In July 1975, Kings Cross anti-development campaigner Juanita Nielsen was disappeared. She was murdered as a result of her opposition to the development of Victoria Street. This post includes some shots of her newspaper and two others that were produced in protest against her disappearance.
№ 3 in Lynas and its missing waste plan
Malaysian Police Still Holding Sydney Rare Earth Mining Protestor
Natalie Lowrey, a Sydney-based environmental defender, remains in Malaysian police custody after a weekend anti-mining protest.
Phone Hacking Trial Ends, But The Questions Remain
The 'media trial of the century' may be over in Britain, but in Australia, there's more questions than answers, writes Wendy Bacon.
№ 5 in Public Land is Our Land
Why won't NSW government come clean on the Talus Trust?
A Sydney lawyer has accused the NSW LNP government of misleading the NSW parliament about its knowledge of a legal opinion from a renowned trust lawyer.
Wran, The Balmain Boy Gone Bad
If you believe the generous tributes to Neville Wran, NSW under his government was a paradise. In reality, corruption and dirty deals were rife, writes NM contributing editor Wendy Bacon.
№ 10 in Packer’s Sydney Casino
What did Sinodinos, Packer and O'Farrell chat about at Rockpools? Kaye hits a nerve
For a party that was swept to power on a platform of anti corruption and transparency, the NSW Liberal Party is looking very grubby today.
№ 4 in Public Land is Our Land
Top bureaucrat to review Crown land decision – and some very surprising answers
№ 3 in Public Land is Our Land
How did valuable public land end up in developer's hands? Minister Stoner reviews the deal
NSW Minister for Trade and Investment Andrew Stoner has announced a review of dealings between NSW Crown Lands and the Paddington Bowling Club
№ 9 in Packer’s Sydney Casino
Packer and Sinodinos - an intriguing Rockpool lunch
There's a small issue that has been niggling at me all week. It's about Sinodinos and Packer.
Why I Supported March In March
March in March was a resounding success because of its diversity, not in spite of it. It should move us to do more for those suffering under Tony Abbott, writes NM contributing editor Wendy Bacon.