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Public inquiry probes new Sydney super council

Botany Bay Council's proposal for a new inner- Sydney super council will be put under the microscope at a public Daily Telegraph Australia - City East, 3 days ago
Merger buzz in the east Daily Telegraph Australia - City East, 6 days ago

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Botany Bay's plan strongly rejected

A CITY of Sydney councillor has branded Botany Bay's plan to swallow up neighbouring suburbs
 Daily Telegraph Australia - City East2 days ago Plan to extend light rail to Botany Bay  Daily Telegraph Australia2 months ago
Melbourne Age

Gweagal warrior's descendants to travel to British Museum to demand return of Aboriginal artefacts

The descendants of a Gweagal warrior shot by Captain Cook's marines as they landed in Botany Bay 246 years ago hope to travel to London's British Museum to demand the return of Aboriginal artefacts. A delegation led by activist Rodney Kelly plan to ...
 Sydney Morning Herald1 week ago
Sydney Morning Herald

Cut-up torso found off Sydney beach may have been drug mule: coroner

A mysterious and unidentified torso found floating off Kyeemagh Beach at Botany Bay more than four years ago could have been a drug mule who was cut open to retrieve drugs from inside him, the NSW coroner has found. A group of men on Corrective ...
 ABC Online1 week ago Unidentified torso found at Botany Bay had high traces of cocaine  WA Today1 week ago

Unknown torso had high traces of cocaine

High traces of cocaine found in a man's torso that washed up in Botany Bay strongly suggests the man's death is linked to criminal activity and drug smuggling, the NSW Coroner's Court has found. The mutilated body of the still-unidentified man was ...
 Perth Now1 week ago
Sky News Australia

Search for missing NSW fisherman scaled back

The search for a missing fisherman who was washed from his boat in Botany Bay has been
 Herald Sun1 month ago Search for fisherman resumes in Sydney  Sky News Australia1 month ago Missing NSW fisherman search scaled back month ago Search for Sydney fisherman set to resume (AAP)  West Australian1 month ago
WA Today

Support for Botany-Rockdale merger

THE State Government has indicated its in principle support for a Botany Bay and Rockdale merger despite a scheduled inquiry into a proposed southeast super council taking in
 Daily Telegraph Australia - City East2 weeks ago Botany boundary bid gets review  Daily Telegraph Australia - City East3 weeks ago Sydney Airport : Court rejected Botany Bay merger legal lawsuit  4 Traders1 month ago Botany Bay merger case thrown out of court  WA Today1 month ago
Melbourne Age

Council amalgamations: Botany lodges proposal for merged 'port' council

Botany Bay Council has lodged an alternative plan for a council amalgamation in its area, which would create a by taking parts of neighbouring councils, including Randwick, City of Sydney, Marrickville and Rockdale. The proposal would take the the ...
 Melbourne Age3 weeks ago Botany and Randwick Councils battle  Daily Telegraph Australia - City East2 weeks ago Botany lodges proposal for merged 'port' council  Sydney Morning Herald3 weeks ago Councillors reject Toole's job offer  Daily Telegraph Australia - City East1 month ago
Melbourne Age

Gweagle warrior's descendants angry British Museum won't return shield

Descendants of a Gweagle warrior shot, and possibly killed, by Captain Cook's marines when the explorer landed at Botany Bay on April 28, 1770, are incensed and insulted by the British Museum's refusal to return his weapons. Until late last month ...
 Melbourne Age1 month ago Gweagle warrior's descendants 'insulted' British Museum refuses to return shield  Melbourne Age1 month ago

Spectator Australia Wine Club May

Ive often wondered what Australia would today be like if the Comte de Lapérouse had landed at Botany Bay a few days earlier. He got there on 24 January 1788, six days after Commodore Arthur Phillip had arrived. If the French had settled first would ...
 Spectator Australia3 weeks ago
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