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About nepeangreens

Local Greens Group promoting Grassroots Democracy since 1995. Mission: To represent the people of the Nepean Valley at all levels of government through winning seats at the table. Description: The Nepean Greens were formed in 1995. The Greens stand on four key principles - peace, environmental sustainability, social justice and grassroots democracy. All policies are derived from these principles and at all levels, local, State and Federal.

The Nepean Greens Announce its Preference Distribution Suggestions for Penrith, Mulgoa and Londonderry in 2015 NSW State Election

Media Release – 16 March 2015 The Greens campaigns for Penrith, Mulgoa and Londonderry have made the decision in the 2015 election to recommend to Greens voters that they number every box in the Lower House. These decisions were based … Continue reading

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Shane Gorman – Greens for Londonderry

G’Day I’m Shane Gorman! I’m a 22 year old university student living in Emu Plains. Ive lived in greater western Sydney for over 18 years now and will fondly admit that I find it rather difficult to feel at home … Continue reading

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Mark O’Sullivan Greens for Penrith

Mark O’Sullivan has been a resident of the Nepean region for most of his life and has a passionate belief in the present and future of the region.  He thinks that the residents of Penrith deserve to have a clear … Continue reading

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What Exactly is the ‘Penrith way of life’ Councillor Cornish?

Media Release on Friday 31st October, 2014 by Greens member and candidate for Londonderry at the 2015 State Election, Shane Gorman. Greens Candidate for Londonderry Shane Gorman commends a recent Penrith City Council decision to support a complying development for a … Continue reading

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Kingsley Liu Greens for Mulgoa

A STRONG VOICE FOR OUR MULGOA COMMUNITY KINGSLEY LIU – The “Peoples Attorney” Kingsley Liu is a symbol of social justice and community spirit A third generation Chinese, descended from the 1800’s Bendigo goldfields, Kingsley Liu commenced his working life … Continue reading

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Western Weekender Article Response – Fiona Scott welcomes axing of the carbon tax (25 July 2014 Issue 1163)

Letter to the Editor from Michelle Tormey, sent 30 July 2014 In response to this article: Carbon Pricing has made a difference. According to the Climate Institute, since the introduction of the carbon price: – Pollution is down by 10.3 … Continue reading

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Women’s Experience Undervalued in Penrith Council?

Media Release issued on 18 September 2014 Greens Councillor, Michelle Tormey, thinks Penrith would benefit from a female mayor. Since 1960, women have sat in the top job for only six of the 54 years, which is about 10% of … Continue reading

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