The Kingston Enterprise Agreement was accepted by the majority of employees and… Read more PCA: Redland Coastal Hazard Adaptation Strategy Redland City Council invites community members to contribute to Phase 6 of its Coastal Risk Adaptation Strategy, an urban strategy to protect the city`s coastlines, including islands and rivers and streams. For more information on online strategy and surveying, visit the project page (June 25, 2020). More… AsU members at the Maribyrnong Council have a significant benefit in their enterprise agreement … Read more After overwhelming support from our members for the 2.5% one-year rollover deal, … The EBA negotiations are nearing the expiration of the agreement in June 2019. This leads up… Learn more Minister MGPG-1`s Best Practice Guide: Virtual Meetings published by the Minister of Local Government under Section 87 of the Local Government Act 2020. The Victorian government`s COVID-19 Omnibus Act 2020 has introduced new mechanisms in the Local Government Act 2020 (Law) that allow for virtual Council meetings – to ensure that local government decision-making can continue during the coronavirus pandemic. These new measures will be in effect from May 1, 2020 to November 1, 2020.

More… LGAQ: The most important events for Queensland Councils in 2020 events for March – October 2020 are outlined here. Keep an eye on the events page that will be updated if other events are confirmed in the calendar. The ASU has received questions from members concerned about the organization of the Council – read more The ASU has been informed of the intention of the Council of … Read more ASU members at Darebin City Council are determined to reduce the ramp-up of contractors to the board Read more City Ballarat Management has ended negotiations and presented a proposed enterprise agreement from … ASU organizer Aaron De La Torre will be in negotiations for your new venture… Read more Negotiations on a new enterprise agreement continue. Negotiations on a new company… Read more As many of you know, Glenorchy City Council has outlined an intention to delay business…

LGAQ welcomes a new request for the creation of a new offence to ensure that the CCC is not used as political football during the Council elections, the Queensland Government Local Association, Queensland CEO Greg Hallam, has supported the New Crime and Corruption Commission`s request to finally create a misdemeanor to limit the publication of complaints to the CCC during the Council elections , to give the Watchdog time to assess them (03 July 2020).