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1: Is The ICAC Too Inscrutable For The Public Good?

Is The ICAC Too Inscrutable For The Public Good?Links between donor developers and political corruption don't stop emerging in NSW. Why, then, are ICAC's discretionary powers such a mystery, asks Quentin Dempster The shooting death of Michael McGurk earlier this month triggered a media frenzy about prope...
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Posted: 23Sep2009 14:17   Similar items

2: Tallowood Estate Development: Submission Forms And Information

Tallowood Estate Development: Submission Forms And InformationTallowood Ridge, a staged subdivison is proposed for Mullumbimby. The development has been documented to have from 240 - 400 lots. Sewerage management, traffic, noise, visual amenity, water management, flora and fauna and community issues need to be outlined for the who...
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Posted: 25Aug2009 11:49   Similar items

3: Woolworths Finalist In 'Greenwashing' Awards

So Woolworths NSW is a finalist in the 2009 Banksia Awards in the Large Business Sustainability section. I donít know whether to laugh or cry. The award is for incorporation of social, financial and environmental responsibility initiatives by a large company, organi...
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Posted: 27Jun2009 18:14   Similar items

4: Woolworths New 7000 Jobs Claim A Phurphy

Woolworths  New 7000 Jobs Claim A PhurphyWoolworths recently announced that it was creating 7000 new jobs? On the first glance this looks OK but just scraping below the surface of their media hype we see a darker picture of duopoly control of the food and grocery market in Australia. ...
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Posted: 25Jun2009 18:16   Similar items

5: Who Stole The Cheese By Craig Kelly

Who Stole The Cheese By Craig KellyThe skyrocketing price of Cheese in Australia. In the latest highly disturbing official inflation figures released by the Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS), a standout item that requires further investigation is the skyrocketing price of Cheese which has surged i...
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Posted: 12Jun2009 22:02   Similar items

6: Currawong Development Rejected: RAID Group Success

Currawong Development Rejected: RAID Group SuccessThe State Government has blocked a development proposal to build 25 luxury houses at a site owned by Unions NSW in the national park at Pittwater and put the whole area on the State Heritage Register. After a 12-year campaign to save the historic holiday cottages at ...
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Posted: 1May2009 17:28   Similar items


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