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Central Coast Council - Dealing with Dementia

Central Coast Council has created a Dementia Friendly Central Coast Framework to strategically analyse the implacts of dementia and to plan actions that could be taken to create a dementia friendly community. View Story

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Break O'Day and Dorset Councils - Blue Derby MTB Trail

Regionals towns face some huge economic obstacles, see how Dorset and Break O'Day councils have performed an economic miracle in Derby and beyond. View Story

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West Tamar Council and Flinders Council - Resource Sharing

Councils are expected to provide the same level of services, regardless of budget, see how West Tamar and Flinders Councils are resource sharing to economically deliver development assessment service to communities in remote locations.  View Story


City of Hobart - Energy Efficient Doone Kennedy Aquatic Centre

Have you ever thought how much energy it takes to heat an Olympic sized pool in a swimming centre and what it costs?  View Story

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Northern Lights - Energy Efficient Lighting

Rising power costs are hitting us all hard, see how Tasmania’s northern councils are working together to reduce their communities street lighting bill.  View Story


Waratah Wynyard Council - Community Board

The ‘Sustainable Murchison 2040 Community Plan’ – describes the connection of smaller and remote communities, like Waratah, to various nodes and service centres, is a vital part of regional planning. View Story

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Devonport City Council - Festival of Learning 

A comprehensive program of activities was put together to demonstrate the wide variety of learning opportunities available in Devonport - in a hands on way. View Story


Clarence City Council - Accessible and inclusive play spaces for everyone

Clarence City Council is leading the way in developing major play parks that cater for a range of community groups, ages and abilities. View Story

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Brighton Council - Head In The Clouds

Brighton Council recently ditched its computer servers and moved all their electronic data to Microsoft’s Azure ‘cloud’ platform. Things like rates, financials, asset management and GIS mapping are now all cloud based.  View Story.