If you are an elected member, employed in Local Government or need to communicate to Local Government in Tasmania, then the LGAT News magazine is of value to you.
LGAT News is the Tasmanian Local Government sector magazine. Published quarterly, it reaches every local council elected member in Tasmania and is extensively distributed throughout Local Government reaching managers and specialist officers, as well as the Tasmanian State Government, Tasmanian community and non-profit groups, interstate Local Government associations and suppliers to Local Government.
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Tasmania's First Local Government Resource Directory
LGAT prides itself on delivering an informative and relevant quarterly magazine to Tasmania's Local Government. In early 2006, LGAT News published Tasmania's first resource directory exclusive to Local Government. Want to know who does what in Tasmania's business and service community and how they could help your council? Find out when you click here.
Submitting A Story
We are always on the lookout for editorial contributions. Our regular features include
Faces of Local Government
News and Reviews (including tourism, events and ICT)
People and Performance
- Health and Wellbeing
Business and Finance
Roads and Engineering
We welcome contributions from local councils, consultants and academics, state and federal agencies, professional and non-government organisations and suppliers to local government. Contributions must be relevant to local government.
LGAT News is published four times a year. The deadlines for the submission of editorial in 2014 are as follows:
- December 2014 issue - 27 October
The deadlines for the submission of editorial in 2015 are as follows:
- March 2015 issue - 2 February
- June 2015 issue - 27 April
- September 2015 issue - 3 August
- December 2015 issue - 26 October
Contributions must be relevant to Local Government and will be used at the discretion of the editor, in whole or part, or not at all, in the next scheduled issue or subsequent issues. The publishers do not pay for editorial submitted.
LGAT News does not accept advertorial for publication. Announcements regarding new products or services, however, may be considered newsworthy and you are encouraged to submit these items.
For more on editorial policy and format, click here.
Not getting your copy of LGAT News? Want to discuss a story contribution? Contact our editor, Stephanie Watson on (03) 6233 5119 or email@example.com.
Interested in advertising in LGAT News? Phone Mike Roberts on (03) 6394 7383.