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More than 10,000 residents of a small town in New South Wales have taken to the streets in a protest against rising house prices.
The protesters gathered outside the town hall, which is home to a new construction company and a bank, as part of a series of actions over the past week.
The demonstration comes as the Federal Government plans to raise the threshold of new construction loans by up to $1.4 million.
Residents of Kinsey, a town of about 15,000 people on the NSW coast, have been protesting against rising rents and higher mortgage costs in recent weeks.
The town is a major regional hub for coal seam gas exploration.
Kinsey has also been hit by a recent spate of flooding in the town.
A new development in townThe town hall was also flooded with protesters earlier this week, with the protesters gathering outside the venue on Tuesday morning.
A man holding a sign that read ‘We are Kinsey’, said he had been on the streets since last Thursday to demand action on housing issues.
“This is my third time doing this.
It’s just been a really long time,” Mr Williams said.”
We’re getting a little tired of seeing all the flooding and seeing people in their basements being told to pack up and move on.”‘
Theres a whole new set of problems’The protestors have also been staging actions around the state.
They have been holding demonstrations around the country, including in Brisbane and Adelaide.
Many of them have been demonstrating in cities around the world, including London and Washington DC.
They also have held demonstrations in Canberra, Sydney and Perth.
“Theres another set of issues that we have to deal with.
We are the only big city in Australia that has not done something about housing,” Mr Harris said.
‘It’s a real problem’Mr Williams said the protestors were protesting against the increased cost of living and the lack of affordable housing in town.
“It’s not just the people here who are suffering, it’s all the other people,” he said.’
It makes us feel like we’re living in a prison’The town council has not issued a statement on the protest, but a number of residents told news.com.au they were “horrified” and “sickened” by the protest.
In a statement released through the town council on Wednesday, it said the town had a long-standing policy of supporting “developers and homeownership”.
“We have had some very negative experiences in recent years with the construction industry,” the statement said.
“We know the costs of building homes and housing and that is a real issue for all New South Australians.”
“However, we have supported the development and the development of other businesses, particularly construction.”
Our town is proud to have had over 1,000 projects built during the last five years and this is testament to our ability to deliver high-quality construction jobs to people.