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1. 17 September 18VICTORIA / GENERAL
The Victorian Government released a prospectus on establishing a space agency in the State. [Full text]
2. 17 September 18VICTORIA / GENERAL
The Victorian Government released a prospectus on establishing a space agency in the State. [Full text]
3. 13 September 18VICTORIA / GENERAL
The RMIT Centre for Urban Research released 'Creating liveable cities in Australia: a scorecard and priority recommendations for Melbourne'. [Full text]
4. 13 September 18AUSTRALIAN CAPITAL TERRITORY / GENERAL
Hawker Britton released a paper on the updated ACT Government Ministry list. [Full text]
5. 13 September 18AUSTRALIAN CAPITAL TERRITORY / GENERAL
The ACT Government invited feedback on priorities for the next ACT Budget. [Full text]
6. 13 September 18NEW SOUTH WALES / GENERAL
The Committee for Sydney released 'Sustaining the Advantage - Benchmarking Sydney's Performance 2018'. [Full text]
7. 13 September 18GENERAL
Staff from RMIT University compared liveability between Sydney and Melbourne. [Full text]
8. 13 September 18AUSTRALIAN CAPITAL TERRITORY / GENERAL
Hawker Britton released a paper on the updated ACT Government Ministry list. [Full text]
9. 13 September 18GENERAL
Opposition Leader Bill Shorten announced minor changes to Labor's shadow ministerial team. [Full text]
10. 10 September 18SOUTH AUSTRALIA / GENERAL
The SA Council of Social Service issued 'State Budget Snapshot 2018-19'. [Full text]
11. 10 September 18SOUTH AUSTRALIA / GENERAL
Barton Deakin issued a brief on the SA Budget. [Full text]
12. 10 September 18AUSTRALIAN CAPITAL TERRITORY / REGULATION / GENERAL
The ACT Electoral Commission issued annual returns of political parties, MLAs and associated entities. [Full text]
13. 10 September 18NEW SOUTH WALES / GENERAL
The Committee for Sydney issued a summary of its report 'Sustaining The Advantage: Benchmarking Sydney's Performance', to be launched this week. [Full text]
14. 10 September 18SOUTH AUSTRALIA / GENERAL
The SA Council of Social Service issued 'State Budget Snapshot 2018-19'. [Full text]
15. 10 September 18SOUTH AUSTRALIA / GENERAL
Barton Deakin issued a brief on the SA Budget. [Full text]
16. 10 September 18AUSTRALIAN CAPITAL TERRITORY / REGULATION / GENERAL
The ACT Electoral Commission issued the annual returns of political parties, MLAs and associated entities. [Full text]
17. 10 September 18NEW SOUTH WALES / GENERAL
The Committee for Sydney issued a summary of its report 'Sustaining The Advantage: Benchmarking Sydney's Performance', to be launched this week. [Full text]
18. 6 September 18VICTORIA / EVENTS / GENERAL
The Grattan Institute will host the event 'Who's in the room? Special interest influence on policy - Melbourne' on Tuesday 11 September. [Full text]
19. 6 September 18NEW SOUTH WALES / EVENTS / GENERAL
The Grattan Institute will host the event 'Who's in the room? Special interest influence on policy - Sydney' on Tuesday 11 September. [Full text]
20. 3 September 18GENERAL
The Logistics Council said it particularly welcomed the inclusion of population policy in the new Minister's responsibilities. [Full text]
21. 3 September 18GENERAL
The Institute of Landscape Architects said it welcomed the Morrison Government's appointment of Alan Tudge to the Ministerial position covering cities, urban infrastructure and population. [Full text]
22. 30 August 18TASMANIA / GENERAL
Regional Development Australia said the first stage of a $250 million urban renewal of Devonport will open on 3 September. [Full text]
23. 30 August 18NEW SOUTH WALES / EVENTS / GENERAL
The Western Sydney Leadership Dialogue will host 'Boomtown 2018! Greater Western Sydney's Property and Infrastructure Summit' on 9 November. [Full text]
24. 30 August 18GENERAL
Master Builders said it looks forward to working with Minister Kelly O'Dwyer in her new role as Minister for Jobs, Industrial Relations and Women. [Full text]
25. 30 August 18GENERAL
The Property Council discussed some of the key appointments relevant to the property industry. [Full text]
26. 30 August 18GENERAL
The Urban Taskforce said Minister Tudge must promote the swing that is underway in Australian cities to urban living with public transport. [Full text]
27. 30 August 18GENERAL
The Property Council welcomed Alan Tudge as Minister for Cities, Urban Infrastructure and Population. [Full text]
28. 30 August 18GENERAL
The Ai Group issued commentary on the new Ministry. [Full text]
29. 30 August 18GENERAL
Barton Deakin issued a summary of changes to the Cabinet, Outer Ministry, and Assistant Ministry. [Full text]
30. 30 August 18TASMANIA / GENERAL
Premier Will Hodgman said the Tasmanian Government looks forward to working with PM Morrison and his Government. [Full text]
31. 30 August 18SOUTH AUSTRALIA / GENERAL
Premier Steven Marshall said the SA Government looks forward continuing to work with Federal Government under PM Morrison's leadership. [Full text]
32. 30 August 18AUSTRALIAN CAPITAL TERRITORY / GENERAL
The ACT Council of Social Service said priorities should be consultation on work to remediate community infrastructure and a long term plan for affordable and appropriate community facilities. [Full text]
33. 30 August 18AUSTRALIAN CAPITAL TERRITORY / GENERAL
Master Builders ACT welcomed the creation of the new portfolio of Building Quality Improvement and the appointment of Minister Ramsay to the new portfolio. [Full text]
34. 30 August 18GENERAL
Barton Deakin issued a Brief outlining changes to Cabinet, Outer Ministry, and Assistant Ministry. [Full text]
35. 27 August 18AUSTRALIAN CAPITAL TERRITORY / GENERAL
Chief Minister Andrew Barr announced the addition of an eighth Minister in the ACT Government Ministry. [Full text]
36. 27 August 18EVENTS / GENERAL
The full list of events is online for the Festival of Urbanism, to be held in Melbourne and Sydney from 4 September. [Full text]
37. 27 August 18EVENTS / GENERAL
The agenda and new speakers have been announced for the Fifth Estate's Tomorrowland event, to be held on 6 September in Sydney. [Full text]
38. 27 August 18GENERAL
The Property Council said it hopes investments in nation-building infrastructure and city-shaping policies made by the Coalition Government are carried forward by the new PM. [Full text]
39. 27 August 18GENERAL
The Ai Group said a top priority should be building a stronger economy and inclusive society. [Full text]
40. 27 August 18GENERAL
Michelle Grattan from Canberra University discussed the leadership spill. [Full text]
41. 27 August 18GENERAL
Barton Deakin issued a brief on the change of Liberal leadership. [Full text]
42. 27 August 18GENERAL
GRA Cosway issued a summary of the changes. [Full text]
43. 27 August 18GENERAL
The PM announced the new Federal Ministry. [Full text]
44. 27 August 18GENERAL / NEW SOUTH WALES
Premier Berejiklian said it is good for NSW to have a NSW-based PM who intimately understands the needs of our communities. [Full text]
45. 23 August 18NORTHERN TERRITORY / GENERAL
The NT Government released the final report for an inquiry into political funding and donations. [Full text]
46. 23 August 18NEW SOUTH WALES / GENERAL / LOCAL GOVERNMENT
The NSW Office of Local Government issued a circular on the release of 'Charter for Public Participation - a guide to assist agencies and promote citizen engagement'. [Full text]
47. 23 August 18GENERAL
The Greens announced that Senator Dr Mehreen Faruqi has taken on portfolios including housing and local government. [Full text]
48. 23 August 18GENERAL
Hawker Britton released an updated Federal Labor Shadow Ministry. [Full text]
49. 23 August 18NORTHERN TERRITORY / GENERAL
Chief Minister Gunner unveiled a new Masterbrand to shift outside perceptions of the NT and encourage people to invest, do business, live and work in the NT. [Full text]
50. 23 August 18NORTHERN TERRITORY / GENERAL
The NT Government released the final report for the Inquiry into Options for the Reform of Political Funding and Donations in the Northern Territory. [Full text]