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Three leading providers of technical support and capacity building for local government institutions have joined forces to promote urban, rural and outer island development in the Pacific.
Local government advocacy, professional development and capacity building will be taken to the next level with the appointment of a new Chief Executive for Local Government Professionals Australia.
Local Government Professionals Australia is calling for applications to participate in the
2018 International Professional Exchange Program (IPEP) to the United States. The program is part of an agreement between LG Professionals Australia and the International Country/County Managers Association of the USA (ICMA).
LG Professionals Australia’s Chief Executive Lauren Oakey has resigned from the organisation, and will finish up in the role in mid-April. Ms Oakey has been with LG Professionals Australia for more than six years.
LG Professionals Australia has confirmed that Ricki Bruhn will remain as the federation’s national president with the full backing of the Board. In September, Ricki resigned as CEO of the City of Palmerston after 7 years in the position and 37 years working in local government and is seeking to continue his local government career.
With the release of the 2018 Australia Awards program by the Federal Minister for Foreign Affairs, the Hon Julie Bishop MP, LG Professionals Australia is pleased to announce its role as a host organisation for municipal professionals from Nepal.
Two peak bodies working to strengthen local government in Australia and Nepal have signed a new Memorandum of Understanding (MoU), in a commitment to building good governance at the local level in Nepal.
The CEO of the City of Palmerston in the Northern Territory, Mr Ricki Bruhn has been formally inducted as the 2017-2018 LG Professionals Australia National President.
LG Professionals Australia is pleased to announce the signing of a memorandum of understanding with the Ministry of State Administration; to develop and strengthen cooperation to build the capacity of Timor-Leste’s local government sector.
LG Professionals Australia is calling for the blame game between all levels of government to stop if real change and improvements to service delivery and innovation are to be made under the new government.
Australians want a fresh approach to the way we govern our local communities, cities and regions. Governments must work together to do better with less, and to regain public trust. Our current federal arrangements are not delivering the results Australians need and expect.
The Not‐So‐Secret‐Agents from Sunshine Coast City Council have taken out the 2016 Australasian Management Challenge Finals at held in Melbourne on Friday.
The second National LG Professionals Australia Federation Awards were held at the 2016 LG Professional Australia Congress and Business Expo Gala Dinner on the Gold Coast, May 6.
LG Professionals Australia has announced the Australasian Management Challenge regional winners, following the state‐based regional round of The Challenge. The winners from each will now be able to participate in the Australasian Finals.
LG Professionals Australia has signed a memorandum of understanding to formalise a strategic partnership with the Institute for Governance and Policy Analysis at the University of Canberra (IGPA).