2007

These are Statements made by the RWA, its Minister and other Government Ministers concerning the RWA or issues relating to Redfern Waterloo in 2007. Earlier Statements appear under the year the statement was made.
$123M INVESTMENT IN REDFERN GIVEN PLANNING GO-AHEAD
A major media hub proposed for the Australian Technology Park at Redfern has been given planning approval by the NSW Government reports a media Release from Minister frank Sartor on 6th February 2007.
File February 2007 RWA Update - PDF Version
This is a PDF version of the RWA Update issued in February 2007 which provided an update on earlier announced RWA initiatives. File is 156 Kb PDF.
February 2007 - RWA Update - text version
This is the text version of the RWA February 2007 Update. Articles include: $123 million Channel 7 project to start - 2000 new jobs for Redfern / Yaama Dhinawan’s proud graduation / How to book Yaama Dhinawan / National Indigenous Development Centre / Community Consultation on NIDC / New Community Health Centre moves ahead / $60 million in affordable housing / Progress on Redfern Station upgrade / Need Assistance?
File June 2007 RWA Update - PDF Version
This is a PDF version of the RWA Update issued in June 2007. File is 321 Kb PDF.
June 2007 - RWA Update - text version
This is the text version of the RWA June 2007 Update. Articles include: Redfern public housing gets $27 million boost / Community markets to open by April 2008 / Eveleigh Heritage Walk / Construction training commences at Yaama / Future development of surplus lands / Sponsorship for Tribal Warrior Association / Australian Technology Park keeps growing / Indigenous jobs initiative goes from strength to strength / ILC Invests More in Redfern / Contributions Plans to fund public infrastructure / Quick cooking on a budget / $1 million for new PCYC / Human Services Plan update / Need Assistance?
File RWA Employment and Enterprise Web Changes - 24th August 2007
This is a comparison of the RWA Employment and Enterprise website Implimentation section when it changes on 24th August 2007. The File is RTF / Word 39 Kb.
October 2007 - RWA Update - text version
This is the text version of the RWA October 2007 Update. Articles include: Planning for public housing renewal / Elizabeth Street redevelopment / Action Plan to improve Waterloo Green / Koori Job Ready Course in Construction / Rabbitohs chief says self-belief is key / Making school more interesting / Combatting family violence / Need business help? / Yaama Dhiyaan / Application lodged for new health centre / $50m residential development at hospital site / EXPERIENCE AN ABORIGINAL CULTURAL CRUISE / $123 million media hub / Community markets / Plan for former Railyards / $45m Indigenous project / Eveleigh Heritage Walk / $54m works near complete / Need Assistance?
File October 2007 RWA Update - PDF Version
This is a PDF version of the RWA Update issued in October 2007. File is 408 Kb PDF.
NSW GOVERNMENT SUPPORTS FACELIFT FOR REDFERN SITE
The NSW Government has given the green light to plans for a new $30.6 million sports, education and community centre at Redfern reports a media Release from Minister frank Sartor on 8th October 2007.
CONCEPT APPROVAL FOR RACHEL FORSTER REDEVELOPMENT
Planning Minister Frank Sartor today announced the approval of a concept plan for the $70 million residential redevelopment of the former Rachel Forster Hospital at Redfern reports this media Statement of 11 October 2007 from the The Hon Frank Sartor MP Minister for Planning and Minister for Redfern Waterloo.
Minister Sartor & RWA CEO’s Answers at Estimates Hearing – 15 October 2007
Minister Sartor and RWA CEO Robert Domm appeared before NSW Parliament’s General Purpose Standing Committee No 4 for “Estimates Hearings” on 15th November 2007. The draft transcript includes how the Minister sees progress in Redfern Waterloo, CUB Voluntary Planning Agreements, Redfern Railway Station, Public housing Redevelopment, the RWA’s involvement in Human Services and Aboriginal employment.
Construction Starts on Landmark Redfern Project
Work has officially begun on a major new media hub at the Australian Technology Park (ATP) in Redfern, Planning Minister and Sartor Minister for Redfern Waterloo announced today (3 December 2007) reports his media release.
Parliamentary Questions on Redfern Waterloo
A series of Questions on Redfern Waterloo issues were asked by Ms Sylvia Hale in the Legislative Council during October 2007. We have reproduced the questions in Bold Text below with the answers provided by the Minister representing the Minister for Redfern Waterloo on 27th November 2007 in Normal Text.
December 2007 - RWA Update - text version
This is the text version of the RWA December 2007 Update. Articles include: Global Television to join Seven Network at Redfern / Seasons Greetings / Eveleigh community markets approved / Redfern to be learning centre / Sydney Festival at Eveleigh’s Carriageworks / Seniors Christmas Party / Need Assistance?
File December 2007 RWA Update - PDF Version
This is a PDF version of the RWA Update issued in December 2007. File is 636 Kb PDF.
File RWA Annual Report 2006-2007 - Full Version with Pictures
This is the full 1.7MB PDF version of the RWA Annual report 06-07 with all the pictures.
Redfern-Waterloo Authority Annual Report 06-07
This is the text of the RWA Annual Report excluding the Financial Report for the Financial year ended June 2007. The Report can be downloaded as a full version with pictures (2MB). This year the RWA has not produced a text version of their annual report this year so this text version has been constructed by REDWatch to make the contents of the RWA Annual report readily available and searchable on the REDWatch site.
RWA Submission into Overcoming Indigenous Disadvantage - OCR Text Version
IMPORTANT NOTE - This is an OCR Version of RWA submission to the Inquiry into Overcoming Indigenous Disadvantage. This version is to enable people to electronically search the submission which is impossible in its original form. As this text version is produced by OCR, it is possible that it contains some errors. REDWatch can not guarantee it is 100% accurate. If you wish to use the OCR text you must check the OCR version against the original scan copy of the submission to satisfy yourself the OCR text is correct.