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Thursday, 30 September 1971
Page: 1814


Mr ENGLAND (Calare) - I rise at this stage because it appears to me that a great deal of the debate on this Bill denotes a very determined effort on the part of many honourable members to shake themselves clear of major capital works which will provide a second primary airport to serve Sydney and also to take international aircraft. I have the authority of leading citizens in towns such as Parkes and Orange to make very clear to the Parliament that if the second airport is not wanted in Sydney they are very willing to have it located in their areas. There are in these areas airports which were used for training purposes during the last World War. They are first class airports of the primary type right at this time.







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