Department of Local Government, Sport and Cultural Industries
Prize-winning short films hit the big screen at Rooftop1 March 2024
Australia’s best short film makers were recognised last night at the awards for the Best Australian Short-Film Competition.
Samantha Kerr secures historic third WA Sports Star Award1 March 2024
Perth soccer star’s hat-trick — Sam Kerr named WA Sport Star of the Year for third time and Australian Football Rules' Troy Kirkham takes home DLGSC Sports Administrator of the Year award.
Changes to the weigh-in rules certificate of Fitness forms and serology submissions29 February 2024
As part of the Combat Sports Commission’s commitment to continuous improvement, some important changes have been made for weigh-in rules, how serology is being reported and a new Certificate of Fitness.
Funding means clubs can welcome more women and girls29 February 2024
The State Government is encouraging more women and girls to get involved in sport and active recreation thanks to new female and unisex changerooms at Cockburn ARC
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.