The Green Shed moving into the old JB HiFi

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IN an interesting move The Green Shed, purveyors of all the things Canberrans couldn’t sell on Gumtree, has posters up in the windows of the old JB HiFi (where Impact Records once resided), proclaiming the arrival this November of Green Shed Store number four.

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