Shire of Wiluna selects MAGIQ Documents*
The Shire of Wiluna in Western Australia has selected MAGIQ Documents to achieve its records and document management requirements and significantly improve community and stakeholder access to Council information.
Manningham Council’s premier new Mullum Mullum Stadium in Victoria is changing the game with sustainable design a key feature of this facility.
Following the KISS principle
Sometimes the simplest solution to a problem just happens to be the best one, and that was the case for Broken Hill City Council (BHCC), when they set about live streaming their monthly Council meetings.
Can you trust your data?*
Every organisational unit has amassed large amounts of data, so much so, we specifically reference the magnitude using terms like, data ‘warehouse’ or ‘lake’.
The smart war on waste
The District Council of Yankalilla, an hour south of Adelaide, recently combined their war on waste campaign with Smart City innovation with the installation of their first Smart Bin Clean Cube at Second Valley.
Community’s voice is the key
The City of Kalgoorlie-Boulder, Western Australia, released the Kal City Centre Place Plan to the community for consultation last month.
‘Gardens for Wildlife’ goes state-wide
Knox City Council’s highly successful Gardens for Wildlife (G4W) program will be used as a role-model across Victoria with the assistance of the State Government and RMIT University.
Berri solar farm
Berri Barmera Council, South Australia, is planning a $25 million, 10 megawatt (MW), Renewable Energy Solar Generation Facility.
A place of learning
Aurukun’s library has become a place of learning for young and old community members through a partnership between Aurukun Shire Council and Education Queensland.
Adopt a Street Tree spreads its roots
Western Downs Regional Council, Queensland, has called on residents to help keep their towns beautiful by participating in the new ‘Adopt a Street Tree’ program.
Conference sets new horizons*
Coffs Harbour City Council is organising the 21st Local Government Information Technology Conference at Opal Cove Resort, Coffs Harbour, New South Wales, 28-30 November 2018.
Open Data Hub proves a big hit
One year on the City of Darwin Open Data Hub has proved highly successful with 12,179 views for information on a range of data.
Mobile app improves road maintenance
Committed to exploring how Smart City ideas can be implemented in Lake Macquarie, New South Wales, Council has transformed its road maintenance processes by developing a custom-made software system using mobile technology.
Recycled plastic path trial
In a Victorian first, Hobsons Bay City Council will trial Emesh, a 100 percent recycled plastic fibre product used to reinforce concrete as part of the Skeleton Creek Trail upgrade.
Drainage nets post goes viral
City of Kwinana, Western Australian, made Facebook fame last month with a post about the success of its drainage nets, which has gone viral with over 2.5 million people all over the world reached in 48 hours.