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1. 7 June 18NEW SOUTH WALES / LOCAL GOVERNMENT / PLANNING / ENVIRONMENT
Inner West Council invited feedback on the GreenWay Master Plan, an environmental and active travel corridor linking the Iron Cove at Leichhardt/Lilyfield with the Cooks River at Earlwood. [Full text]
2. 7 June 18NEW SOUTH WALES / HOUSING AND PROPERTY / REGULATION / LOCAL GOVERNMENT
The NSW Business Chamber said it is concerned the new framework leaves too much discretion to local councils. [Full text]
3. 7 June 18NEW SOUTH WALES / HOUSING AND PROPERTY / REGULATION / LOCAL GOVERNMENT
Local Government NSW welcomed the decision to give local government a role in the management of home sharing outside Greater Sydney. [Full text]
4. 31 May 18NEW SOUTH WALES / PLANNING / TRANSPORT / LOCAL GOVERNMENT
Randwick City Council said sustainable modes of transport are the focus of new improvements. [Full text]
5. 28 May 18TASMANIA / AFFORDABLE HOUSING / LOCAL GOVERNMENT
Staff from the University of Tasmania said Councils' help with affordable housing in Tasmania shows how local government can make a difference. [Full text]
6. 28 May 18QUEENSLAND / PLANNING / LOCAL GOVERNMENT / RURAL AND REGIONAL
Minister Stirling Hinchliffe announced $5 million funding from the State Government for Whitsunday Regional Council's 'Developing Bowen Townscape'. [Full text]
7. 28 May 18NEW SOUTH WALES / PLANNING / LOCAL GOVERNMENT
The City of Sydney said its $1.6 billion 10-year budget for capital works will increase open space, build community infrastructure, reduce carbon pollution and provide new facilities for the growing population. [Full text]
8. 28 May 18NEW SOUTH WALES / PLANNING / LOCAL GOVERNMENT
Plan 22 for Rouse Hill. [Full text]
9. 28 May 18NEW SOUTH WALES / PLANNING / LOCAL GOVERNMENT
IPART released a fact sheet on the start of its assessment of Blacktown City Council's Contributions (No online resource)
10. 28 May 18NEW SOUTH WALES / PLANNING / LOCAL GOVERNMENT
Eight more Sydney councils are protesting moves to simplify terrace house approvals, said the Urban Taskforce. [Full text]
11. 24 May 18VICTORIA / PLANNING / LOCAL GOVERNMENT
Minister Marlene Kairouz announced an additional $50 million for the Growing Suburbs Fund. [Full text]
12. 24 May 18NEW SOUTH WALES / HOUSING AND PROPERTY / LOCAL GOVERNMENT
Local Government NSW said NSW Government and local government are working together to ensure a home-sharing system which protects residents' interests without loss of economic benefits of services such as AirBnB. [Full text]
13. 21 May 18QUEENSLAND / LOCAL GOVERNMENT / INDUSTRY
Minister Stirling Hinchliffe said the Belcarra reforms bring a new era of Local Government accountability. [Full text]
14. 21 May 18QUEENSLAND / LOCAL GOVERNMENT / INDUSTRY
Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk announced new laws banning property developer donations in Queensland have passed. [Full text]
15. 21 May 18QUEENSLAND / PLANNING / LOCAL GOVERNMENT
UDIA provided an overview of Livingstone Shire Council's new Planning Scheme. [Full text]
16. 21 May 18QUEENSLAND / PLANNING / LOCAL GOVERNMENT
Minister Cameron Dick said councils with ideas to improve their planning systems will share in $1.95 million funding through the second round of State Government's Innovation and Improvement Fund. [Full text]
17. 21 May 18VICTORIA / LOCAL GOVERNMENT
The Municipal Association of Victoria said Victorian councils are calling on political parties to commit to 42 actions ahead of the State election. [Full text]
18. 17 May 18NEW SOUTH WALES / LOCAL GOVERNMENT / RURAL AND REGIONAL
Local Government NSW said long-term success of the Joint Organisations would come down to ongoing collaboration and funding. [Full text]
19. 17 May 18NEW SOUTH WALES / LOCAL GOVERNMENT / RURAL AND REGIONAL
Deputy Premier John Barilaro and Minister Gabrielle Upton announced more than 70 regional NSW councils have voluntarily joined together to establish a new network of 11 Joint Organisations. [Full text]
20. 17 May 18NEW SOUTH WALES / LOCAL GOVERNMENT / PLANNING
IPART released 'Assessment of Camden Growth Areas Contributions Plan'. [Full text]
21. 14 May 18VICTORIA / LOCAL GOVERNMENT
The Victorian Parliament issued a statement on reports, 'Sustainability and operational challenges of Victoria's rural and regional councils.' [Full text]
22. 14 May 18VICTORIA / LOCAL GOVERNMENT
The Victorian Local Government Association outlined Federal Budget impacts for local government in Victoria. [Full text]
23. 10 May 18LOCAL GOVERNMENT
The Local Government Association said the Budget left local government funding untouched. [Full text]
24. 7 May 18PLANNING / LOCAL GOVERNMENT
Minister Paul Fletcher invited applications for Round Two of the Turnbull Government's Smart Cities and Suburbs Program. [Full text]
25. 3 May 18VICTORIA / INFRASTRUCTURE / TRANSPORT / LOCAL GOVERNMENT
The MAV welcomed the Budget's spend on State and local infrastructure which will help councils to continue providing services and facilities. [Full text]
26. 3 May 18NEW SOUTH WALES / PLANNING / LOCAL GOVERNMENT
The NSW Office of Local Government issued a circular on unsolicited proposals. [Full text]
27. 26 April 18WESTERN AUSTRALIA / LOCAL GOVERNMENT / REGULATION
Minister David Templeman announced the appointment of legal practitioner Anthony Power to conduct the formal inquiry into the City of Perth. [Full text]
28. 26 April 18NEW SOUTH WALES / LOCAL GOVERNMENT
Local Government NSW said the report confirms financial constraints under which many councils operate mean they do not have revenue to meet community needs, especially to resolve infrastructure backlogs. [Full text]
29. 26 April 18NEW SOUTH WALES / LOCAL GOVERNMENT
The Auditor-General released the 'Report on Local Government 2017: Financial Audit'. [Full text]
30. 26 April 18ECONOMICS / LOCAL GOVERNMENT
A funding boost for local governments to provide infrastructure must be the primary focus of the upcoming Federal Budget if Australia is to boost national productivity, said Local Government NSW. [Full text]
31. 23 April 18NEW SOUTH WALES / AFFORDABLE HOUSING / LOCAL GOVERNMENT
The DPE said the NSW Government has extended a housing scheme that enables councils to prepare schemes requiring developer contributions to provide affordable housing to five more Sydney councils. [Full text]
32. 19 April 18NEW SOUTH WALES / LOCAL GOVERNMENT / INFRASTRUCTURE
Minister Roberts launched the Low Cost Loan Initiative to help councils fund critical infrastructure projects that support new homes. [Full text]
33. 12 April 18WESTERN AUSTRALIA / HOUSING AND PROPERTY / LOCAL GOVERNMENT
The Property Council called on local governments to accept the Minister Peter Tinley's challenge to shift from 'business as usual' in housing delivery, to achieve greater housing diversity in Perth. [Full text]
34. 12 April 18SOUTH AUSTRALIA / AWARDS / LOCAL GOVERNMENT
The City of Adelaide's Economic Insights Dashboard was recognised for 'Excellence in Local Economic Development' at the Local Government Professionals Australia, SA Leadership Excellent Awards. [Full text]
35. 9 April 18LOCAL GOVERNMENT
The report and presentations from the 2018 Australian Coastal Councils Conference are online. [Full text]
36. 5 April 18VICTORIA / RURAL AND REGIONAL / PLANNING / LOCAL GOVERNMENT
An article examined how the City of Wyndham is preparing for a population expected to increase by 74 per cent to reach 436,000 by 2036. [Full text]
37. 29 March 18VICTORIA / RURAL AND REGIONAL / LOCAL GOVERNMENT
The Victorian Environment, Natural Resources and Regional Development Committee made 14 recommendations to strengthen rural and regional councils' financial positions. [Full text]
38. 29 March 18NEW SOUTH WALES / PLANNING / LOCAL GOVERNMENT
The NSW ICAC commenced its inquiry into allegations concerning the Awabakal Local Aboriginal Land Council and the sale and development of properties. [Full text]
39. 29 March 18NEW SOUTH WALES / PLANNING / LOCAL GOVERNMENT
The NSW ICAC announced a public inquiry into allegations concerning the former Canterbury City Council and planning proposals and applications. [Full text]
40. 26 March 18QUEENSLAND / LOCAL GOVERNMENT
The Queensland Audit Office released a report summarising the financial audit results of the 77 Queensland local governments. [Full text]
41. 26 March 18NEW SOUTH WALES / ENVIRONMENT / LOCAL GOVERNMENT
Local Government NSW welcomed the announcement but expressed disappointment that the money is being diverted from funds already aimed at better managing waste throughout the state. [Full text]
42. 26 March 18NEW SOUTH WALES / ENVIRONMENT / LOCAL GOVERNMENT
Minister Gabrielle Upton announced a $47 million recycling rescue package for local government and industry in NSW, in response to China's policy of restricting the types of recycled material it accepts. [Full text]
43. 22 March 18NEW SOUTH WALES / LOCAL GOVERNMENT
The NSW Office of Local Government issued a circular on council rates. [Full text]
44. 22 March 18NEW SOUTH WALES / LOCAL GOVERNMENT / PLANNING
The paper puts forward a number of options for consideration, including having the Greater Sydney Commission take on the role of Co-ordinator General, overseeing the development of major precincts. [Full text]
45. 22 March 18NEW SOUTH WALES / LOCAL GOVERNMENT / PLANNING
The Western Sydney Leadership Dialogue and the Sydney Business Chamber issued 'Governance Reform for Growth: Ideas on how we can best plan, finance, build and govern the growth centres of Greater Western Sydney'. [Full text]
46. 15 March 18WESTERN AUSTRALIA / LOCAL GOVERNMENT
The WA Government issued an update following the appointment of Commissioners to run the City of Perth. [Full text]
47. 15 March 18VICTORIA / LOCAL GOVERNMENT
The City of Melbourne issued a statement following a report from the independent investigation into allegations against former Mayor Robert Doyle. [Full text]
48. 15 March 18NEW SOUTH WALES / ENVIRONMENT / LOCAL GOVERNMENT
Local Government NSW said there is a need to ensure that the hundreds of millions of dollars in waste levies collected from the community each year are fully reinvested to support recycling. [Full text]
49. 15 March 18NEW SOUTH WALES / ENVIRONMENT / LOCAL GOVERNMENT
Senator Peter Whish-Wilson said Australia is in recycling and waste crisis. [Full text]
50. 15 March 18NEW SOUTH WALES / ENVIRONMENT / LOCAL GOVERNMENT
There was a public hearing in Sydney yesterday for the inquiry into the waste and recycling industry in Australia. [Full text]