Sharon, pictured above was forcibly extricated from her domicile because she changed a lock on her front screen door,
for her security requirements, some time ago now, and the department of housing place her in elouera house Shellharbour for 2 weeks , How much did that cost the community?
What law did she break ?
was it a case of an easy mark to relieve the taxpayer of some monies for time ?
Homeless lives in hospital
A homeless man has been given a permanent hospital pass that costs $1000 a day at taxpayers’ expense.
Darcy Bux has been living in a private room in a public hospital for the past 250 days, all of which is paid by taxpayers.
Mr Bux is one of many Australians stranded in acute hospitals beds because the health authorities have no other places for them.
He says he feels guilty living in the hospital when there isn’t enough beds for those who really need it.
- The Best Way To Stop Homelessness? Support Homeless & Eviction Prevention Programs (howcantherichhelpthepoor.wordpress.com)
- ‘Living in a box’ gets a facelift (smh.com.au)
- Homeless people being kicked out of City Creek Canyon (abc4.com)
- Press release: £10 million funding for hospital aftercare for the homeless (gov.uk)
- Augusta’s homeless population third-largest in Georgia (chronicle.augusta.com)