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07 July 2018


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Ed Brumby

Reminds me that, in the late 1960s and early '70s - and possibly longer - there was a bunch of (mainly Chinese) bookies of dubious legality ensconced in a row of basic Besser brick 'shops' fronting an unmade road just around the corner from the Boroko cop shop.

The only time I saw police in the vicinity was when two of them made a show of booking all of the then patrons' vehicles for illegal parking ... to howls of protest from said patrons.

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