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Starry sari success

Liverpool Mayor Ned Mannoun declared Liverpool City Council’s returning Starry Sari Night ‘a roaring success’, as thousands descended on the Liverpool CBD over three...

Welcome Albo

The election of the Federal Labor Government has been welcomed by two Local Government peak bodies following this past month’s election. Both the Australian Local...

Improvement works for Reserve

Moorabool Shire Council Mayor Tom Sullivan, Councillors and community members joined local State Members of Parliament to celebrate the start of the next stage...

Albanese victory celebrated

Congratulations to our new Prime Minister Anthony Albanese and his new Labor Federal Government. In a massive win for councils and our communities, the local...

A step closer to streamlined software

The City of Greater Geraldton is one step closer to a streamlined software ecosystem after Council voted to approve the tender for a new...

Olympic opportunities abound

Community members are being offered a once-in-a-generation opportunity to ensure the Redlands Coast maximises the local, regional and international opportunities from the Brisbane 2032...

Conference returns to Canberra

Tech in Gov came back in-person at the National Convention Centre Canberra, on the 11-12 May after a break due to the pandemic. The extensive...

Courting disaster

Australians can’t afford a lack of action from the next Federal Government on disaster mitigation according to the Australian Local Government Association (ALGA). ALGA...

Diverting agricultural waste

Thanks to the 355 local government councils who host agricultural and veterinary chemical container sites, Australian property owners have diverted millions of tonnes of...

Cycling right in Bondi

Waverley Council has opened its largest sustainable transport project to date - the Bondi Junction Cycleway and Streetscape Upgrade (Bondi Road to St James...

Gladstone Regional Council launches ‘Proudly GRC’ employee campaign

Gladstone Regional Council (GRC) recently launched a campaign to showcase some of their employee achievements and why they are proud to work for Council. The campaign...

One year on recovery continues

More than 7,000 tonnes of storm-thrown timber was processed into firewood in the monster storm that hit the Hepburn Shire Council in June 2021. The...

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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...