With its old management facing criminal charges and its business model broken due to tight alcohol restrictions, Paddington Bowls has closed its doors.
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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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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.
They kill Rohingya because of our race and religion
On May 22, several hundred people including many Rohingya refugees rallied in Sydney, calling on the Australia to assist asylum seekers fleeing Myanmar.
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Westconnex consultations a ‘sham’, say residents
Campaigners against the Westconnex motorway say feedback sessions are a 'sham'; Newtown MP Jenny Leong moved a motion to suspend Westconnex
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Roads Lobby chooses ratrun rather than toll on way to corporate dinner
As evidence mounts against the case for the Baird government's Westconnex Motorway, Roads Australia guests face mock tollway protest at corporate dinner.
On the ground in Newtown: NSW election 2015
An insider's perspective on NSW state election campaign for the new electorate of Newtown in inner Sydney. Greens' Jenny Leong won the seat
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New Sydney coalition to campaign against tollway health risks
A new coalition of community groups & health professionals has formed to campaign against hidden health impacts of the Westconnex and Northconnex tollways.
Disillusioned Mid North coast non-voter considers voting Green
A short discussion with one Mid north coast voter in the seat of Oxley. He didn't vote in the NSW Election 2015 but considered voting Green