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***MEDIA ALERT*** NSW BUDGET

Homelessness NSW < 1 mins read

Homelessness NSW CEO Dominique Rowe will hold a press conference at 1.30pm on Tuesday to discuss the NSW Budget.

 

Where: Back of Parliament House, Hospital Road, Sydney

When: 1.30pm Tuesday 18 June 

Who: Homelessness NSW CEO Dominique Rowe


Contact details:

Charlie Moore: 0452 606 171

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