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Victory for terrorised tenants

<p><span>A family who claimed their Christmas was ruined after their landlords began camping out in their backyard have had a surprising development.</span><br /><br /><span>Nicky and William first made headlines when they spoke out about their landlord refusing to leave the backyard of their home, claiming it left them traumatised.</span><br /><br /><span>However, local council have since come to the family's aid, advising the landlord their stay was no longer permissible and could result in an infringement notice.</span><br /><br /><span>The council told 9News that the landlord has since returned to Sydney and does not plan to repeat their cruel conduct.</span></p> <p><img style="width: 500px; height: 281.25px;" src="https://oversixtydev.blob.core.windows.net/media/7839492/landlord-tenant.jpg" alt="" data-udi="umb://media/bc13f56064644c8aa22aa23e179e33c7" /><br /><br /><span>The couple's fallout with their landlord Pascale Hubert and her partner began after Nicky received a shock text on Christmas night.</span><br /><br /><span>Ms Hubert advised the family that the couple would now be occupying the backyard.</span><br /><br /><span>"The text message said, 'Dear Nicky and William, I am the owner' … there was no names, no introductions, anything like that and it just said, 'as of tonight I will be occupying the rear yard'," Nicky told <em>A Current Affair</em> at the time.</span></p> <p><img style="width: 500px; height: 281.25px;" src="https://oversixtydev.blob.core.windows.net/media/7839491/landlord-tenant-1.jpg" alt="" data-udi="umb://media/7b004ccc23ba42b286c0a83e2eede300" /><br /><br /><span>The couple soon found Ms Hubert and her partner near the rear end of the property with a camp set up.</span><br /><br /><span>Nicky and William said the campsite at the back of the property had a shed, however there was no running water or toilet.</span><br /><br /><span>It left the couple wondering where exactly they were leaving their bodily waste.</span><br /><img style="width: 500px; height: 281.25px;" src="https://oversixtydev.blob.core.windows.net/media/7839492/landlord-tenant.jpg" alt="" data-udi="umb://media/bc13f56064644c8aa22aa23e179e33c7" /><br /><span>"I noticed they've got a bucket, been doing poos and wees in the bucket. It's disgusting," William said.</span><br /><br /><span>Nicky and William also claimed the landlord's partner was aggressive and that they had filmed the family in their own home.</span><br /><br /><span>Not only that, but the couple claim their trampoline was dragged out of the backyard, and reinforcements were put in place when the couple tried to ask for help.</span><br /><br /><span>Police had no idea how to handle the situation, and even the real estate agent managing over the property was stunned when they heard of the backyard bust up.</span><br /><br /><span>Funnily enough, the backyard is not part of the lease, but it is all on the one title.</span><br /><br /><span>"They can actually stay on the property in a tent for two days at a time, so they're allowed to stay here in the backyard for two days at a time but no more than 60 days in a 12-month period," Nicky said.</span><br /><br /><span>In a statement to <em>A Current Affair</em> Clarence Valley Council said: "They were advised that occupying the property for longer than is permissible may result in Council issuing an infringement notice."</span><br /><br /><span>"Mrs. Hubert contacted us immediately on receipt of the letter to advise she was unaware of the regulation and apologised for staying longer than permissible."</span><br /><br /><span>The couple's lease ends in April and they're now looking for a new place to live.</span></p> <p><img style="width: 500px; height: 281.25px;" src="https://oversixtydev.blob.core.windows.net/media/7839493/landlord-tenant-2.jpg" alt="" data-udi="umb://media/e484bc0a393041b796448c98e2916ae7" /><br /><br /><span>The full statement from Laura Black, the Acting General Manager of Clarence Valley Council, as provided by Nine News reads:</span><br /><br /><span>“On Thursday 7 January we issued advice to the property owner of ... Clause 77 of the Local Government (Manufactured Home Estates, Caravan Parks, Camping Grounds and Moveable Dwellings) Regulation 2005, which states that</span><br /><span>'The prior approval of the council is not required for: (a) the installation of not more than 2 caravans, campervans or tents on any land, so long as they are not occupied for more than 2 days at a time and are not occupied for more than 60 days (in total) in any single period of 12 months'.</span><br /><br /><span>“They were advised that occupying the property for longer than is permissible may result in Council issuing an infringement notice.</span><br /><br /><span>“Mrs Hubert contacted us immediately on receipt of the letter to advise she was unaware of the Regulation and apologised for staying longer than permissible. She and her husband had by then returned to Sydney and do not plan to return and repeat offend.</span><br /><br /><span>“We also advised the tenants of ... of the action taken.</span><br /><br /><span>“We will work together with local real estate agents to help them to better understand the rules around camping on private property. The attached fact sheet with more information is available to the community on our website.”</span></p>

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"That smell!": Permanent portaloo upsets neighbours

<p>NSW Central Coast residents are furious with their neighbour who abandoned a caravan and portaloo five years ago in their suburban street.</p> <p>The caravan is on an overgrown section on the street, but it's the portaloo that infuriates neighbours.</p> <p>"Disgusting, absolutely disgusting," neighbour Kylie Griffith told<span> </span><em>A Current Affair.</em></p> <p>"It looks like a bogan's house, like someone that doesn't care for it."</p> <p>Although things are bad now, they were worse when owner Hervander Bhandari was living there.</p> <p>He submitted plans to build a grand home after buying the site for $135,000 in 2014.</p> <p>"It was five storeys high," neighbour Stephen Crampton said.</p> <p>"The bricks turned up, the portaloo and virtually he was staying in it all the time."</p> <p>Neighbours were disgusted as they watched his personal routine, which included showering with a garden hose.</p> <p>That didn't bother them as much as the smell from the portaloo.</p> <p>"When he flushed the toilet, the water used to come back out of the port skip here and down the roadway, down his block of land into the neighbour's driveway, down the gutter and into the stormwater," Mr Crampton said.</p> <p>"It was disgusting. It was shocking. You would go, 'oh no, not again, that smell'.</p> <p>"We would have to have all our windows up and everything, we couldn't put up with it."</p> <p>Mr Crampton had enough and contacted the Central Coast Council, who instructed him to keep a diary of his movements.</p> <p>After enough evidence, the council took Mr Bhandari to the NSW Land and Environment Court, claiming that his living situation was illegal.</p> <p>Mr Bhandari told the court he has no interest in taking part in the case and it's currently understood that he has moved home to India.</p> <p>The Central Coast Council has said that Mr Bhandari has until January 17th to clean up the site before council moves in.</p> <p>Neighbours are upset at the decision as the council has told them they will only remove the portaloo, which means that the stack of bricks and the caravan will stay on the land.</p> <p>"They need to get rid of that stinking old caravan cause the smell is still here," Mr Crampton said.</p>

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Tenant horror as landlord moves into backyard: “Our children are terrified”

<p>A Yamba-based family have admitted their Christmas was swiftly ruined after their landlord set up camp in their backyard.</p> <p>Nicky and William told<em> A Current Affair</em> what they thought would be a peaceful stay at the rental home with their three kids has quickly soured into a “traumatic” experience for the family, because “nobody can help” them.</p> <p>Landlord Pascale Hubert and her partner pitched a tent in the backyard of the rental property on Christmas evening, refusing to leave the premises and had even gone as far to film the family while they were inside the home.</p> <p>"Listen here s--- for brains, I've given you a warning, move that frigging car now you are in big s---," the landlord's husband is heard saying in phone footage obtained by reporters.</p> <p>"Our children are terrified, they keep asking, "who are they?" and we can't give them any answers," Nicky said.</p> <p>The couple had both lost their jobs to COVID-19 but quickly hope was restored when Nicky landed a job at a hospital in north coast of NSW.</p> <p><img style="width: 500px; height: 281.25px;" src="https://oversixtydev.blob.core.windows.net/media/7839361/landlord-tenant-2.jpg" alt="" data-udi="umb://media/99aa2817ee754fcdbf1a82d8849449dd" /></p> <p>They signed a lease for a rental at $560 a week.</p> <p>Just two months into their stay, Nicky says she was shocked when she received a text message from her landlord on December 25 telling her she and her partner would be living in the backyard.</p> <p>"The text message said, 'Dear Nicky and William, I am the owner' … there was no names, no introductions, anything like that and it just said, 'as of tonight I will be occupying the rear yard'," Nicky said.</p> <p>The tenants then came home to find that their landlord and her partner had set up camp at the rear of the property.</p> <p>The section is one title and while it hasn't been subdivided, a partial existing fence separates Nicky and William's home from the backyard – which is easily accessible through a side gate.</p> <p>To make matters worse for the couple, there is no running water or toilet in the backyard.</p> <p>"I noticed they've got a bucket, been doing poos and wees in the bucket. It's disgusting. I just want to know where they're emptying it. They've got to empty it somewhere, don't they?" William said.</p> <p><img style="width: 500px; height: 281.25px;" src="https://oversixtydev.blob.core.windows.net/media/7839363/landlord-tenant.jpg" alt="" data-udi="umb://media/1f148998890445659efd6b4060ed6eb5" /></p> <p>Jess claimed the landlords' partner "was very aggressive from the start".</p> <p>"I heard an altercation and my husband said, wow it's the owners. They've turned up," she said.</p> <p>The partner of the landlord had dragged the trampoline out of the backyard and installed gate reinforcements, while the couple desperately made calls for help.</p> <p>"It's completely bizarre to everybody we tell. Police and real estate don't know what to do. We can't contact council because of Christmas, but it's day 11 of them living in the backyard," Nicky said.</p> <p>When reporter Steve Marshall asked about the situation, the landlord told him they were “not squatting in the backyard” as the home was “not rented with the backyard.”</p> <p>The rental lease does confirm that the properties backyard was not included as part of the listing, but Nicky says she was told the “owners don’t live here” and only wanted access to the shed for storage with “adequate notice” being given first.</p> <p>"Regardless of them being able to access the back shed, they need to give us at least seven days' notice to come access the property - let alone camp in it," Nicky said.</p> <p><img style="width: 500px; height: 281.25px;" src="https://oversixtydev.blob.core.windows.net/media/7839362/landlord-tenant-1.jpg" alt="" data-udi="umb://media/4b27e31ee9674bdb85b110a816e13d87" /></p> <p>"The police are telling us that the real estate should be physically removing these people and the real estate are saying they can't do that."</p> <p>The landlord who usually lives in Sydney said they may be in the backyard to stay.</p> <p>"At the end of April, we're not going to take a tenant anymore and we're just going to start building," Ms Hubert said.</p> <p>"It could be that the landlord is trespassing whenever they go across that driveway area because they are entering into a place that they've given someone else procession," Leo Patterson Ross from The Tenants Union of NSW told <em>A Current Affair.</em></p> <p>"At the end of the day while the lease says that the backyard isn't included the landlord has to go down the driveway that the lease doesn't talk about and what the lease also promises the tenant is reasonable peace, comfort and privacy in their home."</p>

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Incredible detail in home listing goes viral

<p><span>While many who have sold a home would say it is no easy feat, they may not have considered providing the perfect addition to make sure the world sees it.</span><br /><br /><span>A US$1,689,000 (AU$2,196,000) home has hit the market, and while the large Californian property is a beauty in itself with a huge yard, five bedrooms and five and a half bathrooms – there was one special detail in the home photos that sent the listing absolutely viral.</span></p> <blockquote style="background: #FFF; border: 0; border-radius: 3px; box-shadow: 0 0 1px 0 rgba(0,0,0,0.5),0 1px 10px 0 rgba(0,0,0,0.15); margin: 1px; max-width: 540px; min-width: 326px; padding: 0; width: calc(100% - 2px);" class="instagram-media" data-instgrm-permalink="https://www.instagram.com/p/CJlxPn5gd2M/?utm_source=ig_embed&amp;utm_campaign=loading" data-instgrm-version="13"> <div style="padding: 16px;"> <div style="display: flex; flex-direction: row; align-items: center;"> <div style="background-color: #f4f4f4; border-radius: 50%; flex-grow: 0; height: 40px; margin-right: 14px; width: 40px;"></div> <div style="display: flex; flex-direction: column; flex-grow: 1; justify-content: center;"> <div style="background-color: #f4f4f4; border-radius: 4px; flex-grow: 0; height: 14px; margin-bottom: 6px; width: 100px;"></div> <div style="background-color: #f4f4f4; border-radius: 4px; flex-grow: 0; height: 14px; width: 60px;"></div> </div> </div> <div style="padding: 19% 0;"></div> <div style="display: block; height: 50px; margin: 0 auto 12px; width: 50px;"></div> <div style="padding-top: 8px;"> <div style="color: #3897f0; font-family: Arial,sans-serif; font-size: 14px; font-style: normal; font-weight: 550; line-height: 18px;">View this post on Instagram</div> </div> <p style="color: #c9c8cd; font-family: Arial,sans-serif; font-size: 14px; line-height: 17px; margin-bottom: 0; margin-top: 8px; overflow: hidden; padding: 8px 0 7px; text-align: center; text-overflow: ellipsis; white-space: nowrap;"><a style="color: #c9c8cd; font-family: Arial,sans-serif; font-size: 14px; font-style: normal; font-weight: normal; line-height: 17px; text-decoration: none;" rel="noopener" href="https://www.instagram.com/p/CJlxPn5gd2M/?utm_source=ig_embed&amp;utm_campaign=loading" target="_blank">A post shared by Zillow Gone Wild (@zillowgonewild)</a></p> </div> </blockquote> <p><br /><span>Thirty of the 33 photos feature a small dog, whether lazing on the floor, propped sitting at the office desk or resting in the bathtub.</span><br /><br /><span>“This custom home features two master suites, grand living areas highlighted with open floorplans and towering ceilings, extensive redwood decking, 5-space garage with full bathroom, huge service-yard for trailers, boats and other big ‘toys’, and there’s even an apartment for your caretaker or guests. Lots and lots of extra ‘bells and whistles’ too,” the listing on Remax Accord reads.</span><br /><br /><span>The listing quickly became viral, with fans claiming they would “buy anything from that dog”, on the real estate Instagram account Zillow Gone Wild.</span><br /><br /><span>“This isn’t a house, it’s a home,” one person said.</span><br /><br /><span>“Does the dog come with the house or is this a no deal?” another asked.</span></p>

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War hero Ben Roberts-Smith lists breathtaking Queensland estate

<p>Embattled war hero Ben Roberts-Smith has listed his breathtaking Queensland hinterland estate, just days after he denied any war crime allegations.</p> <p>Roberts-Smith bought the five-bedroom, two-storey home in Ilkley in the Sunshine Coast hinterland for $1.45 million in 2015.</p> <p>The sprawling property however has undergone numerous renovations and is now set to fetch more than its selling price when it goes to auction next month.</p> <p>The Victoria Cross recipient and his family fell in love with the property’s private setting when they moved to the Sunshine Coast to pursue a work opportunity five years ago.</p> <p>“It’s a magnificent area and a beautiful home,” the couple said.</p> <p>“Unfortunately due to changes in our employment, lifestyle and our children’s school, the time is right for us to move back to Brisbane and to sell.”</p> <p>The family got to work in 2015 and built an outdoor area featuring an infinity pool and pool house with a barbecue, kitchen and dining setting.</p> <p>Ray White Buderim agent Kathryn Willshire said that the Ilkley Road property is one of the best acreage estates in the region.</p> <p>“Ilkley is just eight minutes from Buderim, which is one of the most popular home buying destinations in all of Queensland,” Ms Willshire said.</p> <p>“Everyone is looking for a tree change or a sea change in 2020 and here you can have the best of both worlds as it’s only 20 minutes to the beach, yet set in a stunning bush environment.”</p> <p>The private-gated, two-storey home boats five bedrooms and four bathrooms, and sits on a huge 3.5ha block.</p> <p>“The view is arguably one of the most breathtaking settings I have ever seen,” Ms Willshire said.</p> <p>“The owners have created a formal manicured garden brimming full of roses and gardenias.</p> <p>“The elaborate formal dining area overlooks a charming internal French Provincial inspired courtyard.”</p> <p>Sunshine Coast hinterland properties have been in strong demand with buyers seeking a treechange since COVID-19.</p> <p>Mr Roberts-Smith’s listing of his family home follows just days after the release of a damning inquiry into the behaviour of elite Australian troops in the Middle East.</p> <p>Mr Roberts-Smith has denied any wrongdoing during his time in Afghanistan or Iraq.</p>

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Who is Danny Wallis? The man who bought three houses on The Block

<p>Danny Wallis, a super-rich IT entrepreneur, dominated The Block's auction day and snapped up three out of four houses for almost $12 million.</p> <p>He offered "insane" bids on each house, which led to jaw-dropping moments for the excited contestants.</p> <p>Even host Scott Cam was surprised, as he said that it was "the most unbelievable day in Block history".</p> <p>Fans of the renovation show will remember Wallis, as he's bought Mitch and Mark's property last season for a cool $3.374 million and bidding on all five properties.</p> <p>However, despite his love of buying houses from the TV show, he's insisted he's never watched the show.</p> <p>This didn't stop him from being called a "bit of a nuisance" by Block buyer's advocate Frank Valentic.</p> <p>“I’ve never been at an auction where people get five minutes think time,”<span> </span><a rel="noopener" href="https://www.realestate.com.au/news/the-block-2019-the-man-who-bought-mitch-and-marks-property/?rsf=syn:news:nca:news:spa" target="_blank">he said</a>.</p> <p>“Danny is a local businessman here in Melbourne … We’ve seen him at a<span> </span><em>Block</em><span> </span>auction before, and he has a tactic of confusing everyone in the crowd,”<span> </span><em>Block</em><span> </span>presenter Shelley Craft explained during last year’s finale, after Wallis offered a bid that left the auctioneer flummoxed: $3,308,050. The auctioneer quipped that it was “$3,308,000 and half a litre of petrol.”</p> <p>Despite his showboating antics, Wallis has plans for the South Australian farmer couple's home.</p> <p>He's going to donate the home to My Room Children's Cancer Charity.</p> <p>“What an amazing day it was and a real thrill to buy the three houses. I was so impressed with the builds this year, the location in Brighton, and the potential as an investor for the properties in the future,” Wallis said in a statement released by Nine.</p> <p>“The My Room Children’s Cancer Charity do so many wonderful things for sick children and their families, and they will benefit so much from having access to Daniel and Jade’s amazing home.</p> <p>“It is made extra special for me because I know Daniel and Jade have been through so much with their daughter Isla over the years, in and out of hospital, and they will understand just how important the house will be for My Room and all the incredible work they do for sick children and their families.”</p> <p><em>Photo credits:<span> </span></em><a rel="noopener" href="https://www.news.com.au/entertainment/tv/reality-tv/danny-wallis-who-is-the-blocks-controversial-12m-megabuyer/news-story/6979af8f4e65cf58f8ac741bd8747351" target="_blank"><em>news.com.au</em></a></p>

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Ever wanted to own a real castle?

<p>A unique home on the North Shore has hit the market, and it is expected to topple price records because there is not much quite like it in the quiet pocked of Sydney. The century-old castle in was built more than 100 years ago and is up to buy for over $25 million – and it is expected to go quickly.</p> <p>Innisfallen Castle has stood overlooking the serene Sydney water for over 100 years and in that time has had just two owners.</p> <p>The property was listed on the <a rel="noopener" href="https://www.environment.nsw.gov.au/heritageapp/ViewHeritageItemDetails.aspx?ID=5045027" target="_blank" title="">NSW State Heritage Register</a> on 2 April 1999, making its preservation a top priority and solidifying the home as a permanent slice of history.</p> <p>Innisfallen castle is a remnant of a bygone British era, sandwiched between the Aussie bush and glorious Sydney Harbour.</p> <p>Inside the home, there is a grand entrance that backs on to a staircase, which in turn leads up to a stone turnet that offers million-dollar 360-degree views of Sydney.</p> <p>The castle has not permanently stayed in the past though and has had minor upgrades that include a wine cellar, a gym and even a perfect space for a sauna underground.</p> <p>The interior rooms reach just a little over four metres high and have late Victorian-style interiors.</p> <p>Despite having modern fixtures added in the castle throughout the years, the decorations and styling has largely remained the same since the house was built – including the plasterwork and stained glass.</p> <p>The heritage listed castle was made in 1902 from sandstone that was quarried on the site.</p> <p>The property now sits on 8000 square metres of land and was named after a ruined Abbey at Killarney in Ireland and means 'Isle of the Field.</p> <p>The first owner was Henry Willis - a federal politician who went on to pass it down to his son.</p> <p><em>Images: Channel Nine</em></p>

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Rare home with rich WWII history hits market

<p><span>A historic home that was once used as the headquarters of the US central Bureau has hit the market, becoming one of the rarest properties available.</span><br /><br /><span>Nyrambla, a stunning, antique hillside estate built in 1885 at 21 Henry Street, Ascot, was owned by Brisbane socialite Andree Daws.</span><br /><br /><span>Mrs Daws, who was married to acclaimed artist Lawrence Daws, Kemp the historic property in pristine condition until she died in August.</span><br /><br /><span>The home was first bought by Mrs Daws’s grandfather George Willoughby Whatmore in the 1920s.</span><br /><br /><span>It eventually was converted into flats after he died in 1929.</span><br /><br /><span>Computers were set up in Nyrambla’s garage, are were used to crack enemy codes during the war.</span><br /><br /><span>Remarkably enough, in April 1943 these computers intercepted and decoded a Japanese signal that lead to the ambush and death of Admiral Yamamoto, who oversaw the attack on Pearl Harbour.</span><br /><br /><span>The bureau stayed in situ at Nyrambla until 1945.</span><br /><br /><span>Mrs Daws married Lawrence, her fifth husband, in 2013 and went on to turn a part of Nyrambla into an art studio for him.</span><br /><br /><span>His works hang in public collections around the world, including at the National Gallery of Australia, Tate Gallery inLondon and Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art in Edinburgh.</span><br /><br /><span>Some of his paintings also adorned the stunning coloured walls of Nyrambla.</span><br /><br /><span>The home is being sold through expressions of interest.</span></p>

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See inside Matt Damon’s $22 million Byron Bay beach pad

<p>Matt Damon and his family have been welcomed with open arms by the closely-knit beach town of Byron Bay, NSW.</p> <p>To seal in their spot as residents, the actor has reportedly scooped up a $22 million mansion in the area.</p> <p>The unbelievable home was snapped up after a little over four days on the market,<span> </span><a rel="noopener" href="https://www.dailytelegraph.com.au/entertainment/oscarwinner-matt-damon-rumoured-buyer-of-22m-byron-bay-home/news-story/bb64832c4ae44fe83b48b34dca23f5ec" target="_blank"><em>The Daily Telegraph</em></a><span> </span>reported.</p> <p>While it has not been confirmed if the Hollywood heavyweight added the five bedroom property under his belt, he is a heavy contender.</p> <p>The home has sweeping views that overlooks Wategos Beach and is regarded as the of the area's most prestigious homes.</p> <p>In the middle of a quiet coastal town, the incredible property has all the bells and whistles including a heated infinity pool, tall ceilings and open spaces to host large gatherings. </p> <p>The property also offers three bathrooms and three car spaces.  </p> <p>The Los Angeles based actor was spotted with his wife and three children holidaying in the coastal town in 2019 and rumours have ignited as to whether the family would be settling down.</p> <p>In 2019, Matt reportedly rented out the $4 million ($3.07m USD) property directly next door to Chris Hemsworth's property.</p>

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Tools down! The Block's Scott Cam says he "needs to slow down"

<div class="post_body_wrapper"> <div class="post_body"> <div class="body_text redactor-styles redactor-in"> <p>Scott Cam, the award-winning host of <em>The Block</em> has had a tough 2020 like the rest of us.</p> <p>The seasons just keep getting more challenging for the star and it's got him considering hanging up his nail bag.</p> <p>"Ah, the old nail bag!" Cam, 58, says to <a href="https://www.nowtolove.com.au/lifestyle/career/scott-cam-retiring-the-block-65770"><em>TV WEEK</em></a> over the phone. "I did a lot of work in lockdown and I had the bag on every day. I did one of the bedrooms at home, I enclosed the verandah and things like that… but I do need to slow down as time goes on.</p> <p>"I'm heading toward 60 and you've got to slow down when it comes down to those tools. You can't be swinging the hammer like you used to!"</p> <p>However, he's confirmed to fans that he's not retiring anytime soon.</p> <p>"I mean, what a job!" he exclaims. "What a job to come to work on a building site with all your mates, hang out for three months and build an incredible show, houses or units - then sit down and watch it!"</p> <p>After being scouted by a TV producer in a pub, Cam has made "about ten" different building-style shows for the Nine network.</p> <p>"It's always up my alley, talking about building and working on the tools – I'm probably a bit old to be working on the tools, I like supervising and pointing the finger these days - but it's been fantastic and I'm very lucky to be still there 20 years down the track."</p> </div> </div> </div>

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