Neighbours don’t have to put up with second-hand smoke in strata buildings (Australia)

The story of Lynette Laming and her young daughter is not unusual to Cancer Council NSW staff. We regularly receive emotional calls from distressed parents living in an apartment block where they are forced to breathe their neighbour’s toxic cigarette smoke.     Read the article…………


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