Fears short-term rental accommodation changes could hurt Dubbo

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Updated November 11 2019 - 4:23pm, first published 12:30pm
WORRIED: Lucy Cook outside her home. "In countless homes across NSW, kids share bedrooms through a mix of single and bunk beds with no issue - so why is this suddenly OK in the family home but not during a holiday?," Derek Noland from Airbnb says. Photo: RYAN YOUNG
WORRIED: Lucy Cook outside her home. "In countless homes across NSW, kids share bedrooms through a mix of single and bunk beds with no issue - so why is this suddenly OK in the family home but not during a holiday?," Derek Noland from Airbnb says. Photo: RYAN YOUNG

Dubbo businesses and residents could suffer financially if proposed changes to short-term rental accommodation rules go ahead, Airbnb hosts fear.

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