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Latest WATAG newsletter

Click here to view the June 2022 Active Whitehorse News Just one minute will inspire you Just one minute will inspire you We all want more of a good thing Are electric cars “part of the solution”? What-do-your-children-think? No more … Continue reading

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No more lip please

It’s unfortunate that Council Officers are sometimes subjected to a bit of lip when their decisions lead to dissatisfied residents voicing their discontent. So it’s great to report that at Whitehorse Council action has been taken to ensure that in … Continue reading

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Free public transport?

Justine McIntyre says:“I had the opportunity to study free public transit in depth for an economics project at HEC. Although my colleagues and I were initially favourably biased towards free transit, our study led us to conclude against it. Here’s … Continue reading

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Are we walking tall but not thinking big?

In the context of a major Metropolitan Activity Centre (MAC), is a 51 story residential tower or a 28 story commercial building to be built by Vicinity Centres in Box Hill, Melbourne really surprising? With the confluence at Box Hill … Continue reading

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Better streets for [insert your suburb here]

Your Street, Your Say: Better streets for Darebin Your Street, Your Say is a Local Area Planning project proposed by Darebin City Council with a focus on placemaking around streets. The goal of this project is to recommend a series … Continue reading

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