Review of current local government reform processes in Australia and New Zealand

Local government Australia New Zealand
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This snapshot examines the nearly 30 review and reform initiatives taking place in jurisdictions across Australasia between February and March 2013, continuing a period of change and reform in local government which dates back at least two decades.

The research report, Review of Current local Government Reform Processes in Australia and New Zealand, is co-published with the Local Government Association of South Australia and the project was initiated by the South Australian Local Government Expert Review Panel.

The research builds upon earlier ACELG paper Unfinished Business? A Decade of Inquiries into Australian Local Government that examined the findings, recommendations and outcomes of nine major national and state inquiries into local government.

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