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Wednesday, 25 March 1942


Mr ANTHONY - Motor cars travelling from Tweed Heads in New South Wales over the border toCoolangatta are not allowed to enter Queensland if they have hooded lights, whereas cars returning from Queensland to New South Wales are not allowed to enter the latter State unless they have hooded lights, so that it is necessary for motorists passing over the border to have two sets of lights in order to comply with the requirements of both States. I ask the Minister for Home Security whether it is not possible for the Commonwealth Government to take over national emergency services and air raid precautions activities, so as to obtain uniformity throughout the Commonwealth ?







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