Former news anchor wins bitter two-year legal battle with Brisbane neighbour ...

Millionaire neighbour wins bitter two-year legal battle to force mother to trim her 30m gum tree for safety reasons - but she says it's because he wants to enjoy the city views Tabitha Pendlebury has been ordered to prune a 30-metre eucalyptus tree Matter found itself in front of the Queensland Civil and Administrative Tribunal  Former news anchor Bill McDonald said he wanted tree removed for son's safety  Ms Pendlebury claimed he wanted it cut down because it blocked city views 

By Zoe Zaczek For Daily Mail Australia

Published: 00:57 BST, 8 July 2019 | Updated: 00:57 BST, 8 July 2019

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A former Chanel Seven anchor has won a bitter two-year legal battle with his neighbour over a 30-metre eucalyptus tree.

Tabitha Pendlebury was ordered to prune the tree for 'hazard reduction' after the matter found itself in front of the Queensland Civil and Administrative Tribunal in May.

Journalist Bill McDonald said he wanted the gum removed to keep his eight-year-old son James safe from falling branches at their Windsor home, in Brisbane's inner-north.

A former Chanel Seven anchor has won a bitter two-year legal battle with his neighbour over a 30-metre eucalyptus tree

A former Chanel Seven anchor has won a bitter two-year legal battle with his neighbour over a 30-metre eucalyptus tree

Tabitha Pendlebury was ordered to prune the tree for 'hazard reduction' after the matter found itself in front of the Queensland Civil and Administrative Tribunal in May

Tabitha Pendlebury was ordered to prune the tree for 'hazard reduction' after the matter found itself in front of the

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