WESTCONNEX FINALLY FRONTS COMMUNITY BUT WILL THEY HAVE ANSWERS

LOCALS will finally get the opportunity for answers from the WestCONnex Delivery Authority tonight as they hold an “information night” at the Enmore Theatre.

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INNER WEST RESIDENTS BLOCKADE WESTCONNEX DRILLING

AROUND 20 local residents stopped a drill site at St Peters in the night as WestCONnex contractors were sent home early on full pay in the lead up to Christmas.

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MINISTER DODGES QUESTIONS HE MISLED PARLIAMENT AMID DEFLECTION STUNT

ROADS Minister Duncan Gay has attempted to dodge questions he misled parliament in relation to Sydney Park, which now faces savage cuts if the WestCONnex project continues.

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QUESTIONS ASKED ABOUT WHETHER ROADS MINISTER MISLED PARLIAMENT

ROADS Minister Duncan Gay faces questions about whether he has misled parliament in relation to Sydney Park, which now faces savage cuts if the WestCONnex project continues.

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MEDIA ALERT: WESTCONNEX ACTION GROUP TO RECLAIM THE STREETS

Local resident opposition to Westconnex has intensified with a public protest in St Peters today, and more than 2000 people expected to converge on Simpson Park in Campbell St.

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INNER WEST FAMILIES RECLAIM THE STREETS TO PROTEST WESTCONNEX

MORE than 2200 inner west residents are expected to converge on Simpson Park and close down Campbell St in St Peters as community action intensifies against WestCONnex.

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INNER WEST FAMILIES PROTEST AT PLANNED WESTCONNEX SMOKE STACK NEAR PRIMARY SCHOOL

DOZENS of families converged on the site of the first planned smoke stack for the WestCONnex project 20 metres from St Peters Public School.

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RESIDENT GROUPS UNITE TO FORM AN ARMY OF 185,000 RESIDENTS READY TO FIGHT WESTCONNEX PLANS IN INNER WEST

SEVENTEEN local action groups have united to form an army of opposition to WestCONnex as residents refuse to back down on a project that will haunt developers if it goes ahead.

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THOUSANDS OF INNER WEST RESIDENTS QUEUE UP TO OPPOSE WESTCONNEX

ONE thousand Inner West residents signed letters to the Planning and Roads Ministers to oppose the WestCONnex project, which plans to destroy Newtown and surrounding suburbs.

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INNER WEST OUTRAGE AS HOUSE ACQUISITION NOTICES ARRIVE

FORGET losing your shirt at the Melbourne Cup today, St Peters residents are about to lose the roof over their heads as WestCONnex compulsory acquisition notices are issued.

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