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    By Sue Williams

    Residents at high risk from potentially deadly flammable cladding are being denied information about what they should do to make their buildings safe, consumer advocates claim.
    Instead, say apartment residents, they are being threatened with huge fines if they don’t fix the problem, while owners in some blocks have been told it could cost more than …

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    Just to get something else off my chest, every day I get several emails from some minister or another’s office telling me that Labor are wrong and stupid etc etc.  It occurs to me that we, the taxpayers, are paying for this blatant electioneering at the same time as a government department is saying they can’t tell unit owners about an event that might be helpful to them because they are in “caretaker mode.”

    I can only ask, who is taking care of whom?  The ministers are taking care of themselves and Fair Trading is taking care not to do anything that might actually help apartment owners.

    No wonder people are sick of politicians.

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