Two hundred people gathered outside of NSW Parliament yesterday to demand NOT ANOTHER CENT and NO NEW TOLLS for this toxic toll road. Thanks to Jenny Leong MP for Newtown, Jodi Mckay MP for Strathfield, Cr Jess Miller from City of Sydney Council for your support.
White Elephants terrorise Sydney residents
Jenny Leong MP for Newtown
Jodi Mckay MP for Strathfield
Cr Jess Miller from City of Sydney CouncilRead more
A very successful community meeting on WestConnex organised at the Sydney University School of Nursing by Camperdown Residents Aware of WestConnex on April 2. Great selection of speakers: Jenny Leong, Greens MP for Newtown; Jozefa Sobski, resident of Haberfield where residents have been greatly impacted by the demolition, tunnelling and construction of WestConnex; Professor James Weirick, Director of the Master of Urban Development and Design (MUDD) program, Faculty of the Built Environment, UNSW; Christina Valentine, Co-Convenor Leichhardt against WestConnex (LAW).
Organised by Camperdown Residents Aware of WestconnexRead more
Thank you for inviting us today Leichhardt High - and for your spirit and determination.
LAW welcomes the decision of the Minister in ruling out the offensive proposal to locate a dive site directly next to our local high school. Now our attention must turn to ensure the equally offensive Darley Rd site is ruled out.
The residents of Euston Road Alexandria are about to have all of the trees in front of their apartments removed. The beautiful old figs over the road will probably be destroyed as well.
We spent yesterday afternoon wrapping the trees in blue to show the potential destruction.
The action was organised by Save Sydney Park, Westconnex Action Group, and Save Newtown - Stop Westconnex.Read more
A few shots of the stop #westCONnex contingent at March in March.
It was fitting to see Tony Abbott there. It was his decision to flush $3.5 billion of our money down the #westCONnex toilet bowl. As was revealed in the Federal Audit released earlier this month, most of this money is still sitting unused in the state governments coffers. It's not too late to redirect this to money to public transport and solve, rather than exacerbate, Sydney's traffic woes.Read more
Yesterday morning - Newtown residents informing locals on the impacts of #WestCONnex on Newtown and surrounding suburbs.
Organised by WestCONnex Action Group (WAG).Read more
About 40 Rozelle residents occupied the Victoria Rd footbridge while clad in white paper overalls and face masks, alongside a few white elephants and a packet of "westCONnex unfiltered" to send the message to the Berejiklian government that we won't tolerate their assault on our community's health and wellbeing. The action, organised by Rozelle Against WestCONnex (RAW), drew attention to the health impacts caused by this destructive motorway.Read more
Friday 7 October 2016, was Day 19 of the Save Sydney Park blockade.
Hundreds of mature trees lining Euston Road and in Sydney Park are threatened with removal for the Baird Government's giant $17 billion tollroad project.
After a standoff lasting 18 days, WestConnex finally gained planning approval for the removal of a small number of trees on either side of the point at which the Munni stormwater channel passes under Euston Road, St Peters. Amid wild scenes, blockaders were dragged away by a large force of police.
The blockade continues.
On Saturday 1 October 2016 – day 13 of the Camp Frogmouth blockade of WestConnex work on Euston Road – the Save Sydney Park Festival brings Sydneysiders together to express their opposition to the removal of thousands of trees in Sydney Park and along Campbell Road, Euston Road and McEvoy Street and the resumption of parkland for the controversial $17 billion project.Read more
It's Thursday 8 September 2016, the second day of attempts to prevent contractors from clearing a remnant of "critically endangered" Cooks River-Castlereagh Ironbark Forest at Beverly Grove for the Baird Government's WestConnex tollway project.Read more