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‘City’s double standard feels divisive’

We read the article in the South Sydney Herald about the City of Sydney council banning advertisement of fossil fuel, which is commendable.

But we find it ironic as we have complained to Clover Moore and their CEO on numerous  occasions about the endless stream of nearly empty 392 buses on Raglan Street senselessly burning fossil fuel and making our life hell, but they didn’t support us.

Sometimes, we feel that there are two different worlds – the rest of the city and us, where the modern standards and common sense principles do not apply.

Svetlana Rodgers


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