The Palaszczuk Government's plans to force major change to the way Queenslanders elect their local councils is the target of a social media campaign called Hands Off My Council.
The Qcoast2100 Program, a joint initiative between the LGAQ and the Queensland Department of Environment of science has been awarded the 2019 Australian Coastal Award for Climate Adaption at the 2019 Australian Coastal Awards.
A key parliamentary committee has urged the Federal Government to strive for greater co-operation with local councils to attract trade and investment to regional Australia.
No one has made a convincing argument that forcing changes in voting rules is a good idea.
Seven out of 10 voters in Queensland do not want these changes.
Councils have expressed deep concern about the Palaszczuk Government's reported plans.
This is the third column running in which I have highlighted the Palaszczuk Government’s controversial and largely unwelcome changes to the voting system.
Improving health, education and tourism outcomes for communities through cheaper and more flights to regional Queensland formed the central discussion at a…
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