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When you’re a member of the public: The truth behind the ‘No-Trespassing’ law

Posted May 03, 2019 09:20:53 A number of the nation’s biggest retailers are now offering free parking for people who sign up to be members of the national no-trespassing movement.

The idea is that it will reduce the number of people being ticketed and fined for not wearing a seat belt.

The National Park Service (NPS) says the idea is aimed at helping people with disabilities who want to park in the National Parks and other protected areas and for people with learning difficulties.

The NPS says the program was developed after people told them they were scared to walk around in the parks.

It says the NPS has been using it for about three years.

But it is not yet available to the public.

It has also been rolled out in Victoria, Western Australia and South Australia.

One of the parks where it has been rolled-out is the Great Barrier Reef, which is the biggest in the world.

The park has a total of 9.8 million visitors a year and is popular with families, as well as those visiting on foot.

Many of the people who have signed up have been wheelchair users, and some are also using the park for recreational purposes.

The Great Barrier is currently the busiest tourism site in Australia and has been since the early 1980s.

In 2016, it was the world’s fourth busiest tourist destination, according to the Australian Travel and Tourism Council.

Photo: Michael Clayton-Jones/AAP The National Park Services has also seen an increase in its number of wheelchair users.

The number of wheelchairs was up by more than 90 per cent in the first three months of 2019 compared to the same period last year.

The parks service says people with disability and those who can’t drive can now sign up for free.

It is not clear whether the free parking is limited to people with wheelchairs or those with other mobility-impaired needs.

The NPS said it would only offer the program to people who are members of an eligible group, but that those who have no such membership can still sign up.

Anyone who has been stopped by a police officer will need to get the consent of a police force officer to go to the nearest police station to report the incident.

The agency has also released information about the program, including where it can be accessed.

It said the information would help people who were driving or who were walking to find out if there were any other people who could help them get to their destination.

It also said that people could access the program on their smartphone or tablet.

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