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Sunshine Coast Broadcasters Ltd v Duncan (1988) 83 ALR 121

The case of Sunshine Coast Broadcasters Ltd v Duncan (1988) 83 ALR 121 considered the issue of irrationality and whether or not a decision to prevent a radio station from broadcasting to a regional area was valid and justified.

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Sunshine Coast Broadcasters Ltd v Duncan (1988) 83 ALR 121
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