Commenting on the story: Hutt St Centre incorrectly blamed for crime: SA Police
I’m immensely pleased with the article regarding the allegations about the Hutt St Centre and various crimes.
I live about 200 metres from the Hutt St centre and pass by the area many times at all times of the day and night.
I have never seen or been involved with any of the supposed behaviours or offences.
From the time that the story hit various media outlets I, and many local tenants, saw that it was a beat-up with no evidence.
Thanks to the police investigations, a group of traders who staunchly defended the people who were being supported by the Hutt St Centre, amd so many local residents who knew this story was bs right from the beginning.
Personally I am profoundly grateful for Hutt St Centre’s presence, and all the kind and loving reachout to people who are doing it rough. – Mace Boston
Thank you for giving us a truthful article about the Hutt Street Centre.
This is media doing its job well – debunking the misinformation with truth, from people who know the truth.
The Hutt Street Centre is a remarkable place, as many in the community know.
Five thousand people recently took part in the Walk a Mile in My Shoes fundraiser.
Proof that the generous and respectful work of staff and volunteers is valued by those who access the service and the wider community. – Maurice Shinnick
Commenting on the story: Driver’s licences uploaded to national facial recognition database
We were criticising the Chinese for their facial recognition technology only last year! – Paul Andrew
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