Category Traffic

Brunswick Skyrail: Meeting tonight

LEVEL CROSSING REMOVALS IN BRUNSWICK Tonight, Thursday 2 March, Merri-bek Council is organising a Public Meeting at the Brunswick Town Hall, to discuss the proposed removal of eight level crossings across Brunswick. This major infrastructure project, managed by the state government’s Level Crossing Removal Project (LXRP), will have major impacts for our neighbourhood – especially […]

Brunswick Residents Network Newsletter, February 2023

Welcome to our February news, including dates for Council’s Level Crossing Removal community meetings; 2020 Council election vote-rigging finally before VCAT; residents taking action to make streets safer; and our regular quirky history section. Read on (clunky version copied from Mailchimp); or view neatly formatted here. Brunswick Residents Network News: February 2023 VCAT finally hears […]

Brunswick Resident Network Newsletter January 2023

Welcome to our first 2023 newsletter. Read on (apologies for the clunky format) for news on level crossing removals, VCAT decisions, some great local history tales and more, or read nicely formatted here Brunswick Residents Network News: November 2022 We start the year with tales of complaints and corruption; Level Crossing feature; VCAT battles over […]

Brunswick Residents Newsletter, November 2022

Brunswick state election results so far. Community Zoom forum on Brunswick Skyrail. Plus our regular round-up of planning and traffic issues, cultural events, and a spot of local history. Brunswick Residents Network News: November 2022 Dr Tim Read continues as Brunswick MP with solid majority. BRN Zoom forum next Monday, discussing responses to Brunswick Skyrail. […]

Brunswick Residents Network Newsletter, September 2022

Meet local candidates and discuss issues in State elections at Brunswick forums. Check out our submission on neighbourhood design guidelines. Plus our regular round-up of news on transport, planning, and parks; and history, art and culture events. Scroll down to read in clunky format. Check out this and past issues and subscribe, at Mailchimp: https://mailchi.mp/2a7cb726f1a2/brunswickresidentnews-8680744 […]

Brunswick Residents Network News, July 2022

“Neighbourhood character” consultations; major Brunswick property investor in administration; our regular roundup of traffic, parks, and politics; history events; and more. Read on in clunky format, or have a smoother reading experience here. Have your say on neighbourhood character, parklands and the new tram depot! View this email in your browser Brunswick Residents Network Newsletter, […]

Brunswick Residents Network News, May 2022

Welcome to our monthly newsletter. Read on for updates on planning, parks, politics, plus history, olive oil, and more. For cleaner formatting, read on Mailchimp. New planning challenges follow Bunnings victory. Industrial update; elections; opening the golf course and more on greenery; community gardening; and where to press your olives. View this email in your […]

Brunswick Residents Network Newsletter, April 2022

Bunnings victory by residents analysed. “Why 30kph is the go”, highlights from our March forum. Plus our regular news on everything from planning to parks. Scroll down to read in clunky cut and paste formatting, or read in full original beauty here.         Bumper edition: a great community victory over Bunnings, but […]

Brunswick Residents Network Newsletter, March 2022

With nicer formatting here: https://mailchi.mp/b2001d624a0d/brunswickresidentnews, or read on. Scorecard bites dust; Merri Creek visions; traffic humps for Nicholson “Bends”; culture, history, Council news, and more. *|MC_PREVIEW_TEXT|* <!– Residents win on scorecard – but Brickworks heritage tumbles. Council, planning, culture, the creek, and why to love 30kph View this email in your browser Brunswick Residents Network […]

Brunswick Residents Network Newsletter, January 2022

Welcome to our January 2022 newsletter. Scroll down  for all our news, or read with nicer formatting here . Summer special: walking tours, park designs for comment, plus our regular transport and planning updates View this email in your browser Brunswick Residents Network Newsletter, January 2022 *|MC:TOC|* <!– –> Moreland Council welcomes walking report One […]