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East-West road axed

The Victoria government has scrapped a planned road which is set to be the most expensive cancellation in history, going against the advice of Australian Prime Minister Tony Abbott. 58 more words

Radio

Abbott Launches Childish Political Campaign In Victoria Over The EastWest Link

Prime Minister Tony Abbott and the Victorian Liberal Party have launched a childish political campaign against the Victorian Labor Government saying, “EastWest Link scrapped and you’re stuck in traffic! 237 more words

Australian News

Daniel Andrews Pays Barista To Not Make A Coffee

Victoria’s Premier Daniel Andrews is at least $4.29 out of pocket after reaching a deal  with The Coffee Emporium to cancel his predecessors daily  order. 221 more words

The UnAustralian

The end of the road.

Many of us thought we would be chaining ourselves to trees in Royal Park by now.  But thanks to the commitment of community campaigners and the new Labor government, we are instead celebrating the end of the East West Link. 225 more words

East West Link

Victoria: Cain-Kirner Mentality Brings East-West To A Costly End

SCANT REGARD for taxpayers’ money — with a reckless embrace of state debt, and indifference to Victoria’s investment reputation — saw the Andrews government piss almost $1 billion up against a post yesterday, finally axing Melbourne’s East-West Link road project for $339 million plus associated costs. 2,307 more words

Melbourne, VIC: Divert federal funds to level crossing removal

Federal funds would, if the Victoria state administration has its way will be diverted to level crossing removal rather than the East-West Link project. However, the federal position remains that it has agreed to provide AUD3.0 billion for the East-West Link and nothing else. 106 more words

Level Crossing

The East West Link Chronicles

The East West Link is an issue that has divided Melbournians like no other. Touching on the tension between inner-city and outer suburban needs, this contentious project saw massive protests, huge public engagement and ultimately contributed to the downfall of the State Government. 42 more words

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