Old 5th Oct 2015, 20:21
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The trouble here is the lack of evidence either way.
Not so, the Denison case was technically/scientifically exhaustive, and there have been no "new developments" since, just CASA wanting to take a giant leap backwards under McCormick/Albanese.

Unfortunately, nobody in CASA is going to take responsibility for reversing the current "policy", so we need a new "test" case, so it is a tribunal or court taking the responsibility.

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