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‘Absolutely thrilled’: representative for southwest Qld announced

premium_icon ‘Absolutely thrilled’: representative for southwest Qld...

ROBYN Fuhrmeister has three decades of local government experience behind her, and...

Maranoa council votes for councillor from other region

premium_icon Maranoa council votes for councillor from other region

THE majority of Maranoa councillors have voted to nominate a councillor from...

The jobs battleplan for Queensland

The jobs battleplan for Queensland

Councils devise battleplan to create jobs amid COVID-19 shutdown

Fury fires up as State Government fails koala test

premium_icon Fury fires up as State Government fails koala test

The State Government is under fire from councils and conservationists over new...

Fighting for local government funding paramount

Fighting for local government funding paramount

New South Wales and Queensland join forces to fight for funding.

Don't turn your back on us

Don't turn your back on us

Local Government want to be heard ahead of federal election.

Is this the one thing Greens and One Nation agree on?

Is this the one thing Greens and One Nation agree on?

What pollies said about literacy and early learning programs

Who should pay for Mackay school road bills?

Who should pay for Mackay school road bills?

Should State Government help pay for school roads?

Coast mayor's presidential win worth about $120,000 per year

Coast mayor's presidential win worth about $120,000 per year

Jamieson takes top job after votes tallied on Gold Coast

Mayor sticks his hand up for top Qld job

Mayor sticks his hand up for top Qld job

BREAKING: Mayor down to final two

LGAQ estimates 29 new mayors across the state

LGAQ estimates 29 new mayors across the state

About 29 new mayors poised to take office after the election

ABC cuts and ‘buck passing’ could hurt regional media

ABC cuts and ‘buck passing’ could hurt regional media

LGAQ submits concerns to parliamentary inquiry into regional media

Deputy Premier pledges to cut council red tape

Deputy Premier pledges to cut council red tape

Minister asked for feedback from councillors across Queensland