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State government accused of showing ‘true colours’ to music industry

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The entertainment industry is frustrated it must regress to a reduced a capacity while the NRL Grand Final will go ahead.

In light of six active coronavirus clusters in Queensland, venues in some LGAs must return to the one person per four square metre rule.

However, almost 40,000 people will stream into Suncorp Stadium on Sunday.

The Triff’d owner John ‘JC’ Collins says there’s a double standard.

“I just think it’s a bit unfair how our industry gets clipped again,” he told Neil Breen. “And for what reason?

“The state government’s show their true colours with regards to where they think sport and entertainment is.”

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