Prospect of stickers on cars to allow border residents to be waved through NSW-Victorian border checkpoints not ruled out

Anthony Bunn
Updated July 9 2020 - 5:39pm, first published 5:30pm
On the job: NSW police commissioner Mick Fuller (centre) and assistant commissioner Scott Whyte (right) observe as a motorist is stopped at Albury's Wodonga Place checkpoint on Thursday. Picture: MARK JESSER
On the job: NSW police commissioner Mick Fuller (centre) and assistant commissioner Scott Whyte (right) observe as a motorist is stopped at Albury's Wodonga Place checkpoint on Thursday. Picture: MARK JESSER

A CAR sticker system to allow border-based motorists to be waved through Murray River checkpoints has not been ruled out by police.

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Anthony Bunn

Anthony Bunn

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