Students push for safe spaces for recreational hooning

By Charlie Goldberg

“A team of students from Keilor believe they have a solution to the state’s hooning problem, which they are taking to parliament.

Despite increasingly harsh laws against anti-social driving in Victoria, hooning is still common in many towns and suburbs across the state.

A team of six students from Overnewton Anglican Community College will present a bill calling for the development of safe spaces for recreational hooning to the YMCA Youth Parliament – a parliament sitting made up of 120 of their peers from across Victoria.

They say their proposal will reduce levels of dangerous and disruptive driving in communities.”

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