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Flat White

Fighting fading curtains in the Sunshine State

23 January 2017

1:47 PM

23 January 2017

1:47 PM

sunshineiiIt’s a state divided, sibling against sibling, family against family, community against community, city against country.

It’s not America under Trump but Queensland yet again confronting the perennial issue of daylight saving.

Queensland alone among the eastern states does not adjust its clocks between late spring and autumn, creating frustration among those who transact regular business with the states who do.

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