Monthly Archive: August 2017

Aug 24

Randwick Council 2017 election candidates: preferences and how to vote for the Greens in East Ward, Central Ward, North Ward and West Ward

Lindsay Shurey in North Ward – James Cruz in Central Ward – Philipa Veitch in West Ward – Murray Matson in East Ward


Aug 18

Randwick Council elections 2017: Green candidates see exciting opportunities to shape Randwick Council’s alternative energy future and to reduce residents power bills – 18th August 2017

Green Council candidates want Randwick Council to encourage the households in its area to move towards significantly increasing local renewable use after the September 9th Local Government elections. Councillor Matson says that the Greens will encourage the Council to use its networking reach and tendering processes to achieve both “power bill relief for its residents and …

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Aug 11

Marriage equality national postal survey: Getup calls for donations for high court challenge – 11th August 2017



Aug 04

Randwick Council elections: Greens candidates James Cruz and Murray Matson call for clarity over future of public housing tenants under poorly explained Government Priority Precinct – 4th August 2017

Randwick Central Ward Greens candidate James Cruz has called for public housing tenants to be protected from forced relocation. Uncertainty hangs over the fate of tenants following a flagged Government intention to re-develop state owned property in the Randwick Council area as a ‘Priority Precinct’. The call has been echoed by Greens Councillor Murray Matson …

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Aug 03

Taste Of Coogee Festival: Randwick Councillors approve 2017 event with out any indemnification for ratepayers in case of accidents or damages – 3rd August 2017

The General Manger Randwick City Council Dear General Manager I ask you the following questions to prepare myself for the debate on the rescission motion submitted against the recent Councillors’ resolution to approve the 2017 Taste Of Coogee Festival. QUESTION 1: Will a failure by the festival organisers to now submit to Council a completed …

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