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Sarina RSL Stoush Heads to Mediation

A dispute that has been going on for a while between RSL Queensland and the Sarina sub-branch in north Queensland has been forced to mediation. Sarina branch president Wayne Davis says RSL Queensland was “deceptive and misleading” when it took joint ownership of the land and buildings. He says other clubs which have sought help from the state branch have been forced to close. The decision of putting it to mediation comes after an 18-month financial battle between the local and state branches. Read More

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