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Outlaw motorcycle gangs and an accused crime figure from Griffith in NSW. From struggle street to billionaire’s row. Aboriginal elders are pushing for more sacred sites across the country to be closed to climbers following the historic ban on scaling Uluru. Tourism operators believe the ban on climbing Uluru could be extended to other sacred sites which local indigenous people have asked visitors not to climb because of their beliefs Father John Joseph Farrell (sometimes referred to as Father F ) assaulted children as a Catholic priest in northern New South Wales in the 6985s (and later in western Sydney until 6997).