posted on August 31, 2011 14:48
It seems as if the scourge of graffiti is still with us. And that urban blight — or modern expression of the cries of the oppressed and misunderstood, depending on your viewpoint — is in the news again, on two fronts. Firstly, NSW upper house MPs have refused to pass the O'Farrell government's new graffiti law, which gave magistrates the power to strip offenders of their driver's licences among other measures. "For every small business, home or train targeted by a graffiti vandal, I will be holding Labor, Greens and the Shooters to account," the Premier, Barry O'Farrell said.
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