On January 7, I laid a complaint against the NSW Department of Planning & Environment for its inequitable & sloppy handling of submissions to the M4East
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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.
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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
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Roseanne Beckett and her long wait for justice
Roseanne Beckett spent 10 years in prison for crimes she didn't commit. Finally, this week she won her battle for compensation.
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Will the Feds save the frog from 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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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.
№ 13 in Public Land is Our Land
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.
№ 12 in Public Land is Our Land
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"