Thousands of farmers rush to get 'trespass' warning signs up

John Ellicott
Updated September 19 2019 - 4:46pm, first published 4:29pm
Northern Tablelands LLS biosecurity officer Elli Sinclair, Agriculture Minister Adam Marshall, and Northern Tablelands LLS general manager Paul Hutchings with the in-demand signs.
Northern Tablelands LLS biosecurity officer Elli Sinclair, Agriculture Minister Adam Marshall, and Northern Tablelands LLS general manager Paul Hutchings with the in-demand signs.

As the new trespass laws hit NSW Parliament for debate, farmers have inundated Local Land Services offices seeking biosecurity warning signs to place on their properties.

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John Ellicott

John Ellicott

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