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LGAQ backs calls for more oversight of corruption watchdog

Queensland’s peak local government body has welcomed a report calling for more oversight of the state’s public sector corruption body.

CSIRO opens $23m vaccine lab

The national science agency has opened a new $23.1 million national lab in Melbourne to boost the production of vaccines and drug treatments.  

Cycling infrastructure becomes economic imperative

Cycling infrastructure is becoming an economic imperative for local government areas and businesses in their district.

Council projects retrofit unused urban space as SkyParks

Planning authorities need to focus on repurposing existing urban spaces rather than constructing new buildings if they want to create sustainable cities.

Barilaro says public service process ‘gave me cover’

John Barilaro says going through a public service recruitment process for a plum NY trade job gave him “cover” against accusations his appointment was dodgy.

TfNSW seeks expressions of interest for automated bus trial

TfNSW is seeking expression of interest from local and international businesses to participate in an on-road trial of automated buses.

Voting opens for national local government awards

The national local government awards are designed to recognise the services councils provide and showcase creative solutions.

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Nuance’s Public sector strategies for 2022

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