2019 Smart Cities Awards | ALGA News 7 June 2019

Image shows President David O'Loughlin smiling in front of a black background

President's column

Last week on your behalf I welcomed the Morrison Ministry, particularly those ministers and assistant ministers in portfolios encompassing local government, road safety and freight, regional tourism, and waste reduction. This week it was the Opposition’s turn, now led by new Leader Anthony Albanese, to whom I have also written to extend the best wishes+

Smart Cities 2019 award winners

Five councils from across the country have received top honours at the 2019 Smart Cities Awards that recognise how cities are using technology to become better places in which to live. The awards capped a two-day gathering in March that brought together officials from councils, buildings, roads, transport and utilities industries to share what they’re+

Regional Cooperation and Development Forum speaker profile: Natalie Egleton

Local councils, community groups, and individuals must keep working together for the renewal of Australia’s regions, says the head of a charity that has helped more than 9,000 applicants receive a combined $85m in funding. Natalie Egleton, CEO of the Foundation for Regional and Rural Renewal (FRRR) will share that message in her keynote at+

More News