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73 Heffernan Street the home of the Rebels

By johnboy 4 February 2013 6

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Justice Burns has allowed the appeal of G.B Seaars from the DUI conviction on the basis that it could have been any of the Rebels seen riding the bike.

Fun fact of the judgment is identifying 73 Heffernan Street as the Rebels clubhouse.


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LSWCHP 3:53 pm 05 Feb 13

Felix the Cat said :

p1 said :

I am curious to know the details of the property with respect to its zoning and its current land-use.

Can anyone (who can afford it) buy (or rent) a bit of commercial/retail space in Mitchell and run a private club for their friends?

Maybe you would prefer them to rent the house next door to you instead? What is wrong with them having a clubhouse in Mitchell? Plenty of other seedy establishments there already such as porn shops and brothels.

In fact, the Shooters Wholesale Warehouse have just relocated to a new shopfront down the road in Heffernan St. Bikies, guns and prostitution, all in one convenient location. 🙂

bundah 2:53 pm 05 Feb 13

Justice Burns gave the magistrate somewhat of a serve

‘ Few are as cognisant as I of the pressure of work in the Magistrates Court, but no workload can justify such an egregious failure to provide one of the basic obligations of procedural fairness. In itself, the Magistrate’s failure to give reasons constitutes an error of law, albeit one of which the appellant has not complained in these proceedings’

The mistake the cop made was allowing the Reb to enter the clubhouse because at that point all bets were off.It wasn’t me guv it was him so bugger off!

p1 2:20 pm 05 Feb 13

I’m not so much disputing the location of the club, as wondering if they have gone about operating it in accordance with the law? I suspect they have, since they obviously are the attention of the legal system from time to time.

Those other “dubious” businesses you mentioned are all required to meet certain standards, licencing, etc to run. Does a “social club for like minded motorcycle enthusiasts” fall under a specific business regulation?

Pitchka 1:04 pm 05 Feb 13

p1 said :

I am curious to know the details of the property with respect to its zoning and its current land-use.

Can anyone (who can afford it) buy (or rent) a bit of commercial/retail space in Mitchell and run a private club for their friends?

I believe that establishments such as tattoo parlours and gentleman clubs are generally owned/run by a certain local motorbike enthusiast club.

I also believe that brothels NOT owned or run by this same club, are paid ‘fees’ periodically to allow for the business to continue trading.

What sort of club are you referring to? Bridge club, or a Pommeranian Dog Owners club?

Felix the Cat 1:03 pm 05 Feb 13

p1 said :

I am curious to know the details of the property with respect to its zoning and its current land-use.

Can anyone (who can afford it) buy (or rent) a bit of commercial/retail space in Mitchell and run a private club for their friends?

Maybe you would prefer them to rent the house next door to you instead? What is wrong with them having a clubhouse in Mitchell? Plenty of other seedy establishments there already such as porn shops and brothels.

p1 11:38 am 05 Feb 13

I am curious to know the details of the property with respect to its zoning and its current land-use.

Can anyone (who can afford it) buy (or rent) a bit of commercial/retail space in Mitchell and run a private club for their friends?

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