John Kaldor's first public art project was Wrapped Coast Little Bay in 1969. In this piece, I reflect on the social context of those times.
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CPB Contractors - Environmental Offenders
This story is about WestConnex builders CPB Contractors who last week pleaded guilty to offences that caused serious harm to Inner West Sydney residents.
Finally after 119 years, NSW is on the cusp of abortion reform
Finally, after 119 years, NSW is on the cusp of abortion reform - no more delay and no more amendments, say health and legal organisations
IT'S WAY PAST TIME to decriminalise abortion in NSW
It's taken more than a century of brave action by women to decriminalise abortion in NSW
Journalism is not a crime - why I support Wikileaks and Julian Assange
Journalism is not a crime - why I support Julian Assange
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NSWVotes19 - election stories
Here are 2 stories and one video that I want to share before the NSW election. Abortion -It's Time; Selling NSW -Berejiklian style; and a video about tolls
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How WestConnex owner Transurban bought influence with LNP and Labor in 2017/2018
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?
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WestCONnex dirty secrets exposed - St Peters pollution
What sort of operation deliberately hides air monitoring results from parents with sick children? You guessed it. Transurban which controls SMC
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Sydney Stadium court case reveals it will cost only $1 million to cancel Sydney Stadium contract
Sydney Stadium court case reveals the NSW government can cancel its contract with Lendlease to demolish Sydney Stadium for about $1 million.
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WestConnex Strathfield monitor breaches PM 10 and PM 2.5 national limits in 2018
WestConnex Strathfield monitor was the only Sydney monitor to breach both PM 10 and PM 2.5 national limits in 2018.