News & Events
The Local Government Investigation and Compliance Inspectorate (Inspectorate) investigation into the electoral roll anomalies detected by Melbourne City Council is rapidly progressing.
Pest plants and animals alongside 100,000 kilometres of local roads are about to be a thing of the past, thanks to a new program launched in Bendigo.
Consultation process open for the revised Victorian Local Government Draft Best Practice Procurement Guidelines. The closing date for submissions is 5.00pm (AEST) 15 October 2012.
The growing area of Melton has officially transformed from a shire to a city.
Five regional Victorian councils shared a prestigious national award at the annual Procurement Australia Awards dinner on 24 August in recognition of their efforts to get better value for the community.
Councillor Milvan Muto from Greater Shepparton City Council was today ordered by VCAT to take a mandatory leave of absence (suspended) from his office of Councillor.
Information about local government elections for Victorians, and information for potential candidates about their responsibilities.
Braybrook will soon have its own library for the first time, as part of the new $11 million Braybrook Community Hub.
The Local Government (Long Service Leave) Regulations 2012 commenced on 18 February 2012 replacing the Local Government (Long Service Leave) Regulations 2002.
Minister for Local Government Jeanette Powell has recently announced the success of the Procurement in Practice project conducted through the Local Government Reform Fund. Five local councils have achieved considerable savings over current contract costs through a collaborative procurement project that was project managed by Local Government Victoria (LGV).