Latest Local Government NSW News

Dare to dream – 180 tourism delegates in Orange region
Housing Crisis Has Reached Boiling Point for NSW Councils
Broken regional health system needs action, not words
Local perspectives crucial for national decision-making
ESL Announcement Good News for Councils in Short Term
Tamworth 2022 Top Tourism Town finalist
Councils Welcome Another Flood Support Package
Local projects key to building more resilient Australia
Gunnedah Shire finalist in NSW Top Tourism Town Awards
Building Better Australia, Together
Flood Support Package Win for Affected Councils
Frontline Solutions for Australia’s Economic Recovery
Enough is enough: Flood affected mayors and councillors call for support
City of Newcastle advocates for Indigenous constitutional recognition
Gunnedah’s Mayor to represent Shire across State
LGNSW supports Wollondilly Council on mine subsidence
One-off Move Prevents Financial Disaster For Councils
Councils welcome emergency $1 million disaster payments
Waverley Council launches SkyParks gardens at Westfield Bondi Junction
Helping hand to boost regional housing supply
Local councils say no to shark nets in historic unanimous resolution
Parkes to Host Major 2023 LGNSW Water Management Conference
Canterbury-Bankstown and Blayney Shire Councils win NSW’s Most Prestigious Local Government Awards
New Councillors Hit Chamber Running
Hornsby Shire Council elects new Deputy Mayor − and gets down to business
Council gets new Deputy Mayor
January Ordinary meeting of council
Decided at Council in January
Wrap of January 12 Meeting
Deputy Mayor election and conference on Council’s January agenda
Claire Pontin new MidCoast Mayor
Historic night in Snowy Monaro at first meeting of new Council
New Councillors declared with first meeting to be held 6 January 2022
New Minister for Local Government appointed
Councils welcome new Local Government Minister
Councils Pay Tribute to Retiring Minister
Councils furious at ‘disrespectful’ planning announcement
First of 1,000 new native trees planted in Georges River
Lowest rate cap in 20 years puts councils, communities at risk
Help environment: Love Your Tree
Broken Hill’s Darriea Turley wins top spot at LGNSW
Councils Welcome Tale of Many Cities
Bayside Keep Australia Beautiful NSW Award Nomination – Habitat and Wildlife Conservation Award
New laws get tough on abandoned shopping trolleys
Industry recognition for Council with slew of award wins
City of Newcastle welcomes improvements to Infrastructure Contributions Bill after advocacy
Changes to infrastructure reforms welcomed
Council welcomes changes to developer contributions reform