On Saturday, I had two great privileges. The first was to attend the ceremony for His Majesty King Charles III’s Coronation which was held on the grounds of Government House in Sydney.
In a city stricken with the ills of modern architecture – where Martin Place has been torn up and plastered over with scaffolding to install yet another disastrous $3 billion transport link the public neither asked for nor wanted – it is only the avenue along Macquarie Street that survives as a legacy to the beauty Sydney once held.
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