About the REDWatch Website
This site is not just about REDWatch. It brings together
information concerning the community from Government reports, the media
and local email updates to provide a community information resource for
those wanting to know what is happening in the area and why it is
happening. We have added a lot of historical
information so the community can be reminded of what we have been
promised at various points of time.
Over time the events we have documented have themselves
become history and the site offers a virtual resource center for both
residents and academics. Each government intervention has had its own
website from which material disappears or is relocated over time and
with the demise of organisations this results in links to external
websites that no longer work.
Redesigns on the ATP website in 2012 and the pulling down
of the RWA website in May 2012 have resulted in many links no longer
functioning. In many cases REDWatch has also placed the documents
referred to on the REDWatch website. We hold a mirror copy of the final
RWA website and may hold copies of other files referred to on this site.
Material on the site has been put together so you get a
description of the topics in a report without having to open it. Using
the search bar in the top right hand corner of the page will enable you
to quickly find material without having to pick your way through each
section of the site.
New Material is being added as it becomes available. The most Recent additions can easily be located in Recent Changes or by establishing an RSS feed to any part of the site. If you find material that we should include on the site or provide a link to please email us your suggestions.
For translation to languages other than English copy www.redwatch.org.au into one of these web translators or visit our translation tools page. We can not guarantee the accuracy of any web translation but it may be better than nothing.
REDWatch meets at 6:00pm on the 1st Thursday of the month at the Factory Community Centre, 67 Raglan Street Waterloo. REDWatch also has working groups that meet at other times during the month.
REDWatch is also on Social media: Our Facebook is at https://www.facebook.com/RedfernEveleighDarlingtonWaterlooWatch/ and Twitter - https://twitter.com/REDWatch_RW
REDWatch can be contacted through Geoff Turnbull
phone: (02) 8004 1490
address: c/- PO Box 1567 Strawberry Hills NSW 2012 Australia
For further information and to join REDWatch email lists go to contacts page .