In this election the number of candidates and the postal process means, if you are like me you do not know much about some of the other candidates. I wouldn't say a bad word about any of them but in since there is not much information around at least I can show you some more which will help you gain an idea of who you would choose to represent you. I know it is not much to go on

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Jon Caneva

Jon Caneva, Windsor resident for 12 years, owner of the Duke of Windsor Hotel, has been an active member of local business and trader groups, initiated the setting up of the Windsor Community Bank®. Enjoys working with community groups and developing opportunities for those less fortunate.

DUKE OF WINDSOR HOTEL

The Duke of Windsor Hotel was built on the corner of High and Chapel Streets in 1858. The Caneva family have been the proprieters for the past 30 years. Formally the Albion, it was renovated and renamed in the 1930s. This establishment is Prahran's oldest surviving hotel

 

 

http://www.bendigobank.com.au/windso r/Directors_profile.asp

 

www.caneva.com.au/Pages/Jon.ht ml

 

 

http://www.chapelstreet.com.au/defau lt.asp?mode=history

Janice Slattery

Jan Slattery B.Juris, LL.B, LL.M - Consultant

Jan has been practising in Family Law for over 20 years, and spent 10 years as a Registrar of the Family Court at Melbourne, Hobart and Newcastle. Jan has a Masters Degree in Law and sat as a part-time member of the Small Claims and Residential Tenancies Tribunal for 10 years. Jan is experienced in all areas of Family Law, with a particular interest in issues relating to domestic violence, child abuse and substance abuse.

Jan has also completed a post graduate studies in Mediation at Melbourne University and International Arbitration at Cambridge Univeristy, England
Marshalls & Dent Lawyers
Level 13, 459 Little Collins Street
Melbourne Victoria 3000

http://www.mdlaw.com.au/family/fam_te am.html

Brian Reiter

Catch up with Brian Reiter at Huntingdale Golf Club

 

http://www.huntingdalegolf.com.au/Sept ember04.pdf

Melina Sehr

Melina Sehr works for the computer company IBM "said the decision (propprtional representatiion) was ‘a kick in the teeth for democracy’.‘Residents and traders in Stonnington will be disadvantaged because local issues will become diluted ...

Also a supporter of bicycle lanes in Chapel St- see here

http://www.onlymelbourne.com.au/melb ourne_details.php?id=3326

 

http://www.onlymelbourne.com.au/me lbourne_details.php?id=3326

http://www.bv.com.au/Template.cfm? Section=Major_campaigns&Template =/ContentManagement/ContentDispla y.cfm&ContentID=2425

Danny Samuels

Runs the Comic Art Company in Melbourne  They specialise in animation, both production and limited editions/sericels, comic book art and other collectables

 

http://www.comic-art.com.au/

Jeremy Hutton

Campaign Organiser for the Greens

And Greens Senate candidate David Risstrom

 

And seen at the Socialist Alliance Conference according to the Green Left Weekly

http://www.vic.greens.org.au/content/me dia/press-releases/24-09-04g

http://vic.greens.org.au/content/media /campaign/risstrom-vic-greens.pdf

http://www.greenleft.org.au/back/2004 /582/582p14.htm

Greg Adkins

Greg Adkins at Tearaway Travel

Tearaway Travel 52 Porter St, Prahan, VIC 3181 tel 03/9510 6344, tearaway@bigpond.com . Gay-specific business dealing with international and domestic travel.

Tearaway is now firmly ensconsed within the Commerical Road precinct in South Yarra, situated within The Outlook precinct. If you are a regular to Commercial Road, haven't been past for a while or are visiting Melbourne, please drop past let us know your here!

And Greg Adkins was a Team Manager with the Health Innovations Program at Inner South Community Health Service responsible for "Hustling to Health" extended hours service delivery for street sex workers, the integrated Health Bus, Youth Health Nurse and SAAP staff. He has long term experience in public health provision from policy development to practice rollout. Greg is a former sexual assault counsellor advocate at the South Eastern Centre Against Sexual Assault, Monash Medical Centre, Southern Health, and a former health educator at the Victorian AIDS Council/Gay Men's Health Centre.

AVP Victoria

The Anti Violence Project of Victoria is the peak organisation in Victoria advocating on issues on violence against and within the gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender communities. For immediate assistance call the police on 000, for support, advocacy and referral email us or call the co-convenor Greg Adkins on 0407 664442

http://www.tearaway.com/

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

http://www.health2004.com.au/progra m2/wednesday/sr_op_01.asp

Tom Moloney

He has his own site at

And more at the Victorian Governance Association

And Stonnington Representative of Save our Suburbs which is a registered action group that has been formed to address a strong need to provide an opportunity for the residents of Melbourne to unite to pressure on Government to change planning laws so that they accord proper respect to neighbourhood character and responsible development.

The SOS Policy explains the detailed concerns of SOS, but they may be
summarised as follows:

  • Defending the rights of residents
     Preserving residential amenity
     Preventing the demolition of valued buildings
     Discouraging inappropriate development in residential areas
     Encouraging redevelopment in appropriate areas and appropriate forms
     Maintaining responsibility for the planning of the suburbs primarily in the hands of local councils
     Preserving peripheral agricultural land, parkland and heritage buildings by direct measures
     Developing a planning and appeals system which is swift, effective, consistent, rational and fair
     Developing a rational population and housing policy for Melbourne and Victoria.
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http://users.bigpond.net.au/twm2000/

 

http://www.vlga.org.au/

 

http://www.saveoursuburbs.org.au/

 

http://www.saveoursuburbs.org.au/rep resent.htm

Chris Gahan

Gahan enjoys visiting Stonnington’s cafes in his spare time to meet with friends, family and Hawksburn Ward residents. It’s a good excuse to have a great coffee,” said Cr Gahan.

 

http://www.stonnington.vic.gov.au/news/ 0603/story11.htm