The NGAA offices will close on the afternoon of Friday 22 February and re-open on Monday 8 January.
Local Government leaders from fast-growing outer suburbs across Australia will gather in Melbourne’s south east next week to share stories of the incredible impact of rapid population growth on their communities.
A national event giving residents of fast-growing outer suburbs the chance to share their #nightmarecommute stories on social media.
The National Growth Areas Alliance (NGAA) has today released the State of Australia's FastGrowing Outer Suburbs..
The focus on infrastructure in the 2017-18 Federal Budget is a step in the right direction..
Five million people living in Australia’s fast-growing outer suburbs are hoping tomorrow's federal budget..
The federal government should not shy away from borrowing for public infrastructure investment..
Fast-growing outer suburbs, home to five million people and growing at double the national rate, are the often..
National Growth Areas Alliance Executive Officer, Ruth Spielman, has been appointed to the Cities Reference Group, convened..
Chair of the National Growth Areas Alliance (NGAA), Mayor Glenn Docherty.