Smart phones distribute disaster information

Following a Commonwealth grant to South Australia to improve preparedness for natural disasters, councils will be able to provide information to constituents via smart phones. The Local Government Association of South Australia (LGASA) is overseeing the $165000 project, which received $130000 from the federal and state grant. Remaining funds and support for the Emergency Assessment […]

Regional airports face upgrade viability challenges

By Paul Hemsley South Australian regional airports have been recommended to upgrade their facilities in strategies to secure long term viability. Due to security requirements and associated costs as well as facility usage by larger aircraft, the Local Government Association of South Australia (LGASA) commissioned a review to help the airports become more sustainable and […]

Project developments shape LGASA reflection

Local Government Association of South Australia President Kym McHugh has taken a look back on local government achievements over the previous year. Mr McHugh gave a review outlining challenges and programs the LGA assisted with local governments inside and outside the state. Main points included subsidies from state and federal levels, education workshops and technology […]


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