The COVID-19 pandemic caused devastating social and economic impacts in Australia’s cities, highlighting the vulnerabilities of our central business and entertainment districts. Cities were (and continue to be) disproportionately impacted by ongoing cessation of activity
As the closest level of government to the community, Australia's 537 city, regional and rural councils have an important role to play in ending our country's homelessness crisis. But to date, only a few have
DAY 1 – SETTING THE SCENE TIME ITEM SPEAKER 12.30pm – 1.00pm Registration and refreshments 30 mins 1.00pm – 1.05pm Opening comments from the MC Chris Kotur 5 mins 1.05pm – 1.15pm Welcome
Capital Cities and Local government more broadly, use the Cultural and Creative Satellite Accounts to help balance the needs of the cultural and creative sectors alongside other stakeholders during policy development. For local government, this
The Council of Capital City Lord Mayors (CCCLM) welcomes this week’s release of the National Electric Vehicle strategy. The strategy provides a clear focus on encouraging the take up of electric vehicles in Australia, supported
The Council of Capital City Lord Mayors (CCCLM) welcomes the release of two important papers yesterday, the Productivity Commission’s Report on Government Services (part G Housing and Homelessness) and Anglicare Australia’s Reforming Rent Assistance paper.
CAPITAL CITY MAYORS CALL FOR PERMANENT CITY BUILDING AGREEMENT TO MANAGE SURGING POPULATION AND MAXIMISE LONG TERM INVESTMENT IN LIVEABILITY The Council of Capital City Lord Mayors met in Hobart on Friday 15 March. Lord
The Lord Mayors of Australia’s capital cities are calling on Federal politicians to invest in and partner with city governments to secure Australia’s economic future and the wellbeing of all Australians. In a call to