Department of Local Government, Sport and Cultural Industries
Consultation paper proposes simplified local government meeting processes28 February 2024
Local Government Minister Hannah Beazley encouraged local government council members, staff, stakeholders and community members to provide their feedback on proposals to standardise council meeting rules as she opened a 3-month consultation today.
Standardised meeting procedures consultation now open28 February 2024
A 3-month consultation period is now open to inform the development of new regulations and guidance materials to standardise local government council and meeting procedures in WA.
Local government reform webinar 823 February 2024
Please join us for our first local government reform webinar for this year.
We Bury The Dead commences production in the Great Southern22 February 2024
The Great Southern region is abuzz with activity this week as filming commences on survival-thriller feature film, We Bury The Dead, featuring international star Daisy Ridley and Australian stars Brenton Thwaites and Mark Coles Smith, across the next 6 weeks.
Legacy football and cricket pavilion project nets $700,000 grant20 February 2024
The State Government is showing its commitment to community sporting needs in the Shire of Dardunup by pitching in a major funding contribution to a new football and cricket pavilion at Eaton Oval, a legacy project to honour two much-loved locals.
Perth Glory Football Club to continue as the A-League team in WA19 February 2024
Perth Glory Football Club will continue as the A-League team in Western Australia following confirmation the Pelligra Group has purchased the club.
Grants for WA’s Olympic and Paralympic hopefuls to head to Paris 2024 Games18 February 2024
As the world counts down to the Paris 2024 Olympic and Paralympic Games, more than $1.3 million in State Government funding is being made available to help Western Australian athletes who are heading to France for Team Australia.
Extended trading for public holidays16 February 2024
As in past years the Director of Liquor Licensing (DLL), under the Liquor Control Act 1988, is issuing extended trading permits by way of a notice published in the Gazette for non-metropolitan liquor stores for selected Sundays in 2024.
Liquor Control (Section 31) Notice 202316 February 2024
Issued under the Liquor Control Act 1988 sections 31 (4) and (7) and 60 by the Director of Liquor Licensing.
Local government reform webinar 8
2024 WA Trails Forum