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BUDGET CUTS TO ICAC RISK LETTING NEXT OBEID OR TRIPODI OFF THE HOOK: GREENS

  The Independent Commission Against Corruption (ICAC) has today recommended charges be considered against former NSW Labor ministers Eddie Obeid, Joe Tripodi and Tony Kelly, after finding they engaged in serious corrupt conduct.  

Religious education in the secular Inner West?

Greens MP for Newtown Jenny Leong and Greens MP for Balmain, Jamie Parker, have called for the 9831 children in their electorates who are not religious to be allowed to continue their studies during periods of Special Religious Education (SRE).

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How dangerous are smoke stacks?

Smoke stacks (also called exhaust stacks, pollution stacks or ventilation stacks) have been in the news recently regarding both the WestConnex toll road and the Beaches Link. But what are they, and could they be harmful?

Government, Labor must scrap toll road obsession

The government’s latest smoke stack for the Western Harbour Tunnel will combine with those planned for WestConnex to make Rozelle the epicentre of air pollution in Sydney.

Light rail works: WestConnex won't

Media reports that a detailed plan for light rail along Parramatta Road has been scrapped by the government.

Powerhouse campaign at a crossroads

Recent news reports have confirmed the success of the community campaign for an iconic cultural facility to be built in Western Sydney without selling the Powerhouse Museum in Ultimo.

Over 5000 passengers sign petition against bus sell off during day of action

THOUSANDS of passengers signed a petition opposed to the state government’s plan to privatise State Transit buses across the inner west.

Bay residents say plans are fishy

The iconic Sydney Fish Markets will be relocated and receive a much-needed facelift starting in 2018, which the Berejiklian Government has proudly announced as a guaranteed attraction for “more tourists and locals”.

Clean air too expensive: government

The Minister for Roads, Maritime and Freight has rejected installing shore to ship power at White Bay Cruise Terminal, claiming it costs too much.

Progress on cleaning up corruption

The ICAC Committee of the NSW Parliament is now holding an inquiry into my proposed law to improve legal protections for people who come forward to blow the whistle on corruption.

Community building partnership grants 2017

Applications are now open for local not-for-profit groups to apply for funding through the 2017 Community Building Partnership program. 

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