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A NEW exhibition at The Corner Gallery in Stanmore will showcase the beauty and importance of Sydney Park and its trees to highlight its planned destruction by WestCONnex.Read more
From the 11th to 13th November, The Corner Gallery in Stanmore will feature an exhibition of photography highlighting the beauty and importance of Sydney Park and its trees, with photography by acclaimed photo-journalist Lorrie Graham, sculpture by visual artist Gabrielle Bates and drawings by Maryanne Coutts, Head of Drawing at the National Art School.Read more
We're loving this this WestCONnex-themed Melbourne Cup parody by Margaret Carey, John Bartholomew, and Lewis and Robert Monson. Which horse will win in Mike Baird's race to stuff up Sydney: White Elephant? Dodgy Figures? Systemic Corruption? Definitely not Daily Commuter or Honest Taxpayer.Read more
Last month, the makers of the Tunnel Vision documentary about the successful campaign to stop Melbourne's East-West Link came to Sydney for their film's premiere. They met with members of WestCONnex Action Group to talk about the battle to save Sydney from the similarly disastrous WestCONnex tollway. Take a look.Read more
THREE residents, including journalist and activist Wendy Bacon, were arrested by riot police in Newtown on Friday morning during a peaceful protest against drilling works for the unapproved third stage of the WestCONnex toll road.Read more
RESIDENTS will hold a silent vigil in St Peters at 9:30am today as 62-year-old Shelley Jensen is forced from her home for WestCONnex.Read more
WESTCONNEX contractors began packing up their Sydney Park construction compound on Euston Road today following a huge community campaign to stop the works.Read more
On Friday 7 October, police forcibly dragged residents away from the WestCONnex construction compound on Euston Rd, Sydney Park, so that contractors for the Sydney Motorway Corporation could start destroying trees at the park.Read more