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Adelaide Development Company

Adelaide Development Company

Adelaide Development Company (ADC) is a family business that spans 90 years and three generations. They believe development is a long-term business – significant projects can easily take 10 to 15 years from inception to completion, and in that time ADC aims to optimise their value. That philosophy has served them well for the better […]

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Wagga Wagga

Wagga Wagga

Wagga Wagga is New South Wales’ largest inland city, and a vital agricultural, military and transport hub for all of Australia. The city, which straddles the Murrumbidgee River, offers a beautiful natural environment as well as a number of key attractions and experiences for both residents and visitors. These attractions include a range of festivals […]

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Upper Hutt City

Upper Hutt City

Upper Hutt City – located 30 kilometres northeast of Wellington City and home to 41,200 people – is recognised as a “gateway to the great outdoors.” Amongst its residents, the city is renowned for its beautiful parks, forests and outdoor spaces. It’s also renowned for its accessibility – it’s only a 25-minute drive or 40-minute […]

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Wodonga

Wodonga

  Wodonga ready Wodonga, located in north-eastern Victoria on the bank of the Murray River, is the fastest growing regional city in the state – and it is easy to see why. The city exemplifies the best of what Australia’s regional areas have to offer. It combines the convenience of a metropolitan lifestyle with the […]

Posted in Ed.2 Vol.04,Government,Infrastructure | Read More »

Queanbeyan City Council

Queanbeyan City Council

Country living, city benefits Queanbeyan is a regional centre in south-eastern New South Wales, and the council seat of the Queanbeyan City Council. The area is located just 15 kilometres east of Canberra, Australia’s federal capital, and plays an integral role in their economy. “The heart of Queanbeyan is closer to the heart of Canberra […]

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Rotorua – An iconic destination

Rotorua

Rotorua is New Zealand’s natural, geothermal and cultural wonderland. “We have a particularly unique advantage,” says Mayor Kevin Winters. “We live on an active geothermal field and we enjoy all year round, recreational, commercial and lifestyle benefits this natural resource gives us. The opportunity to further develop our geothermal potential as a sustainable energy source […]

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Townsville City Council

Townsville City Council

Growing sustainably Townsville, aQueenslandcity on the north-eastern coast ofAustralia, is a community unique for many things – and chief among those things is its unity. “We have a community that has a belief in itself, and has always prided itself in working together to get things done,” says Townsville Mayor Les Tyres. “Over the years, […]

Posted in Ed.2 Vol.03,Government,Infrastructure | Read More »

Cairns Regional Council

Cairns Regional Council

A standout city The Cairns Region is one of the fastest growing in Australia, with more than three per cent annual population growth experienced over the last 10 years.  As a city and business centre, Cairns stands out due to its lifestyle offering, its stunning locations and climate, and its reputation for creativity and innovation.  […]

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City of Hobart

City of Hobart

Best of both worlds Hobart is the state capital and most populous city in Tasmania, as well as the financial and administrative heart of the state. It is also the second oldest capital city after Sydney, and the proud recipient of a number of awards for sustainability and economic and social innovation. The City of […]

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Invercargill

Invercargill

A success story Invercargill is the southernmost English speaking city in the world, and the southernmost and westernmost city inNew Zealand. It sits amid rich farmland, and is bordered by large areas of conservation land and marine reserves. On one side they have the Fiordland National Park, and to the south they have the Rakiura […]

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