Community Consultation on IBAC, Victorian Ombudsman & Auditor-General

Community tunnel picket and friends at the Regent Theatre, 28 August 2014

Community tunnel picket and friends at the Regent Theatre, 28 August 2014

Are you appalled by our democractic processes being steadily undermined by vested interests? Do you remain crapped off by the disgusting East West Link “side letter” and those contracts hastily drafted before the November 2014 state election? Do you remember that Abbott all but approved East West Link back in 2012 before he even stepped foot inside the PM’s office?

Why not utilise this consultation as a platform to get your opinions known – and if you want – we’ll publish your submission on the YCAT site. Continue Reading…

Murphy v East West Link Supreme Court Challenge website now archived on YCAT

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Murphy vs. East West Link at High Court Hearing, 29 September 2014

We have archived the entire Murphy v East West Link Supreme Court Challenge website from 2014- 2015 on YCAT for future reference and have included a new Media Coverage section.

Note: the legal campaign has now finished, this website is an archived record maintained on behalf of the Murphy v East West Toll team. Continue Reading…

Murphy v State Government of Victoria & Linking Melbourne Authority

Murphy v State Government of Victoria & Linking Melbourne Authority

East West Link – From a Done Deal to a Dead End*

*Headline from the Northsider (21 May 2015)

Presentation by Meghan Fitzgerald, Fitzroy Legal Service

This presentation about the Tony Murphy vs. State of Victoria & Linking Melbourne Authority East West Link Supreme Court Case was developed to identify some of the longer term impacts of the case from a legal perspective, and for the purposes of outlining why this particular litigation had some impact, which is, as you well know primarily because of the will and actions of the community.

Murphy v State of Victoria & Linking Melbourne Authority East West Link – From ‘Done Deal’ to Dead End* by Yarra Campaign for Action on Transport (YCAT)

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