L-R: Cale Dendle, Ben Pole and Mark Kean.
LG Professionals Australia's National Federation Awards highlight individual excellence and achievement, and celebrate the commitment councils show their communities. Now, state winners in each category have been announced (congratulations!!) and are the finalists for the National Awards, with one winner announced in each category. National winners will be announced at Congress during the Gala Dinner on May 24th at the spectacular Glen Albyn Estate.
- Emerging Leader of the Year Award
- Innovative Management Initiatives
- Community Partnerships and Collaboration
Click Read More to see who won in your state – or to see who your competition will be come May when you arrive in Hobart for the big reveal.
Emily Raymond – Newcastle City Council (Emerging Leader)
Daniel Fulton – Queanbeyan-Palerang Regional Council (Emerging Leader)
Tweed Shire Council – Community Engagement Network (The CEN) (Innovative Management)
Port Stephens Council – Soldiers Point Aboriginal Place – It’s Declaration and Celebration (Community Partnerships and Collaboration)
Community Development Coordinator Program – Warrumbungle Shire Council (Community Partnerships and Collaboration)
City of Ipswich for Fire Station 101 (Innovative Management)
Western Downs Regional Council – Pest Management Programme (Community Partnerships and Collaboration)
Stephanie Coughlin – Renmark Paringa Council (Emerging Leader)
Coorong District Council- Accidental Art Gallery (Innovative Management)
Schoolies Festival, Victor Harbor (Community Partnerships and Collaboration)
Yvonne Stone – Circular Head Council (Emerging Leader)
Kingborough Council – Delivering Biodiversity Offets in Local Government Project (Innovative Management)
Circular Head Council (Community Partnerships and Collaboration)
Hayley Rowe – Glenelg Shire Council (Emerging Leader)
Brimbank City Council – Electronic Planning Application Process (Innovative Management)
Gardens for Wildlife, Knox City Council (Community Partnerships and Collaboration)