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Protesters: You bet they die

Protesters gather outside Tweed Shire Council.
Protesters gather outside Tweed Shire Council.

Protesters are gathering outside Tweed Shire Council chambers in Murwillumbah.

Carrying signs reading “you bet they die” and “stop greyhound racing in its tracks,” they are opposing a new greyhound racing complex in Murwillumbah.

The council is due to decide later tonight on whether the $5.6million track at South Murwillumbah will be approved.

It is designed to replace Border Park Raceway at Tweed Heads.

Council planners have given it the green light.

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