Members of WestCONnex Action Group (WAG) went to the WestCONnex community information session in St Peters on 7 December 2016. Here's what we found out.Read more
WestCONnex Action Group's Pauline Lockie spoke to Col Hesse on Radio Skid Row on Thursday 8 December about meeting Premier Mike Baird to talk about WestCONnex. Have a listen.Read more
On Thursday 1 December, Premier Mike Baird finally met with members of community groups campaigning against the WestCONnex tollway, along with Greens MPs Jenny Leong (Newtown) and Jamie Parker (Balmain).Read more
OVER 1,000 residents have joined community groups, business and environmental organisations, and Labor and Greens politicians to signing an Open Letter to Premier Mike Baird, Roads Minister Duncan Gay and Planning Minister Rob Stokes to demand a halt to work on St Peters Interchange and an inquiry into the whole WestCONnex project.Read more
A FREE family picnic in Sydney Park tomorrow will mark the official launch of the new Adopt a Tree campaign to help save the park from WestCONnex destruction.Read more
A massive THANK YOU to everyone who's signing up to Adopt a Tree to help Save Sydney Park and stop WestCONnex! We'd love you to meet just a few of the wonderful folks who've done so - and for you to join them.Read more
WESTCONNEX Action Group (WAG) has slammed the Baird government’s latest changes to the WestCONnex tollway, saying they expose the farcical planning process behind the $17 billion project.Read more
Lorrie Graham is one of Australia's most eminent photojournalists and a long-time Newtown resident. She's been documenting the impact of the WestCONnex tollway and the community campaign against it for almost two years. She explains why she got involved ahead of her upcoming exhibition, Save Sydney Park: Adopt a Tree, this weekend.Read more
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Simply fill in the donation form on the left to complete the adoption process.
If we raise more than we need for our work to Save Sydney Park, your kind gift will go towards the general campaign to stop WestCONnex.