussions between the state and federal governments about how the project will be funded, what it will cost or when the state government will put a business case for it to the federal government.

Local MP Luke Hartsuyker says planning on the business case and geotechnical, traffic and planning studies have been underway for some time

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