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Venue shift seen as win for disabled

Tuesday 14 March 2017 | Published in Local

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Venue shift seen as win for disabled
Former cabinet minister, now Queens Representative Tom Marsters was the fi rst to try out the chair lift system when the Justice building opened back in 2004. Even then the chair was diffi cult to operate and it soon fell into disuse. 17031309

When the Civil Court convened at 11am yesterday in the boardroom of the Public Service Commission, it signified a “great victory” for disabled people in the country, says a businessman too ill to climb the Justice ministry steps.

When the Civil Court convened at 11am yesterday in the boardroom of the Public Service Commission, it signified a “great victory” for disabled people in the country, says a businessman too ill to climb the Justice ministry steps.


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