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HOMELESSNESS GROWING IN COFFS HARBOUR

A drop-in centre for homeless people established a year ago in Coffs Harbour, has seen an increasing number of people using its services.

Managed by St Vincent de Paul, Pete’s Place is now providing for up to 50 people daily.

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