Monthly Archives: August 2011

Kew Cottages KRS Development Contract Contents (CPS Version)

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PM and premiers agree on national disability scheme

Prime Minister Julia Gillard speaks with Victorian Premier Ted Baillieu ahead of the Council of Australian Governments meeting yesterday. Photo: Alex Ellinghausen A LANDMARK national disability scheme is a step closer, with the Prime Minister and … Continue reading

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Lib donors poised to hit paydirt | The Age

Friends in high places http://www.theage.com.au/victoria/-1j0j0.html Continue reading

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Heritage Watchdog to Investigate Kew Cottages Land Clearance. | Media Release

http://www.kew.org.au Release Date: 20110810 Brian Walsh, President of the Kew Cottages Coalition said today that the State Government watchdog, Heritage Victoria, had agreed to investigate what appeared to be unlawful clearance of the Public Land at Kew… Continue reading

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Green wedges | The Age Letters

SHAME on those who want to take these areas, described as our ”city’s lungs”, away permanently from the majority only to fill the pockets of the greedy few. Sean Kolednik, Box Hill South IT IS a sad day for Melburnians when Lady Hamer finds the … Continue reading

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Keep wedge faith | The Age Letters

COULD I add a few words to the current controversy over Melbourne’s green wedges. My arguments are not about money, so perhaps they have little weight today, and of course I am attached to the ideas of my late husband, Dick Hamer. I believe that h… Continue reading

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Carers cautious over $60m deal The Age

Michelle Griffin August 4, 2011 –> Abigail Elliott and her three-year-old son Willem and daughter daughter Imogen. Photo: Joe Armao ABIGAIL Elliott doesn’t want people to feel sorry for her. But as the mother of a three-year-old boy with Down syn… Continue reading

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