Ever growing potholes in the shadow of the Assembly

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“CITYNEWS'” own Ernie Nichols has noted with some alarm that the London Circuit car park next to the Canberra Museum and Gallery is sporting some collossal potholes.

We can only hope action is taken before a motorist is completely lost.

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  1. Use the free smartphone app Snap Send Solve to alert the Act government of such things. I actually think they aren’t aware of most problems until a member of the public reports the issue.

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