An edited version of Wendy Bacon's submission to Federal Department of Environment on NSW RMS referral of a threat to endangered species from Westconnex
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Short Guide to NSW government's Westconnex EIS process
A brief introduction to the Westconnex EIS process
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Baird government fails transparency test
Based on my own experiences, I'm not surprised that the NSW public is losing trust in the Baird government's commitment to transparency and open access.
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Community summit calls for Parliamentary Inquiry into NSW Crown land
A coalition of community groups campaigning to protect public land called for a full parliamentary inquiry into the management of Crown land last night.
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Review finds evidence of corruption in Paddo Bowls dealings
A review of Crown Land dealings with the Paddington Bowling Club has found evidence that an ex-senior Crown Lands officer may have acted "corruptly"
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Minister Gay urged to ‘catch a train to the 21st century’
Inner West residents packed into Leichhardt Town Hall in June to call for a halt to the Westconnex project a parliamentary inquiry has been held.
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Last drinks at Paddo Bowls?
With its old management facing criminal charges and its business model broken due to tight alcohol restrictions, Paddington Bowls has closed its doors.
№ 4 in Lynas and its missing waste plan
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Westconnex EIS company is heavily involved in pushing motorway forward
NSW government is paying millions to global company AECOM to prepare an EIS for the Westconnex motorway. The same company is already helping build it.
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Stop Killing Women - Speech for vigil
This story is based on a speech for Students for Women's Only Services vigil 'Stop Killing Women' held on May 25 at UTS.
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№ 6 in Winning on Welfare Street
Bruce's Home was his Castle, Until NSW Govt Sold It Out From Under Him
Bruce Begnell knew he owned his home in Welfare Street but couldn't prove it until some old records were unearthed from the NSW State Archives.