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Bunnings stores rates challenge costs Ipswich Council

Posted by Sonia Smith on 10 May 2021
Bunnings stores rates challenge costs Ipswich Council
Court of Appeal decision demonstrates why local governement...
Posted in:Local GovernmentRatingCourt of AppealChargesCouncilDifferential Rating  

Logan Council cleared of unlawfully dismissing former CEO Sharon Kelsey

Posted by Darius Isaacs on 30 April 2021
Logan Council cleared of unlawfully dismissing former CEO Sharon Kelsey
The Queensland Industrial Relations Commission has ruled Lo...
Posted in:Local GovernmentCouncilIndustrial Relations CommissionCCC  

Are you being defamed on social media?

Posted by Mark Williams on 22 March 2021
Are you being defamed on social media?
"A lie will fly around the whole world while the truth...
Posted in:Local GovernmentLitigationCouncilDefamation  

Qld Councils: Are your policies up-to-date?

Posted by Sonia Smith on 1 March 2021
Qld Councils: Are your policies up-to-date?
A code of conduct for councillors and a new procedure for s...
Posted in:Local GovernmentCouncilPolicyCode of Conduct  

Changes to the process of selling land for overdue rates and charges recently introduced

Posted by Clare Heitkonig on 1 December 2020
Changes to the process of selling land for overdue rates and charges recently introduced
Local governments who wish to sell land for overdue rates a...
Posted in:Local GovernmentRatingChargesRates RecoveryCouncil  
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Local Council push for more open government limited by privacy laws

Jun 14 2021
How much do privacy laws and commercial-in-confidence provisions restrict the information Councils can publish about tenders and contracts? Bac...

How Councils can save resources when processing RTI requests relating to planning and development applications and approvals

May 24 2021
The administrative burden of Right to Information requests on QLD Councils may be reduced by first checking and advising RTI applicants what plan...

Bunnings stores rates challenge costs Ipswich Council

May 10 2021
Court of Appeal decision demonstrates why local governements should avoid ambiguous or overlapping differential rating categories for retail shop...
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