LOCAL GOVERNMENT FOCUS

Harnessing the Future of Clean Energy: Join Us at All Energy Australia 2024

As the global community shifts towards clean energy sources, staying at the cutting edge of these technologies is clear. We invite government officials and...

Helping local government achieve better engagement outcomes

As the peak body for the community and stakeholder engagement sector, IAP2 Australasia (IAP2A) believes that engagement, when done well, improves environmental, social and...

Riverfront precinct given new life

A significant milestone for the Swan Hill community has been marked with the official opening of the Swan Hill Riverfront Precinct, by Senator Jana...

Waste and recycling expo

Embark on a journey through the world of resource recovery at the Australasian Waste and Recycling Expo (AWRE). Over two days, Expo attendees can...

Regional areas could lead a renewable gas push across Australia

Australia’s first biomethane-to-gas-network injection plant was formally certified in March by GreenPower in an important next step for Australia’s nascent renewable gas sector. Renewable Gas...

Floods in a changing climate

After the recent disastrous weather across the country, now is the time to share your experiences and learn from others at the Floodplain Management...

Mayors march to highlight council service importance

Three Melbourne inner south-eastern female mayors have walked together across municipal boundaries to highlight the important role of council services in strengthening community health...

Compost rebuilding clay pits

Kerbside food and organics waste collected from Launceston homes is being used in a $1.5m environmental remediation project at the Launceston Waste Centre. The City...

Granting equality

Applications for the Federal Government’s $200 million Play Our Way program are now open, supporting local governments and community, not-for-profit and sporting organisations to...

Inaugural tourism event held

Wollondilly Shire Council hosted the inaugural Wollondilly Tourism Connect event on Wednesday 20 March at Razorback Ridge Wines. It was a successful evening of networking,...

Feds charge up EVs for the future

The Federal Government is charging up electric vehicles and associated infrastructure with a $76 million funding package for electric vehicle projects to get more...

Coffs Mayor not a happy Kamper

City of Coffs Harbour Mayor Cr Amos has questioned NSW State Government plans for the Coffs Harbour Jetty Foreshore area. “NSW Property Minister Steve Kamper...