No Aircraft Noise

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No Aircraft Noise, or more fully The Common Cause - No Aircraft Noise, is a minor Australian political party.[1] It is dedicated to removing noise pollution for residents of Sydney, which is generated by the city's three airports. The party suggested that the airports should be shifted to the edge of Sydney, away from the dense residential areas.[2] The party's former adherents included Greens MLC Sylvia Hale. Among its best results was a primary vote of 23.65% and two party preferred vote of 39.55% in the electorate of Marrickville in the 1995 state election[3] and 13.61% in the inner-Sydney electorate of Grayndler in the 1996 federal election.[4]

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