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A solid Budget for Queensland regions: LGAQ

A solid Budget that will go some way to ensuring regional communities in Queensland continue to grow.

Not 'on the nose': public satisfaction with local councils improves

New research shows mayors and councillors can hold their heads high and are held in much better regard by the public than state or federal government.

LGAQ federal election report cards

Parties' grades improve as election draws near.

Statement by LGAQ chief executive Greg Hallam

The Queensland Government’s decision to dismiss Logan City Council is deeply regrettable.

Preference deals must be kept out of council elections

The cynical deal making and distraction that is a feature of the system of compulsory preferential voting is writ large in the current federal election campaign.

Budget 2019 invests in regions and cities: LGAQ

The Local Government Association of Queensland said the Budget went some way to meeting the needs of local communities but councils would continue to push for more investment from Canberra.

No to forcing voting changes in local council elections

Mayors and councillors from across Queensland today overwhelmingly rejected the Palaszczuk Government’s plans to force changes to the way people elect their local councils.

Welcome rethink on electoral changes

The Palaszczuk Government’s decision to walk back proposed major changes to the way people vote at local council elections was very welcome.

Statement from LGAQ President and Sunshine Coast Mayor Mark Jamieson

I would like to acknowledge and congratulate Brisbane Lord Mayor and good friend Graham Quirk on a stellar career in local government.

Fix for mobile black spots

Queensland local councils have congratulated the Federal Government on its latest announcement of funding for 26 new mobile base stations.
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