Former rehab patient Margie McDonell says the proposed location of Dubbo's rehab centre could increase crime in the area

Bageshri Savyasachi
Updated March 13 2023 - 4:31pm, first published 3:30pm
Margie McDonell and her husband Jim (centre) live down the road from the proposed site for Dubbo's rehabilitation centre. Picture by Amy McIntyre
Margie McDonell and her husband Jim (centre) live down the road from the proposed site for Dubbo's rehabilitation centre. Picture by Amy McIntyre

"We definitely need a rehab centre but not in a residential area, that's just begging for trouble."

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Bageshri Savyasachi

I am a general reporter with an interest in health, crime, transparency and issues affecting Canberra's diverse communities. Contact me at bageshri.s@canberratimes.com.au or send confidential tips to bageshri.s@proton.me

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