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Addison Road StirrUp Gallery, 42 Addison Rd, Marrickville
On Sept 9 Inner West Council will hold elections to elect 3 new councillors for each of the 5 wards which form part of this Council. Addison Road Community Centre is organising a Meet-the-Candidates event where the community will be asking the Marrickville Ward candidates about issues affecting us all particularly WestConnex.
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Join us after polling day for plenty of cooling drinks, warming food, music and watching the election results unfold....no guaranteed victories, but guaranteed solidarity!

Art Resistance (Hut 24A) at the Addison Rd Community Centre, 142 Addison Rd Marrickville.

As CSG is a threat to our communities, our health and our livelihoods. The Nepean River is bubbling with methane and the multibillion dollar companies claim innocence.

Dust off some old clothes that you don't mind getting some red paint on and join us in the heart of Blacktown to make it clear that we demand water free from arsenic, benzene and leaching methane.

Meet 9.30am at the Village Green and join the zombie march through the streets of Blacktown back to the station.

Second hand books and books for social change, novels, fiction and non-fiction + much more, at very cheap prices (most books $2 and under!)

Addison Rd Community Markets - opposite Sidetrack Theatre. 142 Addison Rd Marrickville.

Gaelic Club, 1/64 Devonshire St, Surry Hills
The Greens NSW invites all members, supporters, friends, and comrades to an open meeting for left unionists to plan the way forward for the campaign around penalty rates and the ABCC. Following a motion by the CFMEU, Unions NSW has committed to a mass rank and file delegates meeting on the 28th of July which will see activists from all affiliated unions come together to debate the way forward for worker’s rights. 
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This street festival, organised by Liverpool City Council in collaboration with the Liverpool Refugee Committee, features a multicultural fashion show, community awards ceremony, community art, multicultural performers, children's activities and more. Thursday 21 June, Liverpool Free; 10:00am-1:00pm; Macquarie Mall, Liverpool; for information contact Shabnom Bhana on (02) 9821 7779 or email s.bhana@liverpool.nsw.gov.au

An exhibition of photos and info about the situation of Palestinian refugees focusing on communities around Hebron. This exhibition was cancelled in May 2008 when counter-terrorism agents from the NSW police visited the Leichhardt library on the morning it was to be opened. Organised by Leichhardt Friends of Hebron.

Opening Fri June 25, open all day Sat June 26. Forum on the censorship of the exhibition at 3.30pm on Saturday.

Leichhardt Town Hall

Parramatta Activist Centre, 3/29 Macquarie St, Parramatta
Guest speakers: Elena Garcia, a co-author of Sustainable Agriculture versus Corporate Greed: Small Farmers, Food Security & Big Business, recently published by Resistance Books, farms organic beef with her partner in Queensland and is a regular contributor to Green Left Weekly; Greg Meyer is the vice president of Permaculture Sydney West .

Qantas CEO Alan Joyce is speaking at a UNSW School of Business "Meet the CEO" event. Joyce is a clear symbol of the greed and ruthlessness of the 1% - join our protest outside the meeting to show him how we feel, and demand that Qantas meets workers' demands to keep their jobs and have decent wages that keep up with the cost of living.

Refugee advocacy group PEOPLE JUST LIKE US will hold a peaceful street walk to highlight the urgent need to end indefinite detention of asylum seekers on October 15 in Castlecrag.

Local residents and PEOPLE JUST LIKE US, know that we can't go on abusing our environment, and that includes people's human rights.

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