In the Media

Victorian desal plant and east-west link disasters are off the rails.

Kenneth Davidson, The Age, 25 November 2013

“Secrecy in public policy-making involves the corruption of proper process. Victorians would be horrified if they knew more about the costs of the water desalination contract and the disaster involved in the (apparently bipartisan) determination to enter an equally disastrous contract to build the east-west road link.”

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Media Archive

Tunnel on road to deeper trouble: Damon Kitney, The Australian 15/10

East-west link protesters blockade John Holland office in Collingwood: Deborah Gough, The Age 15/10

Melbourne Plan needs healthy dose of reality: Tim Colebatch, The Age 15/10

Fight for the inner north: Gary Pearce in Overland 11/10

East West Link protesters to target private companies: Nic Price, Melbourne Leader11/10

East West Link protest ends after deal is struck for work to stop for the day 9/10

Protester chains himself to east-west drilling rig 9/10

East West tunnel to greatly increase Parkville traffic 9/10

Napthine defends East West Tunnel modelling 2/10

Transurban rejects east-west link project 1/8

East-west link showdown looms 1/8

3AW Interview with Bruno Alexksi, LMA Director, Audio

Rudd rules out tunnel funding 31/7

The political reality behind the east-west link 23/7

Taxpayers shoulder huge risks of east-west link 20/7

Lord Mayor has doubts over East-West Link 18/7

Mulder says East West will improve city-bound traffic; Angry resident claims a lack of community consultation; James speaks about EVO 17/7

Alan Davies: Is there actually a sensible case for the East-West Link?  17/7

All Residents

Letters to The Age 24/9

‘It’s not a house. It’s a home.’ 24/9

Threat to call in police as protesters block east-west drilling 24/9

Small protest disrupts work on East West Link 24/9

Protesters halt work on East West Link tunnel in Carlton North 24/9

Retiree ready for his third battle with tunnel vision 22/7

Residents rally in Parkville to protest against East West Link 21/7

Angry residents plan east-west road protest 20/7

Melbourne residents to fight road project 20/7

East West Link project has residents feeling road rage 19/7

Residents and businesses seek legal advice over East West Link 17/7

EVO Apartments

State to pay $90m for Evo apartments 26/9

Buyers to bail out of East West Link apartments 26/9

Off the plan buyers opt to walk away from Evo 25/9

Investors in a bind over off-the-plan apartments 25/7

Angry off the plan Evo apartment investors join Greens to protest East West Link Parkville plans 18/7

East-West link casts no shadow over Australand’s Parkville project progress but Evo buyers caught in the middle 16/7

East-worst: heavy toll for Parkville apartments

Apartment owners in developments near the new East West link tollway fear their property prices will plunge

Herald Sun:Apartment owners in developments near the new East West link tollway fear their property prices will plunge

Royal Park/Ross Straw Field

Fears park to go for Melbourne link road 21/7