Archived News for Professionals in Local Government - March, 2014
Rural and regional residents of New South Wales could be cut off by reduced access to airports, prompting calls to ensure outback flights can keep a place in Sydney terminals.
Shopping trolleys are the target of a state-wide push by the Local Government Association of South Australia, which says regions must rid themselves of the free-wheeling grocery carts.
A submission from the Community and Public Sector Union has poked holes in the very basis of the Government's Commission of Audit, saying parts of the Public Service probe are simply wrong.
A lobby group says abolishing income tax in the Northern Territory would help bolster a massive expansion of the region’s economy, productivity and population.
Hundreds of public housing tenants will be moved from their foreshore homes, as the New South Wales government moves to capitalise on the valuable sites.
The Waterwise Towns program is being rolled-out across Western Australia's south-west and Great Southern regions, with thousands expected to save water and money.