Residents in Gloucester and Barrington, New South Wales, will soon benefit from water stability upgrades following a decision from...
Three Queensland councils have joined a research project to protect the Great Barrier Reef from silt washed from thousands...
Port Stephens Council has secured $1,861,284 in funding to support essential public asset reconstruction at Marine Drive, Fingal Bay....
Sydney’s Waverley Council, in partnership with Evie Networks, has unveiled the local government area’s first public electric vehicle (EV) fast...
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The City of Canning has announced the successful tender for its Wyong Park redevelopment project, in a major milestone for the $1.5 million project.
Hobart’s Glenorchy City Council will reduce operating hours at its Benjafield and Berriedale childcare centres citing nationwide shortages in the education and care sector.
The City of Melbourne will install 1,550 solar panels at the Queen Victoria Market precinct, generating up to 900,000kw of carbon neutral energy per year, or enough to power 205 homes.
The City of Newcastle’s proposed Material Recovery Facility (MRF) has received overwhelming endorsement from the local community, with 98 per cent of surveyed residents indicating their support for the project.
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