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Hurlstone decision wrong, wrong, wrong

The State Government will come to regret this decision to relocate Hurlstone Agricultural High School and sell of much of the land it sits on. It is wrong on so many fronts I really do not know where to start. First, it is a slap in the face to theRead more »


There’s something about Scott

There’s something about our new treasurer that’s different. Scott Morrison is not content with short term solutions and that’s something to like about him. Whether as immigration minister or when he was briefly in charge of social security, Morrison wanted to find real, long terms solutions to problems. Which is theRead more »


Democracy: playing the ball, not the man

It doesn’t matter what level of democracy you’re talking about, one thing that’s constant is respect by the participants for the right of others to express a contrary view. Let’s remind ourselves of Voltaire’s freedom of speech declaration: I violently disagree with you but I will fight to the deathRead more »

Issues like the intermodal proposal for Moorebank leave local residents who don't want it built next to their homes feel like nobody is listening to them.

Can new PM give us our voices back?

A million words have already been written about our new Prime Minister and he’s been in the job barely four days. In fact he hasn’t even been able to move into his new office yet, but it hasn’t stopped the rush to fill media space with commentary upon commentary. It’sRead more »


Political lesson for young Liverpool mayor

Just when things were going so well for Liverpool… And they were: there are more cranes in the Liverpool CBD than almost anywhere comparable in the whole country. Plans have been unveiled to make the Macquarie Mall even better and to link the CBD with the Georges River with cycleRead more »

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