Department of Local Government, Sport and Cultural Industries
A draft copy of the Local Government Regulations Amendment (Employee Code of Conduct) Regulations 2020 is now available on the department’s website for comment.
A total of 23 projects by artists and arts organisations from across the State will share in almost $1 million in funding through the State Government's Arts 15k-plus grant program.
With just one day to go until COVID-19 contact registers become mandatory for many WA local businesses and venues, there are a number of State Government resources available to assist with communications to stakeholders.
The State Government is to contribute more than $400,000 to construct and repair basketball courts at five remote Aboriginal communities in the West Kimberley region.
Local governments’ 2020 Compliance Audit Return will soon be available via the department’s Smart Hub online portal.
With COVID-19 contact registers becoming mandatory for many WA local businesses and venues from 5 December, local governments should already be aware of the State Government’s SafeWA app.
Physical activity policy and training for Early Childhood Education and Care.
The State Government's Banned Drinkers Register trial in the Pilbara region has begun today.
Premier Mark McGowan will officially present the Perth Festival with a Lotterywest COVID-19 Relief Fund grant of $6.3 million and will announce an additional $1 million in support, at the opening night of the festival's Lotterywest Films season.
The new $5.65 million Southern Cross Aquatic Centre was officially opened today by Sport and Recreation Minister Mick Murray.