Brisbane City Council and TechnologyOne resolve dispute

it just might be the shortest press release in the history of Australian local government: “TechnologyOne and Brisbane City Council  have resolved their dispute over the Council’s LGS Program. In good faith, both parties have now resolved their differences on a without fault basis. The terms of the settlement are confidential. There is no impact […]

Queensland drafts graffiti vandals as council cleaners

By Paul Hemsley Vandals caught defacing public and private property could soon be forced to scrub off their own unsightly mess under a hands-on aversion therapy plan by the Queensland government that will let local governments pressgang offenders into the role of council cleaners. The plan to force taggers to erase either their efforts or […]

Brisbane Council audit targets digital businesses

By Julian Bajkowski Brisbane City Council has run the ruler over the digital prowess of 500 of the city’s businesses in an innovative bid to lift the online proficiency of local enterprises when competing in the global market. The landmark assessment has come in the form of an official “Digital Audit” commissioned by the economic […]


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