Road work delays leave Melbourne small businesses at breaking point | 7NEWS

Road work delays leave melbourne small businesses at breaking point | 7news

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A construction crush along a busy shopping strip in Noble Park has left small business owners at breaking point. They’re pleading for action from the local government as costly roadworks drive customers away.

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