Thousands of Melbourne fines set to be overturned in latest parking scandal | 7NEWS

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20,000 fines could be overturned – and refunded – in the latest chapter in a parking scandal. The Victorian Ombudsman found that three more councils, Monash Uni and Parks Victoria had wrongly outsourced the fine review process to private contractors.

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