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Security fences installed to keep visitors off Parliament's iconic grass lawns

  • Wed, 13 Sep 2017 02:38

After months of controversy and debate, security fences are now being installed around the grassy slopes of Parliament House, keeping patrons off the iconic and once-traversable roof.

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