Govt asked to intervene over shocking living conditions at Windang's Oasis Village caravan park

Kate McIlwain
By Kate McIlwain
Updated February 28 2022 - 10:00am, first published 7:30am
'Enough is enough': Residents at Windang's Oasis Village have been buoyed by moves in State Parliament to have an administrator appointed. Picture: Robert Peet.

The NSW Government has been asked to intervene in the increasingly fraught situation at Windang's Oasis village, after interactions between the caravan park's owner and residents reached breaking point.

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Kate McIlwain

Kate McIlwain

Journalist

For the past 11 years, I've helped the Illawarra Mercury set the news agenda across the region. In that time I've covered breaking news, education, politics, urban affairs, council, environment, data journalism and development news. More recently, I became the paper's health reporter - covering the stories of Illawarra workers and residents two years into a global pandemic and at a time where our health systems are stretched to the limit.

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