LOCAL GOVERNMENT FOCUS
Home News Page 2

News

Repair cafe combats waste

Sustainability principles with a view to creating less waste are the driving force behind an innovative Newcastle Libraries initiative, which aims to teach people...

Council scholarship for Jeb

As part of this year’s National Reconciliation Week Lismore City Council shared stories of indigenous history, culture and achievement. As part of recognising and celebrating...

New centre takes award

Goulburn Performing Arts Centre was highly commended at the recent Local Government Excellence Awards, in the Asset and Infrastructure category for projects over $1.5...

Small changes reduce congestion

A new Sunshine Coast Council transport-focused program will roll out to the community, encouraging people to make small changes to their travel habits to...

Safe vibrant space in Grafton

Clarence Valley Council is collaborating with Grafton Police and other community stakeholders to manage community facilities at Fisher Park Skate Park, Grafton in order...

Face-to-face again

Face-to-face activities for babies, children, teens and adults have restarted at Fraser Coast Libraries this month. Fraser Coast Mayor George Seymour said the free, in-person...

Seismic shift underway

Labor’s federal election victory last month is going to create a seismic shift in the Australian political landscape. But the effects won’t be apparent...

Road commitment boosts to local economies

The Local Government Association of Queensland (LGAQ) has welcomed a $400 million Federal Coalition commitment to upgrade key roads servicing the cattle and agricultural...

Easier access for education and services

The City of Melbourne is making it even easier for families to access education, care and important family services with a $10.2 million redevelopment...

Transitioning perennial ryegrass out of couch

Welcome to our new column Turf Talk presented by the International hub for greenkeepers, groundstaff and volunteers. Our aim is to unite greenkeepers, promote...

Corey spreading the message of hope

A teenager, a motivational speaker and a para-athlete; Cory Crombie is rising above adversity and with support from the City of Albany has been...

Council honours unsung hero

A mural celebrating 1993 World Surfing Champion and former Waverley resident Pauline Menczer has been unveiled at Bondi Beach. It was painted by Canberra visual...

Latest News

New minister proud

I am deeply honoured and humbled to have been sworn in as the Minister for Infrastructure, Transport, Regional Development and Local Government. As a regional...