The NSW Berejiklian government announced last week that it plans to tear down and rebuild Sydney Cricket Ground Allianz stadium.
№ 20 in Inside Westconnex
Slippery politics around King street clearways
Newtown residents weren't surprised when the NSW government broke its promise that there would no clearways on King St.
№ 19 in Inside Westconnex
The road that keeps on tolling
When the first tollway fails to reduce traffic congestion, your next project comes into play. Tollways are the gift to the road lobby.
№ 18 in Inside Westconnex
Why were Westconnex contractors chosen to provide independent advice on Westconnex loan?
The Westconnex planning process is ridden with conflicts of interest. The recent Federal audit report provides more disturbing examples.
№ 15 in Public Land is Our Land
Crown Land Alliance letter to NSW Minister for Lands - Urgent Action Required
The Crown Land Alliance is calling on NSW MPs to defer the passing of the Crown Land Bill until 2017
№ 17 in Inside Westconnex
The political advantages of Lucy Turnbull
Lucy Turnbull supports the NSW government's development agenda including WestCONnex. If she didn't, she wouldn't be head of the Greater Sydney Commission
№ 16 in Inside Westconnex
How the Department of Planning botched public submissions for WestCONnex M4 East
On January 7, I laid a complaint against the NSW Department of Planning & Environment for its inequitable & sloppy handling of submissions to the M4East
№ 14 in Public Land is Our Land
Humpty's not so charitable return revisited
SMH's published but later removed a story about charity fundraising focussing on the Humpty Dumpty Foundation. I explain why I have republished the story.
M4 EIS company AECOM has major stake in Westconnex tollway project
AECOM was paid millions for the Westconnex M4 East tunnel EIS. Its critics are asking whether gaps & flaws in the EIS are due to conflicts of interest.
№ 15 in Inside Westconnex
Your Federal Westconnex dollars at work in the City of Marrickville
Westconnex's 'community information' kiosk at Marrickville Metro might be better described as publicly funded misinformation