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More focus needed to deliver fairness and opportunity to five million Australians

9 May 2017

The focus on infrastructure in the 2017-18 Federal Budget is a step in the right direction, but the real extent of investment remains to be seen according to the National Growth Areas Alliance Executive Officer, Ruth Spielman...Full Media Release

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Come and work with NGAA

02 . 07 . 2018

We are recruiting for two new positions: Reserach and Policy Coordinator (0.4FTE) and Communications Coordinator (0.6FTE). More information here.

 

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2018 Federal Budget - Government finally recognising growth areas

08 . 05 . 2018

The Federal Government has finally started listening to the nearly 5 million people in Australia’s fast growing outer suburbs who face daily challenges of nightmare commutes to work or study, and lack of public transport options.

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Bronwen Clark appointed new NGAA Executive Officer

22 . 03 . 2018

Chair of the National Growth Areas Alliance, Mayor Glenn Docherty, is pleased to announce Bronwen Clark has been appointed to the role of Executive Officer, following a national recruitment process.

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Melbourne's Outer Suburbs Ready for Transformation

21 . 03 . 2018

Growth areas have welcomed 35 per cent of Australia’s overall population growth in the last five years, but only received 13 per cent of total infrastructure investment. Councils in growth areas are responding to this deficit with innovative and transformational projects to provide services and facilities their communities need.

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