Wednesday, April 24, 2024

Red tide warning for Perth coast

WA Health is advising people to avoid contact with algal blooms which have recently been spotted along parts of Perth’s coastline. Shoreline sampling has confirmed...

SENIOR APPOINTMENTS

New Mount Isa council sworn in

The new elected members of Mount Isa City Council have been officially sworn in at a recent Post-Election Meeting. During the meeting, Council resolved to...

New Deputy for Livingstone Shire

Councillor Pat Eastwood has been appointed Deputy Mayor of Livingstone Shire Council. Cr Eastwood (pictured) said he was honoured to be nominated for the position...

Interim CEO announced for Edward River Council

Former Kingborough Council General Manager, Gary Arnold, has been appointed as interim CEO of Edward River Council. Mr Arnold (pictured), who is currently based in...

Sustainability

Red tide warning for Perth coast

WA Health is advising people to avoid contact with algal blooms which have recently been spotted along parts of Perth’s coastline. Shoreline sampling has confirmed...

Fleet

Sludge-sucking truck to clean up street flooding

A state-of-the-art truck that can suck 6,000 litres of mud from clogged drains is Blacktown City Council’s latest tool to remove drainage obstructions and...

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UPCOMING EVENTS

Security

Logan loads rapid clean-up taskforce

Discarded shopping trolleys, burnt out cars and unauthorised signs will be swiftly cleared from local streets and parks, with the deployment of a new...

Infrastructure

$8.2m full court upgrade for Coffs sports complex

A $8.28 million multi-faceted upgrade of Coffs Harbour’s Sportz Central complex has been officially opened today. City of Coffs Harbour Mayor, Paul Amos says the...

Technology

HEALTH

Asbestos found in Broadmeadows reserve

Testing has confirmed a sample collected from Seabrook Reserve at Broadmeadows in the Hume City Council area on Friday has returned a positive result...

Procurement

Human Resources

Improved long service leave for WA local government

Around 23,000 local government employees in Western Australia are set to benefit from clearer long service leave entitlements with the State Government this week...

EDUCATION

New planning pathway for NSW

In a first for NSW, aspiring planners will soon have a TAFE pathway into the planning profession with a new diploma open for enrolments. NSW...

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