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More energy solutions on the table for manufacturing and industry

It is the energy solution that could help underpin the Federal Government’s plan for a “Future Made in Australia”. As thousands of manufacturers and heavy...

New company with experienced staff

Linemarking Supplies Australia (LSA) is a newly established company dedicated to supporting line markers across Australia. They offer a fully comprehensive range of services...

Community meet for the future

Edward River Council (ERC) continues to affirm its solid financial position amidst the Federal Government inquiry into the sustainability of local government, convening its...

Swann backs Lions move

A new partnership between Brisbane Lions and Ipswich City Council was endorsed by the council on 24 May, leveraging the club’s Ipswich base to...

Clever Geelong scoops up awards

Two clever and creative projects that showcase the City of Greater Geelong’s sustainability commitments have been recognised in two separate awards. The city’s sculptural...

Serving a community for a quarter of a century

This month Local Government Focus catches up with Mayor Leonie Kerley from Barunga West Council in Yorke Peninsula, South Australia. Local Government Focus: Tell us...

NSW countdown to elections

With NSW councils just months from going to the ballot box, Shoalhaven Council is calling for would-be councillors to come to pre-election candidate sessions. CEO...

Forming real connections through adversity

Shaun “Zoro” Radnedge, Mayor of Murweh Shire in Queensland, sits down to answer Local Government Focus’ questions. LG: Tell us about your area: what...

Major increase expected from dog fencing

An ambitious wild dog exclusion fencing program in southwest Queensland’s Balonne Shire is delivering a $100 million increase in agricultural income and around 230...

Taking care of the land

The Hawkesbury River County Council (HRCC) has received a substantial funding boost of $230,000 allocated towards Landcare initiatives. The grant, extended over a four-year...

Building backyard biodiversity

The Barossa Council is helping to build biodiversity in backyards by giving away native plants to local property owners. Residents can simply bring their...

Young Novocastrians encouraged to drive climate solutions

The City of Newcastle has secured more than $75,000 in funding to help residents aged 15 to 24 deliver urgent climate change solutions for...

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More energy solutions on the table for manufacturing and industry

It is the energy solution that could help underpin the Federal Government’s plan for a “Future Made in Australia”. As thousands of manufacturers and heavy...