When I reflect upon the last 12 months, I would have to say… wow, what a year!
Landfills are a necessary part of most waste management strategies for councils throughout Queensland and across Australia.
With the changes last year to the Crime and Corruption Act 2001 (Qld) and the widened definition on what constitutes corrupt conduct and therefore what is reportable to the CCC.
Well maybe not the last link, but it did get your attention!
In regional areas, locals are more adept to communicating and working online and being educated at home. Huge distances make this a necessity.
It’s a big old place, is Queensland.
The Barcaldine Regional Council Deputy CEO’s 2018 award submission allowed him to conduct a two-week study tour of small-town America.
Brent shares a little history on the story behind the Butch Lenton award and the search is on for this year’s $10,000 winner.
Meet 'HR Assist', Peak Services’ newly developed HR platform. Following a successful pilot by Scenic Rim Regional Council, we are excited to announce HR Assist has now gone ‘live’.
…..on your marks, get ready, deliver!
Councils need to be aware that employees have a legal right under the Industrial Relations Act 2016 (the Act) to request a ‘flexible working arrangement’.
Council’s will find it harder than usual to manage capital works budgets in the face of changing revenue streams particularly with impacts of reduced rates or conversely additional funding as the econ
Geographically, Queensland is a massive area and that brings with it its own challenges. What works in South East Queensland, doesn’t necessarily work in the Far North, or the outback.
Ongoing and life-long learning is essential to us all, and with the changes that have occurred over recent times, we are embracing different ways of learning.
While Queenslanders and the rest of the world deal with the fall out of COVID-19, it is important that councils continue to provide their usual services but with an eye to the future