Why can’t the Government be trusted to protect consumers from advertising?

  • September 23, 2021

I had to take a walk with a friend on the first day of winter when I got my first Christmas tree.

My friend, who works for the local council, had been warned by his colleague about the risks of outdoor advertising.

They told him to not do it.

And I didn’t.

I was worried, because the city was getting a bit of a winter chill, and I didn’st want to see my friends’ tree turned into a commercial.

We did see the tree and it was absolutely gorgeous, but we didn’t want to make people nervous about advertising on the tree.

We did, however, get a good glimpse of some of the advertising on it.

The adverts looked like this: It was a beautiful sight.

But the adverts on the trees were advertising not for the tree itself, but for a company called Canaan, who had been advertising for a few months on the same street.

Canaan is a major car sticker company based in Brisbane, and it has been in the business for about 50 years.

Its products range from car covers to stickers, and its main business is in Brisbane’s inner west.

In December, the city’s local council issued a report about outdoor advertising on public property.

The council recommended that public bodies regulate what outdoor advertising is and is not allowed.

One of the recommendations is that advertising should be limited to “commercial uses only”, and that the ad should only be on public buildings or other public buildings, not on property where people are allowed to park.

I had already read that Canaan was going to advertise on the street in my area, so I decided to take the advice to heart.

But I was disappointed that the council’s report didn’t say that Canavan had to give a reason for their adverts.

The report stated: “The council has identified that Canacon is not authorised to advertise in the City of Brisbane.

“This includes the area bounded by the North and South Circular Quays and the South Brisbane City Council’s Public Works Park, which is bounded by two separate roadways. “

“Further, the area between the South Circul Quays North Circular Road and the North Circul Square, and the areas between the North-East and South-East Circular Roads, are not designated as public parks. “

“In addition, there is an area in the vicinity of the South-South Circular Square, which the council does not know of, that is not designated for advertising.””

The council also acknowledges that the City Council may have jurisdiction over the surrounding property that is within the boundaries of the Public Works Parking Areas.” “

In addition, there is an area in the vicinity of the South-South Circular Square, which the council does not know of, that is not designated for advertising.”

The council also acknowledges that the City Council may have jurisdiction over the surrounding property that is within the boundaries of the Public Works Parking Areas.

“In the report, the City council’s deputy manager of communications, Craig MacLennan, said the council was looking into advertising on private property in the CBD.

He said he could not comment on the councils investigation, but said that if the council did decide to regulate the industry, it would look at how other cities had done it.

A spokeswoman for the council said it was reviewing the report and would be consulting with the industry about what it could do to improve its advertising practices.

As I walked past the tree in my neighbourhood, I was surprised at the amount of advertising that was on the property.

It wasn’t just the advertising for the company, but the advertising that I had seen that was for Canaan itself.

After walking past the ad, I started to notice a different type of advertising on other buildings.

For instance, when I drove past the car stickers on the driveway, there were several of them, one for each vehicle in my car.

At the end of the driveway was a car sticker for a Hyundai car.

The car was covered with a banner advertising the company.

Another billboard on the road showed a picture of a young girl on a horse.

The picture was of a woman with her face covered with red makeup.

These signs were very obvious advertising for Canão.

When I walked into a shop that was advertising the same car, there was a sign for a car and a sign that said ‘Advertise on public premises’.

I was also able to spot several signs for local brands, such as Grafton and Adriatic.

All of the signs I saw were from Canão, and they were all advertising on publicly owned property, which I did not expect to see in the same way.

If the council were to regulate Canão advertising, it wouldn’t be limited only to their advertising on properties in the outer CBD.

Many public places, such like the streets and parks, would