WestCONnex Protest School notes

Thanks to all who came to our WestCONnex Protest School on Saturday 27 February to learn about police powers and your legal rights during nonviolent direct actions. Here are the notes from the day, kindly provided by our presenter, Jane Sanders of Shopfront Youth Legal Centre.

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WestCONnex Action Group Photo Fundraiser

Martin Brady Photography will be holding a WestCONnex Action Group photo fundraiser in Sydney Park on Sunday 28 February, 10am to 3pm.

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Why WestCONnex "mitigation" is one big con

WESTCONNEX Action Group's Kathryn Calman lives in Beverly Hills, right near the King Georges Interchange that's now being widened for WestCONnex. The complaint she lodged after yet another near-sleepless night of heavy construction shows just why the Baird Government's "mitigation" promises can't be trusted.

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Over 9,000 New M5 EIS submissions - THANK YOU!

From everyone here at WestCONnex Action Group, we just want to say THANK YOU for your support during the New M5 environmental impact statement (EIS) submissions period.

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Ben Aveling of ARAG on 2GB

Ben Aveling of Alexandria Residents Action Group (ARAG) speaks to 2GB's Chris Smith on the Alan Jones Show about WestCONnex: its tolls, cost blowouts and risks to taxpayers, and its impact on Alexandria and surrounds.

Image: Michael Gormly

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An incredible year - thanks to you

As 2015 draws to a close, we want to say THANK YOU for all the support you’ve given us, and let you know what's been achieved with your help.

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Please help make 2016 the year we stop WestCONnex

Pauline Lockie had lived in St Peters less than 2 months before WestCONnex told her they planned to forcibly acquire her new home. She shares her reasons for being part of our campaign, and why she hopes you'll help stop WestCONnex by making a donation today.

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Stop WestCONnex parliamentary debate and rally


Stop WestCONnex WAG Edgeware/Enmore meeting

Live tweets from the meeting held at Newtown Neighbourhood Centre to stop WestCONnex. Speakers included Dr Michelle Zeibots, Prof Wendy Bacon, Cllrs Chris Woods and Sylvie Ellsmore, and Jenny Leong MP.


Minister Stokes needs to hear from you again

Last month we wrote to our supporters asking them to call NSW Planning Minister Rob Stokes to ask him give communities more time to respond to the massive WestCONnex M4 East environmental impact statement (EIS), which is over 4,800 pages long.

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