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Health, safety and well-being concerns for Wagga's, Wilks Park Homeless as community service providers call for state-government action

Hayley Wilkinson
By Hayley Wilkinson
Updated June 4 2022 - 9:39pm, first published June 3 2022 - 7:00pm
DIRE SITUATION: Aaron Buschmann pats puppy Ned, the day after the tent he shares with his wife Skye flooded in Wilks Park in North Wagga. Picture: Madeline Begley

A GROWING number of Wagga residents are being left out in the cold as community service providers plead for government bodies to take immediate action.

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Hayley Wilkinson

Born and raised within the Riverina, Hayley launched her journalism career at The Daily Advertiser in September 2021. During her time she covered events, entertainment and human interest stories.

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