ICUs in the epicenter of the Delta outbreak are at breaking point. Workers from the frontline are reporting there just aren’t enough nurses to care for the alarming increase in the number of Covid+ patients needing ICU beds in Westmead and other hospitals in western and south-western Sydney.
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The Pilliga forest is a critical refuge for threatened species in a landscape largely cleared for agriculture. The Eastern Pygmy possum, the Barking Owl, Squirrel Glider and south-eastern long-eared bat all call the Pilliga forest home. Despite this, the NSW Government is fast-tracking Santos’s plan to drill 850 new Coal Seam Gas Wells in the Pilliga Forest.
The Cumberland Plain Conservation Plan will not protect koalas or other threatened species, says Cate Faehrmann, Greens MP and planning spokesperson, after the final plan was released today.
In a win for the community, the environment and good governance, the Dungowan Dam project looks dead in the water after Infrastructure Australia released its scathing Evaluation Summary of the dam today, says Cate Faehrmann, Greens MP and water spokesperson. Last week Cate Faehrmann secured the release of the Dungowan...
Internal emails obtained via an order for papers by the NSW Upper House show the Planning Minister is doing the bidding of developers, says Cate Faehrmann, Greens MP and planning spokesperson. The Sydney Morning Herald has today reported on internal department communications that reveal the developer lobby group Urban TaskForce...
The Government must immediately implement the recommendations of the Upper House Flood Inquiry and do more to assist devastated communities, many of whom are still homeless, five months after experiencing extreme flooding, says Greens NSW MPs Cate Faehrmann and Sue Higginson, both of whom participated on the Inquiry.