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Refuges across the Hunter are at capacity as hundreds of people are forced to sleep on streets

Lucinda Garbutt-Young
Updated May 29 2023 - 12:49pm, first published May 27 2023 - 5:00am
Brandon O'Neil and his fiancee Lee Redman must be out of temporary accommodation by July. Picture by Simone De Peak
Brandon O'Neil and his fiancee Lee Redman must be out of temporary accommodation by July. Picture by Simone De Peak

When Brandon O'Neil's legs almost went black from sleeping, sitting up, in his car for three months, he felt he had nowhere to go.

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Lucinda Garbutt-Young

Lucinda Garbutt-Young is a producer at The Canberra Times. She was previously a reporter at the Newcastle Herald, where she covered breaking news, court and other general news. Do you have a story? Email Lucinda at l.garbutt-young@austcommunitymedia.com.au

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