A homeless camp in the financial heart of Sydney’s CBD has been kicked out by authorities who described them as a “public nuisance”.
Homeless relocation in Martin Place on June 24, 2017 in Sydney, Australia. Picture: Jason McCawley.
A HOMELESS camp in the financial heart of Sydney’s CBD has been kicked out by authorities who described them as a “public nuisance”.
Bedding, clothing and blankets were all that remained in the northeastern Martin Place camp after police and City of Sydney council workers this morning moved in to evict dozens of people who have been living there for months. But it wasn’t long until the items were also removed.
Tensions arose as a City of Sydney representative walked through the thoroughfare and handed out letters to the homeless that described the camp as a “public nuisance”.
“The accumulation of items in Martin Place, including a...
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