Murray Matson

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Scott Ludlum talks with Julian Morrow this Monday 1st May 2019 8pm at Giant Dwarf Theatre

On 1 May 8pm @ Giant Dwarf in Sydney, former Australian Greens Senator Scott Ludlam will be in conversation with long-term anti-nuclear campaigner Julian Morrow at Photo Opp. Photo Opp is a thought-provoking and entertaining look at the role of image and perception in public life, using 20 photos of a public personality as the …

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Kingsford Smith candidate – James Cruz for the Greens – 15th April 2019

The Greens candidate for the seat of Kingsford Smith in the 2019 Federal Election is James Cruz. Learn more about James’ campaign.

NSW Elections: Labor and Greens preference deal in Maroubra to Save Yarra Bay

LABOR and the Greens have done a 2-for-2 preference deal in the seat of Maroubra in a united effort to ensure the Yarra Bay cruise ship proposal is killed off. The two parties have both committed to stopping the proposal made by the NSW government which has ignited a groundswell of community opposition with the …

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Coal Seam Gas: Pilliga Rising will screen at the Bronte SLSC on Tuesday, 12 March 2019 at 6.30pm

DISCLAIMER – This is not organised by the local Randwick-Botany Greens. This alert is posted in support of Lock The Gate Alliance because it is an event in our local area. Dear Murray, We’re so pleased to invite you to a screening of a beautiful new film about the campaign to protect communities, water and …

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Randwick Greens councillors support legal action to stop the Sydney Football Stadium (SFS) demolition – 5th February 2019

Media Statement made by Greens Councillor Philipa Veitch before the Allianz Stadium debate at tonight’s extraordinary Randwick City Council meeting. Randwick Greens councillors Murray Matson, Lindsay Shurey and Philipa Veitch have lodged a rescission motion regarding council’s resolution on the Sydney Football Stadium. Greens councillors supported council taking legal action at last week’s meeting. We …

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Annual Pauline McLeod Awards to be held in La Perouse

Randwick City Council is promoting the annual Pauline McLeod Awards. They are also hosting this year’s event at our local La Perouse Museum from 20 July to the 2nd of August. It is an art exhibition that features inspiring and thoughtful art from Sydney primary schools. The students explore the theme of “Our Living Cultures”. …

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Greens Councillors to make second attempt to join Randwick with Waverley Council in Allianz Stadium legal challenge – 31st January 2019

Randwick Greens councillors Philipa Veitch and Lindsay Shurey have lodged a rescission motion following the defeat of their amendment to take legal action to stop the demolition and re-development of the Sydney Football Stadium. If the rescission motion is carried they will move a motion to join Waverley in their legal challenge. Randwick City Council …

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Randwick won’t be joining legal challenge against Allianz Stadium approval – 29th January 2019

Labor, Liberal and independent councillors have combined to defeat an amendment put by Randwick’s three Greens Councillors that legal action be commenced against the Government’s Planning Minister over the consent. The unsuccessful amendment by Greens Murray Matson, Philipa Veitch and Lindsay Shurey read as follows. That Council. join Waverley Council in commencing a legal challenge …

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Protected: New Development Application lodged for Maroubra Bowling Club site – 29th January 2018

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148 Brook Street Coogee once more under threat of demolition by developers – 23rd January 2019

UPDATE – The Randwick Heritage Action Group has now been formed by residents. It wants to save Coogee’s heritage buildings and extend the Dudley Street Heritage Conservation Area. Please consider signing their petition. Residents who value heritage protection for Coogee’s find old homes have until the 31st of January to make a submission for or …

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