Welfare Street residents lodge objections to a developer's application to subdivide land on which their Homebush homes stand.
№ 2 in Inside Westconnex
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.
№ 9 in Public Land is Our Land
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.
№ 4 in Winning on Welfare Street
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.
№ 3 in Winning on Welfare Street
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.
№ 2 in Winning on Welfare Street
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.
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An auction on Welfare Street
How developers keen for quick returns moved in on affordable housing on Welfare Street in Western Sydney. Part One: The auction and the media.
№ 8 in Public Land is Our Land
Club flouts threat to its licence
The NSW Office of Liquor Gaming and Racing is taking action against the Paddington Bowling Club to remove its licence. But the noise goes on.
№ 28 in Roseanne Beckett: A Miscarriage of Justice
State of NSW’s 25 year battle against Roseanne Beckett
For 25 years, the State has maintained Roseanne Beckett is guilty. So, John Maconachie's opening in the malicious prosecution trial held no surprises.