№ 4 in Wading through greenwashing
Bingo plans major expansion while still under investigation for foul odours
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№ 40 in Inside Westconnex
№ 3 in NSW 2019 state election
Why wouldn't NSW Labor even cost what it would take to cancel Stage 3 of WestCONnex? Does part of the answer lie in Transurban donations?
№ 38 in Inside Westconnex
WestConnex Strathfield monitor was the only Sydney monitor to breach both PM 10 and PM 2.5 national limits in 2018.
№ 31 in Inside Westconnex
How can the community trust WestConnex air monitoring when NO2 spikes over several days and then disappears without explanation?
№ 27 in Inside Westconnex
Westconnex construction sites expose residents to dangerous levels of particulate matter.
№ 26 in Inside Westconnex
Air monitoring around WestConnex M4 East shows pollution levels above national standards & raises serious health concerns.
№ 25 in Inside Westconnex
Last week RMS submitted its massive Response to Submissions and Preferred Infrastructure Report on behalf of Sydney Motorway Corporation to NSW Planning.
№ 24 in Inside Westconnex
An apparent conflict of interest has arisen in the choice of the company Pacific Environment.
№ 23 in Inside Westconnex
Homes, community centres, worksites and open spaces will be exposed to increased health risks if NSW Planning approves WestConnex’s M4/M5 tunnls.
№ 22 in Inside Westconnex
The NSW EPA has strongly criticised the Sydney Motorway Corporation’s environmental assessment of the proposed WestConnex Stage 3 M4/M5 tunnels.
№ 21 in Inside Westconnex
The NSW Berejiklian government announced last week that it plans to tear down and rebuild Sydney Cricket Ground Allianz stadium.
№ 20 in Inside Westconnex
Newtown residents weren't surprised when the NSW government broke its promise that there would no clearways on King St.
№ 19 in Inside Westconnex
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
The Westconnex planning process is ridden with conflicts of interest. The recent Federal audit report provides more disturbing examples.
№ 17 in Inside Westconnex
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
On January 7, I laid a complaint against the NSW Department of Planning & Environment for its inequitable & sloppy handling of submissions to the M4East
№ 15 in Inside Westconnex
Westconnex's 'community information' kiosk at Marrickville Metro might be better described as publicly funded misinformation
№ 14 in Inside Westconnex
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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A brief introduction to the Westconnex EIS process
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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.
№ 4 in Lynas and its missing waste plan
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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.
№ 8 in Inside Westconnex
As evidence mounts against the case for the Baird government's Westconnex Motorway, Roads Australia guests face mock tollway protest at corporate dinner.
An insider's perspective on NSW state election campaign for the new electorate of Newtown in inner Sydney. Greens' Jenny Leong won the seat
№ 7 in Inside Westconnex
A new coalition of community groups & health professionals has formed to campaign against hidden health impacts of the Westconnex and Northconnex tollways.
№ 6 in Inside Westconnex
The Abbott and Baird government continue to keep our community in the dark about Westconnex.
№ 5 in Inside Westconnex
An infographic on Westconnex policies for the NSW state election March 28, 2015
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On March 16, City of Sydney Council organised a meeting to discuss the Westconnex. It ended with a vote to stop the project. Here's my edited speech
№ 3 in Inside Westconnex
When I tried to unravel the story behind WestConnex, Tony Shepherd threatened to sue me. Here is my reply.
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Dial a Dump accuses Westconnex of being aggressive and secretive in its dealings
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For six months, Westconnex secretly negotiated to buy a waste dump for a giant interchange, without informing the local residents of their plan.