Department of Local Government, Sport and Cultural Industries
The State Government has opened up new career opportunities for Western Australian elite athletes after reducing the minimum hours required to undertake an apprenticeship or traineeship.
Amendments have been made to the Caravan Parks and Camping Grounds Regulations 1997, the Cat Regulations 2012, and the Dog Regulations 2013.
The State Government has announced Phase 4 Easing of Restrictions, introduced on 27 June and removing existing gathering limits.
A $195,000 relief fund will be available for eligible regional art galleries that had to cancel exhibitions and close their doors due to COVID-19.
A new $1 million grant program will provide vital funding to support ongoing creative and cultural activity in Western Australia's regions.
MyCouncil website keeps ratepayers and residents up to date on how their councils manage their money01 Jul 2020
Ratepayers and residents throughout Western Australia will be able to keep an eye on how their councils are performing, thanks to the latest figures provided on the State Government's MyCouncil website.
Live music in Western Australia is officially back with the announcement that up to 4000 fans will be able to support popular local bands on Saturday July 18, the day WA celebrates the lifting of all COVID-19 crowd restrictions.
The Inquiry into the City of Perth has ended and its report — with more than 250 findings and more than 300 recommendations — delivered to the Minister for Local Government, the Hon. David Templeman MLA.
Sport and active recreation plays an important role in community development, connectiveness, physical and mental health.
Local government demographic, geographic and financial data for 2018-19 is now available on the MyCouncil website.