An infographic on Westconnex policies for the NSW state election March 28, 2015
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Wrong Way, Turn Back. A speech for City of Sydney Westconnex forum
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
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No Mr Shepherd, I won’t apologise
In Australia, the law of defamation erodes media freedom. Threats to sue can be unnerving, especially if you don't have easy access to legal advice.
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Developer sidesteps council in bid to subdivide land
Welfare Street residents lodge objections to a developer's application to subdivide land on which their Homebush homes stand.
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WestConnex was ‘aggressive’ says company
Dial a Dump accuses Westconnex of being aggressive and secretive in its dealings
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St Peters residents dumped for Westconnex
For six months, Westconnex secretly negotiated to buy a waste dump for a giant interchange, without informing the local residents of their plan.
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Secret transcript ‘disappeared’ in Paddington Crown Land scandal
Dealings between the Paddington Bowling Club, CSKS Holdings and the NSW government are under investigation but some important evidence has gone missing.
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Obeid’s old lawyer chosen for Welfare Street deal
The NSW government is involved in a land deal organised by a lawyer who hid controversial Obeid family investments.
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No subdivision in Welfare Street
A Homebush block was reported in the media as subdivided when sold as 12 properties .When Wendy Bacon investigated she found no subdivision had occurred.
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Very private developers ‘sold’ Welfare Street – without a title
Who are the private investors 'sold' Welfare St when the NSW government still owned it. Lance Rosenberg is involved but who else? It's hard to find out.