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Philipa Veitch: Greens Councillor motion – Submission to the  Parliamentary Inquiry into Sustainability of Energy Supply and Resources in NSW – 7th September 2019

As a result of a motion from Greens Councillor Philipa Veitch Randwick City Council will make a submission to a NSW Government sustainable energy inquiry supporting the attaining of net zero emissions in NSW by 2030 and expressing concern over the impact of coal mining. Resolution to Councillor Veitch’s successful motion to the Randwick City …

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

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Coogee Election 2019: Greens candidate Lindsay Shurey continues her vocal support for ongoing ‘ratios’ campaign by NSW Nurses & Midwifes Association – 3rd Nov. 2018

Randwick Greens Councillor Lindsay Shurey joined local POW nursing staff in High Cross Park this afternoon as they continue their campaign to bring in better staff to patient ratios across NSW. She said at the rally in High Cross Park today, “Better staff to patient ratios are important and need to be implemented in NSW” …

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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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Local Randwick-Botany Greens Councillor says the community has won the fight to name the Alison Road light rail stop after Centennial Park – 12th April 2018

“The Randwick Green Councillors supported the community, Transport for NSW and Centennial Parklands who also originally wanted a park related name” say local Greens. Greens Councillor Murray Matson is arguing that the name change as reported today in mainstream media actually reflects community support for a park related name. A previous plans to name the …

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Randwick-Botany Greens amend latest version of Randwick Council’s 20 year plan to include goal of achieving net zero emissions – 15th February 2018

Greens Councillor Philipa Veitch has made key changes to the revised 20-Year Randwick City Plan, which now includes an in-principle target of net zero emissions by 2030. She said today, “The Greens have been pushing for Randwick Council to become orientated towards achieving net zero emissions in our local area. It is an exciting goal …

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#TimeToChoose: Make it a massive rally against coal and gas mining, 12 noon March 24th 2018, Hyde Park North, Sydney CBD

On Saturday, 24 March 2018, people from around the state will converge on Sydney to make an unmistakable call to protect land, water and people from the impacts of coal and gas mining. The march will be led by First Nations people, followed by riders on horseback. It will feature gasfield free communities and coal-affected …

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