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61: Does Family Planning In NSW Equal Corporations In Bed With Government?

Does Family Planning  In NSW Equal Corporations In Bed With Government?When do the dealings between a Development Applicant and the Assessing Authority go from being a process of negotiation to collusion? Last week our Councillors 6-1 refused Woolworths ‘sewer on a bog’. How the NSW Department of Planning approved that ludicrous onsite ...
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Posted: 7Jul2009 12:10   Similar items

62: New Mullumbimby Stickers Now Available

New Mullumbimby Stickers Now AvailableHOT PRESS!! A new batch of our popular black and yellow Mullumbimby stickers are now available. As well as the popular "I shop local", and "Woolworths I won't shop there", we have two new ones. "Mullumbimby a Woolworths free zone&quo...
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Posted: 27Jun2009 17:53   Similar items

63: Woolworths Site Looks Like A Horse Paddock With No Sewerage Entitlement

Woolworths Site Looks Like A Horse Paddock With No Sewerage EntitlementIt appears from sales records that, Mallams in December 07, did a deal with State Rail to purchase the Station St property for $1.326M. We all enjoyed our Christmas and Mallams started the New Year, January 08 by selling that same property to Woolworths for $3.8M. I...
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Posted: 19Jun2009 10:30   Similar items

64: Mullumbimby Gets A Reprieve From The Woolly Mammoth!!!!!!

Mullumbimby Gets A Reprieve From The Woolly Mammoth!!!!!!Hoorah for Byron Shire Councillors who voted yesterday to send the Woolworths sewage application back to the drawing board. Moved by Cr. Tom Tabart, 6 out of 9 of our elected representatives have demanded that council staff answer 12 specific questions about the adeq...
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Posted: 12Jun2009 21:12   Similar items

65: Byron Shire Council To Consider Woolworths Sewerage Proposal On June 11

Byron Shire Council  To Consider Woolworths Sewerage Proposal On June 11Byron Shire Councillors will vote this Thursday 11 June, on the Woolworths onsite sewage application (S68). Council’s Director of Planning and Environment Services, Ray Darney, has written a letter to the people who expressed concern about the Woolworths S68, assurin...
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Posted: 4Jun2009 11:00   Similar items

66: CSG OPPONENTS BRAND PUBLIC COMMENT PROCESS A FARCE

Michael McNamara from Lock the Gate – Tweed has branded the “Public Comment” process associated with an application for a Special Prospecting Authority covering parts of Tweed Shire, Byron Shire and Lismore City Council areas...
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Posted: 30Nov1899 00:00   Similar items


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