'Sign of respect': Wagga retailers on extending Anzac Day restrictions

Finn Coleman
Updated July 10 2024 - 6:39pm, first published 5:00pm
Wagga RSL Club CEO Andrew Bell and president Jane Barnes, and Confetti Emporium owner Melanie Hamilton all agreed with the NSW Government's decision to extend Anzac Day retail trade restrictions. File pictures
Wagga RSL Club CEO Andrew Bell and president Jane Barnes, and Confetti Emporium owner Melanie Hamilton all agreed with the NSW Government's decision to extend Anzac Day retail trade restrictions. File pictures

The choice to extend retail trading restrictions on Anzac Day has been met positively by many in Wagga.

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Finn Coleman

Finn Coleman

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I understand the importance of community news in highlighting stories that members of local communities care about - including events, businesses, sports and the people that make towns unique. Email me at finn.coleman@austcommunitymedia.com.au or call 0437 550 909

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