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Contact Information for REDWatch

For Media Comment, Speaking Engaugements and General Information contact:

Spokesperson:  Geoffrey Turnbull
Phone:              (02) 8004 1490
Email:               mail@redwatch.org.au

Postal Address: REDWatch c/- PO Box 1567, Strawberry Hills NSW 2012

Monthly Meetings: 

REDWatch holds monthly meetings normally on the 1st Thursday of the Month (January Excluded) at 6pm at the Factory, 67 Raglan Street Waterloo.  Where possible the first section of the meeting has a guest speaker. This is followed by a working meeting. REDWatch meetings are open to all members of the Redfern - Waterloo community.

Email Lists:

REDWatch operates a number of Email lists for people who want to find out more about what is happening in Redfern Waterloo and in REDWatch. If you want further information email mail@redwatch.org.au. Details of the REDWatch operated email lists are below:

1. Members List

If you become a member of REDWatch Inc. you are added to the members list. This is an open list for members to discuss issues of concern to REDWatch.

2. REDWatch Email

These emails are about what REDWatch is doing, about REDWatch meetings and activities. If you subscribe to this list you should also join the Redfern Waterloo Issues Update if you are not already on it. This is because REDWatch assumes that its supporters see the RWIU’s and that this information does not need to be repeated to REDWatch supporters.

You can subscribe to the REDWatch Emails by filling out the form at http://lists.redwatch.org.au/mailman/listinfo/supporter .

3. REDWatch Heritage List

Heritage, especially arround the former Eveleigh Railway Workshops, has been one of REDWatch's concerns since it was established. This list is for those with a specific interest in Redfern Eveleigh Darlington and Waterloo (REDW) heritage. You can join this list at http://lists.redwatch.org.au/mailman/listinfo/heritage

4. REDWatch Central to Eveleigh Rail Corridor Updates

The Central to Eveleigh Railway Corridor Proposal of the NSW Government announced in 2013 crosses a number of suburbs. It includes Redfern Station and Eveleigh which REDWatch has been monitoring since 2004. This list has been established to enable REDWatch to advise interested people within and outside our area about what REDWatch knows about the Central to Eveleigh proposal and associated consultations. You can join this list at http://lists.redwatch.org.au/mailman/listinfo/c2e_interest.

5. North Eveleigh Email Lists

This list is intended for those wanting to be kept up to date with developments proposed on the North Eveleigh rail yard site adjoining Wilson Street Darlington. There are a number of groups that have an intertest in this site and REDWatch setup this list as a way of getting information out to all interested people - http://lists.redwatch.org.au/mailman/listinfo/northeveleigh. There is also a North Eveleigh Working Group list for those more activly involved on issues around this site.

6. LIft Redfern

REDWatch hosts two lists for Lift Redfern Station Campaign. There is a LIft Redfern Supporters list to keep people up to date with progress in the campaign and information about how you can support Lift Redfern at http://lists.redwatch.org.au/mailman/listinfo/supporters_lift_redfern.  There is also a LIft Redfern Organisers email list for those are more activly involved in a Co-ordinating the campaign. For information on Lift Redfern visit http://liftredfernstation.wordpress.com/

7. Redfern Waterloo Issues Updates (RWIU)

These are general updates about what is happening in Redfern Waterloo. These updates are not about what REDWatch is doing but about the area and issues generally. You can see past updates at  http://www.redwatch.org.au/updatestopic .

We have created a range of "topics" to cover the spread of Redfern Waterloo issues. If you wish to only see emails that have information on your selected topics you can do so. We have used three broad topic categories. The first Category covers the locations - the suburbs and key places. The second category covers the broad range of players. The third category covers a range of key issues. You can choose as many or as few as you like. If you wish to see all emails leave all choices unmarked - this is the default setting.

You can subscribe to the RWIU by filling out the form at http://lists.redwatch.org.au/mailman/listinfo/update.

8. RSS Feeds

Those who are experienced with the use of RSS feeds may prefer to set up RSS feeds from the REDWatch website rather than subscribe to the RWIU list. The material in the RWIU emails are also be posted to the REDWatch website. Not all material posted to the REDWatch website will be covered in the email updates as we will only email on key events or issues to limit the amount of email you receive. You can set up an RSS feed from anywhere on the REDWatch website but the most common feed is from the "Website Changes" Directory as the feed than delivers any change to the site including RWIUs.