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Residents share concerns about One Sydney Park development

A development application for 390 apartments and a retail complex has raised deep concerns from local community groups.

A missed opportunity?

The non-statutory period for the Waterloo Metro Quarter proposal, showing what will go above the station, has been and gone – you might have missed it.

City battles for Alexandria traffic solutions

A significant win for Alexandria residents, with the introduction of a 40 km/h speed limit in most local streets.

Hot and sunny Funday for all

The fifth SundayFunday at Alexandria Park.

Dreadful state of transport

A wide coalition of community groups is rallying on February 17 to protest the dreadful state of transport in our state under the banner “Fix NSW Transport”.

Extra roads – faster travel?

RMS wants to increase the capacity of the roads leading from St Peters to Moore Park.

Euston-McEvoy-Lachlan: ‘connectivity’ carnage!

The first Alexandria to Moore Park Connectivity (Euston-McEvoy-Lachlan) upgrade community consultation was held at short notice at a back-street venue (far from public transport) in another suburb. Worse was the sense of spin and disingenuous objectives attendees were left with.

‘Our Alex’ opening will be a while yet

The Alexandria Hotel will not re-open its doors until next year, despite initial suggestions that it would be up and running by November. 

The Alex has been saved!

This is an astounding victory for the residents of Alexandria who rallied, repeatedly, to save the Alex. The drive and persistence of people such...

Development dancing partners

Clover Moore’s response to the increasing development calamity in Erskineville can be summed up very simply – hypocritical, gutless buck-passing.

WestConnex – ‘smoke stacks and mirrors’

The New M5 tunnel will terminate in St Peters and is expected to deliver 120,000 vehicles to two local roads.

‘Crown of Thorns’ a disaster for inner city

From 2019, the M5 will terminate at the interchange. The new M5 will have a carrying capacity of 150,000 vehicles per day, 50 per...

Budding community workers

ALEXANDRIA: Robert Bruce, Acting Principal of Alexandria Park Community School, spoke recently about the initiative to create community gardens within an inner-city school. He said: “A lot of our kids live in the local area and do not have access to gardens in their home environment.”

Talking traffic and transport blues

ALEXANDRIA: Public transport and parking issues took the spotlight at the Alexandria Traffic Forum this month, as residents voiced their concerns over the area’s transport problems. The forum was attended by members of the Council, Sydney Buses, the NSW Department of Transport, Transport consultants, and the Sydney Metropolitan Development Authority (SMDA).