Party takes physical defence law to parliament

Steph Allen
Updated May 1 2024 - 11:29am, first published April 30 2024 - 4:23pm
Member for Hinchinbrook Nick Dametto has called on the Queensland Government to consider galvanising the legal protections for Queenslanders under the adoption of the 'Castle Doctrine'. Picture: Supplied
Member for Hinchinbrook Nick Dametto has called on the Queensland Government to consider galvanising the legal protections for Queenslanders under the adoption of the 'Castle Doctrine'. Picture: Supplied

WHILE crime continues to terrorise North Queensland towns and cities, calls for action have continued to escalate, with a recent push for residents' rights to take the protection of person and property into their own hands.

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