Category: Lindsay Shurey

Greens Mayor Lindsay Shurey delivers on Council election promise to improve cycling safety within Randwick City Council – 9th of September 2018

Randwick City Council endorses concept plans for Kingsford to Centennial Park separated cycleway. Randwick Greens Mayor Lindsay Shurey said the cycle way project will now move to the detailed design phase and Council will seek funding from the Roads and  Maritime Services for construction. She said. “When I became Mayor in September last year I …

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Greens Mayor Lindsay Shurey says protect Yarra Bay Beach with a NO to a cruise ship terminal at Port Botany – 29th August 2018

UPDATE The Greens candidate for Marouraba James Cruz say that insufficient infrastructure exists in the Port Botany area to justify a cruise ship terminal and that this deficiency will lead to a development push. He said: “It’s obvious that we should oppose it. We should focus on how this going ahead would change the whole …

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Greens candidate James Cruz for Maroubra in March 2019: Election campaign officially launched today! – 25th August 2018

Senator Mehreen Faruqi has launched the Greens campaign for the seat of Maroubra with candidate James Cruz. She has welcomed his call for action on electricity prices and affordable housing. Senator Faruqi said, “Power prices are a massive issue for most Australians. All levels of government should be taking action to address the high prices …

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Randwick Councillor Noel D’Souza launches anti-feminist attack on female Greens Mayor Lindsay Shurey – 1st August 2018

The following comments are by Randwick City Greens Councillor Murray Matson To the readership of the Southern Courier newspaper. I read with sadness Councillor Noel D’Souza’s anti-feminist comments towards my colleague Randwick Greens Mayor Lindsay Shurey in yesterday’s Southern Courier. …Councillor D’Souza sent an email to the Southern Courier criticising feminism as a “relentless political …

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Green Mayor Lindsay Shurey expresses Randwick Council’s sympathy to the people of Greece over the loss of life in the bush fires of this week – 25th July 2018

Our hearts are with the people of Greece who are suffering a national tragedy that is all too familiar to many Australians. In particular, our thoughts and prayers go out to the Greek community here in Australia. Full statement here: https://t.co/dNYLbrK8SP pic.twitter.com/C1XJiht925 — Lindsay Shurey (@RandwickMayor) July 25, 2018 0

Single-use-plastics: Albatross documentary is a poetic and beautifully filming of the horrible fate looming over the world’s most loved sea bird – 23rd July 2018

The Randwick-Botany Greens thank NSW Greens MP Justin Field and Greens Federal Senator Peter Whish-Wilson for jointly hosting the  special Plastic Free July screening of the Albatross documentary at the Randwick Ritz Cinema on 4 July 2018. This stylistic and poetically shot film gently shows the disaster slowly descending on the breeding cycle of the …

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Sydney Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras 2018 festival season noted by Randwick Greens Mayor Lindsay Shurey – 23rd February 2018

Greens Mayor Lindsay Shurey has locally observed the start of the Sydney Mardi Gras festival by raising the rainbow flag outside the Randwick City Council administrative building. Last year there was division amongst Randwick Councillors when the new Mayor had to battle hard to get official Councillor support for the YES vote in the marriage …

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Decades old non-politically aligned Friends of Malabar Headland (FOMH) still keep on putting in the volunteer hours protecting Sydney’s Malabar Headland for the future – 18th February 2018

Yesterday my Greens colleague Mayor Lindsay Shurey had the honor of being the incumbent Council leader when it came time for Randwick Council to share the opening of the Malabar Headland Western Escarpment Walking track with Claire Bettington of the veteran local environment group the Friends of Malabar Headland. This was a bipartisan success day …

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