Seeds of excellence
Logan’s Shailer Pioneer Park is regarded as one of Queensland’s best, having picked up an Award for Excellence in the Parks and Open Space Development category at the Parks and Leisure Australia (Qld Region) annual awards in May.
The City of Holdfast Bay has been focusing on transforming its high-potential individuals into high-performing leaders.
Stop. Think. Respect.
Reconciliation Australia has congratulated Beyond Blue on its new national anti-discrimination campaign Stop. Think. Respect.
Nillumbik Shire Council has welcomed a $50,000 grant that will fund an online enrolment and student portal for Living & Learning Nillumbik.
Building conflict competency*
As with complaints and conflict across all sectors, Local Government issues can escalate quickly; leading to the potential disruption of staff at many levels in the organisation.
Open air gym
Randwick City Residents can look forward to using a free public outdoor gym in Burrows Park, Clovelly.
Dynamic working environment
Penrith Council is one of the largest councils in the Sydney metropolitan area and is a recognised leader in local government.
Your career is our success
Hobsons Bay City Council is a leading metropolitan council with over 700 employees delivering over 120 services including engineering, planning, child care and maternal and child health.
Education the practical key
Working in local government provides such a huge range of challenges for the communication professional that it has proved the ideal training ground for a lecturer in a newly established degree in communication.
Street directory donation
Isaac Regional Council has donated over a hundred new street directories to local representatives from State Emergency Services (SES), Queensland Police, Queensland Fire and Rescue Service and Queensland Ambulance Service for distribution across the Isaac.
Day care extension
Moree Plains Shire Council has approved the construction of an additional room at Gwydir Day Care in response to a community demand for day care places.
‘Naturally beautiful’ North Burnett Regional Council
North Burnett takes its name from the Burnett River that flows through the area. The North Burnett region covers 19,708 square kilometres with the topography of the region being diverse, from fertile farmland to rugged geographical formations.