'A shemozzle': Residents blast sound barrier inaction

Joe Colbrook
Updated February 10 2024 - 4:25pm, first published 4:00pm
Residents Alison Emery, Trudi Quinn and Bass Labor MP Michelle O'Byrne say more needs to be done to mitigate noise pollution near the Midland Highway. Picture by Paul Scambler
Residents Alison Emery, Trudi Quinn and Bass Labor MP Michelle O'Byrne say more needs to be done to mitigate noise pollution near the Midland Highway. Picture by Paul Scambler

More than six months after petitioning the council and state government for a sound barrier to be rebuilt along the Midland Highway, South Launceston residents say they have been left hung out to dry.

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Joe Colbrook

Joe Colbrook

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Journalist at The Examiner, covering local government and planning, emergency services, breaking news and court. Send tips to joe.colbrook@austcommunitymedia.com.au. Ex-Jimboomba Times, UQ Alumni

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