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Extending the Tram through Fawkner - Moreland Council Survey

Moreland Council have announced a Survey on extending Sydney Road tram through Fawkner. This is gratifying to see, although it is just the first step in a campaign to have the No 19 Sydney Road tram service extended past it’s present Bakers Road, North Coburg terminus. 347 more words

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Upfield Bike path: shared use upgrade to cemetery footpath does not go far enough for cyclists

One of the anomalies facing cyclists accessing the Upfield Bike Path from central Fawkner was either using Sydney Road in a 70km zone or riding on the footpath next to the cemetery, an illegal act unless accompanying children. 794 more words

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Brunswick: Montfort Park alienation from the public realm

The issue of open space and Montfort Park in Brunswick has been raised by the initiation of a community petition and Facebook Group. Although I live in Fawkner, I care about open space and environmental issues across the municipality. 1,565 more words

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Candidate Engagement on community issues for Moreland Council election 2016

The election was held Saturday 22 October. See the election results.

In my article on candidates standing for NE ward I provided a matrix for what community surveys each candidate had responded to. 830 more words

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Who is standing for NE ward of Moreland Council in 2016?

For Moreland Council North East ward, which Fawkner is a part of, 4 Councillors are to be elected, from 20 candidates standing. See VEC Moreland City Council 2016 Nominations… 4,430 more words

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Upfield Bike Path Graffiti

The Upfield bike path goes through Brunswick and Coburg before running out at the northern end of Fawkner Crematorium and Memorial Park. There has been graffiti along the bike path for decades. 346 more words

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Many hands make light work: Out of the Matrix - World Environment Day event

Early morning on Sunday June 5 РWorld Environment Day Рwas a cold and wet one for an artist holding an outdoor printmaking event in Melbourne, though not on a scale seen in Paris, where devastating  535 more words

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