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1. 21 September 17WESTERN AUSTRALIA / GENERAL
The Parliamentary Library issued a briefing on the WA election. [Full text]
2. 21 September 17SOUTH AUSTRALIA / GENERAL
Hawker Britton issued an updated Ministry list for SA. [Full text]
3. 21 September 17SOUTH AUSTRALIA / GENERAL
Premier Weatherill announced changes to the SA Cabinet including the appointment of Natalie Cook as Minister Assisting the Minster for Housing and Urban Development. [Full text]
4. 21 September 17VICTORIA / GENERAL
Premier Daniel Andrews announced a suite of reforms to political donation laws in Victoria. [Full text]
5. 21 September 17AUSTRALIAN CAPITAL TERRITORY / GENERAL
The ACT Government launched a consultation process to develop the Better Suburbs Statement, about the delivery of city services. [Full text]
6. 18 September 17QUEENSLAND / GENERAL
The Queensland Government's response to the UDIA's election priorities is online. [Full text]
7. 18 September 17GENERAL
A Senate Committee tabled its report on the establishment of a National Integrity Commission. [Full text]
8. 18 September 17GENERAL
The CSIRO gave evidence to a House Committee Inquiry into the Government's role in the development of cities. [Full text]
9. 14 September 17VICTORIA / GENERAL
Hawker Britton issued an update on the Victorian Goverenment Ministry. [Full text]
10. 14 September 17GENERAL
Professor Norman said Australia urgently needs a national sustainable development strategy that clearly outlines the vision for 2030, and beyond to 2050. [Full text]
11. 14 September 17GENERAL
Shadow Minister Anthony Albanese said leading urban planning expert Professor Barbara Norman called for the reinstatement of the State of Australian Cities report. [Full text]
12. 11 September 17WESTERN AUSTRALIA / GENERAL
Treasurer Ben Wyatt said the WA Government has identified $3.5 billion of Budget repair and savings measures across the forward estimates. [Full text]
13. 11 September 17WESTERN AUSTRALIA / GENERAL
The WA Budget has been released. [Full text]
14. 11 September 17SOUTH AUSTRALIA / GENERAL
Minister Stephen Mullighan said that new activities on the old Royal Adelaide Hospital site will start within days of its closure as a health facility. [Full text]
15. 11 September 17SOUTH AUSTRALIA / GENERAL
Premier Jay Weatherill announced that the SA Government's Fund My Neighbourhood program, one of the world's biggest participatory budgeting exercises, has received over one thousand ideas. [Full text]
16. 7 September 17WESTERN AUSTRALIA / GENERAL
The Committee for Perth issued 'Key Facts about Perth & Western Australia'. [Full text]
17. 7 September 17NEW SOUTH WALES / GENERAL
Transcripts are online for recent NSW Estimates hearings, including for Environment, Heritage, Local Government, Transport, Infrastructure, Social Housing, Finance, Services and Property portfolios. [Full text]
18. 31 August 17WESTERN AUSTRALIA / GENERAL
WA Premier and Cabinet released the interim report for a review aimed at improving service delivery, accountability and efficiency in the WA Government. [Full text]
19. 31 August 17WESTERN AUSTRALIA / GENERAL
Premier Mark McGowan announced the Directors General for eight newly amalgamated WA Government departments. [Full text]
20. 31 August 17VICTORIA / GENERAL
The House Standing Committee on Infrastructure, Transport and Cities announced that it will visit Melbourne as part of its inquiry into the Australian Government's role in the development of cities. [Full text]
21. 28 August 17VICTORIA / EVENTS / GENERAL
The Victorian Government invited expressions of interest to participate in the Inner Metro Assembly event on 13 September. [Full text]
22. 28 August 17VICTORIA / GENERAL
The Committee for Melbourne made a submission on the National Cities Performance Framework Interim Report. [Full text]
23. 28 August 17AUSTRALIAN CAPITAL TERRITORY / GENERAL
The Greens called on the ACT Government to commit to a pilot participatory budgeting process. [Full text]
24. 24 August 17SOUTH AUSTRALIA / EVENTS / GENERAL
The SA Government launched the Open State festival. [Full text]
25. 24 August 17NORTHERN TERRITORY / GENERAL
Attorney-General Natasha Fyles introduced legislation to create an NT Independent Commission Against Corruption. [Full text]
26. 21 August 17GENERAL
The PM issued 'Strategy for Protecting Crowded Places from Terrorism'. [Full text]
27. 17 August 17NEW SOUTH WALES / EVENTS / GENERAL
The 3rd Annual Developing Greater Western Sydney event will be held in Parramatta next Thursday and Friday. [Full text]
28. 17 August 17GENERAL
Melbourne, Adelaide and Perth have been ranked in the top ten most liveable cities by the Economist Intelligence Unit. [Full text]
29. 17 August 17GENERAL
The Australia Institute issued 'The case for a federal corruption watchdog'. [Full text]
30. 14 August 17QUEENSLAND / GENERAL
Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk released a report on the Queensland Government's election commitments. [Full text]
31. 14 August 17VICTORIA / LOCAL GOVERNMENT / GENERAL
Consultation has also commenced ahead of the Victorian Government's Eastern Metropolitan Partnership assembly on 31 August. [Full text]
32. 14 August 17VICTORIA / LOCAL GOVERNMENT / GENERAL
Online consultation has commenced ahead of the Victorian Government's first Inner South East Partnership assembly on 30 August. [Full text]
33. 14 August 17SUSTAINABILITY / GENERAL
Stockland released its Liveability Index survey report, measuring the liveability of 40 communities nationally. [Full text]
34. 10 August 17TASMANIA / GENERAL
Hawker Britton published a summary of the Tasmanian Shadow Ministry reshuffle. [Full text]
35. 10 August 17TASMANIA / GENERAL
Tasmanian Labor announced a new Shadow Cabinet. [Full text]
36. 10 August 17NEW SOUTH WALES / GENERAL
The NSW ICAC released 'Investigation into dealings between Australian Water Holdings Pty Ltd and Sydney Water Corporation and related matters'. [Full text]
37. 3 August 17AUSTRALIAN CAPITAL TERRITORY / GENERAL
The ACT Estimates Committee report into the 2017-18 ACT Budget has been tabled. [Full text]
38. 3 August 17EVENTS / GENERAL
An event on emergent cities will be held tonight at the University of Sydney as part of the Festival of Urbanism. [Full text]
39. 3 August 17GENERAL
UTS called for people who work in community engagement to participate in a survey. [Full text]
40. 31 July 17AWARDS / GENERAL
Winners of the Commonwealth and ACT Public Sector Innovation Awards have been announced. [Full text]
41. 27 July 17NEW SOUTH WALES / EVENTS / GENERAL
The Developing Greater Western Sydney forum will be held in Parramatta from 24 August. [Full text]
42. 24 July 17PLANNING / GENERAL
Productivity Commission Chair Peter Harris called for a 'serious spring clean of urban planning', in an address to the Melbourne Institute's Economic and Social Outlook Conference. [Full text]
43. 24 July 17PLANNING / GENERAL
The HIA said it is pleased that the Cities Reference Group has seen housing given prominence in the indicators of our cities' performance. [Full text]
44. 24 July 17PLANNING / GENERAL
The Property Council said that Assistant Minister Taylor is going about this the right way. [Full text]
45. 24 July 17PLANNING / GENERAL
Consult Australia said the Framework will for the first time bring together data sources from housing to commuter time and employment to air quality. [Full text]
46. 24 July 17PLANNING / GENERAL
Shadow Minister Anthony Albanese said the report is nothing more than a plan for a plan. [Full text]
47. 24 July 17PLANNING / GENERAL
The Urban Taskforce said the Framework must measure the trend to urban living. [Full text]
48. 24 July 17PLANNING / GENERAL
The Green Building Council said that one of the most important features of the Framework will be its online indicator dashboard. [Full text]
49. 24 July 17PLANNING / GENERAL
Assistant Minister Angus Taylor released the National Cities Performance Framework Interim Report. [Full text]
50. 24 July 17PLANNING / GENERAL
Productivity Commission Chair Peter Harris called for a 'serious spring clean of urban planning', in an address to the Melbourne Institute's Economic and Social Outlook Conference. [Full text]