Tim Quilty and Tania Maxwell want rules in place for governments that plan to close borders

Shana Morgan
Updated January 21 2021 - 2:53pm, first published 1:00pm
SPEAK UP: MP Tim Quilty, pictured when NSW opened its border, said Melbourne and Sydney governments failed to understand damage caused to border communities.
SPEAK UP: MP Tim Quilty, pictured when NSW opened its border, said Melbourne and Sydney governments failed to understand damage caused to border communities.

Two of the North East's MPs have joined a growing push from politicians based all along the Victoria-NSW border for National Cabinet to create a better approach to closing state borders in the future.

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