Imagine there is a Colonial Heritage Council funded by the Victorian state government which has been awarded powers to enter anyone’s home or farm – against their permission and in their absence – with the ability to investigate items that are of ‘cultural significance’.
What are these items?
Well, they could be anything… An old log someone used as a seat 200 years ago.
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