With Simon Unwin and Jessica Minshall
And Guest Ben Raue.
Download Show: Ep 2011-17: Part 3A Planning Laws and Sandon Point, and State Politics
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What does this mean for state policy? To find out we’re joined by election analyst, Ben Raue of The Tally Room.
Announced changes to the State Part 3A Planning Laws have been met with some excitement. Other communities are still battling the developments these laws have pushed through. Last year we spoke with Roy Dootch Kennedy, from the Sandon Point Aboriginal tent embassy, and his legal representative Al Oshlack from the Indigenous Justice Advocacy Network about their court cases against Stocklands. Jessica Minshall catches up with Al Oshlack to find out what's happened since October.
The Shooters and Fishers Party has already been exerting some influence on the Coalition Government, and conservation groups are concerned that the environmental protection afforded by State Forests and Marine Parks could be wound back. Simon Unwin speaks with NSW Nature Conservation Council's Pepe Clarke.