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    A CASE STUDY: TECHNO PARK DRIVE RESIDENTS EVICTED

    The housing crisis in Melbourne’s west continued: A special feature by RMIT journalists Annelise Ireland and Peter Whelan In May this year the residents of...

    WHO’S DISRUPTING COUNCIL MEETINGS IN THE WESTERN SUBURBS?

    RMIT SPECIAL FEATURE: far right councils: By RMIT Students Tiarna Condren, Eliza Freeman, Declan Bailey, Jack O'Shea-Ayres If you’ve tried to attend a local council...

    PEDESTRIAN HIT BY TRUCK DUE TO MISSING TRAFFIC LIGHTS AT INFAMOUS YARRAVILLE INTERSECTION

    ‘If it weren’t for Andria (his first responder) I don’t think I’d be here’.

    Questions, questions, interjections, and more questions

    But is it the process the people want? 

    MISSING IN ACTION, AND BLOCKED

    Local government is meant to be the most accessible level of government in our political system.

    TEARS, OVATIONS AND EMPTY SPACES

    Tears at Hobsons Bay, people voting with their feet at Wyndham, standing ovations at Brimbank and unusually sedate at Maribyrnong.

    HERITAGE ‘HOVELS’ WON’T PROTECT AGAINST CLIMATE CHANGE

    Maintaining an old house is already costly but insulating an old building to meet future climate is prohibitive.

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