July 2018 archive

Randwick under Green Mayor Lindsay Shurey will join with two other eastern Sydney councils to be the first NSW councils to install electric car-charging sites – 31st July 2018

The environmental achievements continue to flow from the Greens initiated Sustaining Our City program at Randwick City Council under current Greens Mayor Lindsay Shurey. The latest project is to be the installation of electric car-charging-sites in Randwick in partnership with Waverley and Woollahra Councils under the “3-Council Regional Environment Program”.  Much of Randwick’s contribution to …

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Bread4Change – “Honest sourdough bread – An honest and caring Community – Our Home Planet Earth” – 27th July 2018

“Bread4Change” – No:4 Sat, Aug 4th; 10 am – 1 pm at “Holey Crumb Gardens” in Kensington, NSW, Australia More info provided upon RSVP via email: oliver@bread4change.org [gview file=”http://www.randwickbotanygreens.org.au/wp-content/uploads/2018/07/Bread4Change-No4-flyer_A4.pdf”] 20

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 20

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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