LOCAL GOVERNMENT TRIBUNAL GRANTS 2% REMUNERATION INCREASE

The Queensland Local Government Remuneration and Discipline Tribunal has handed down its 2015 Annual Report in which it has granted a 2% increase of the annual remuneration paid to Mayors, Deputy Mayors and Councillors which will be effective from 1st July 2016.

The report (which can be accessed through the above link) details the methodology used to determine the increase which will apply to all elected Local Government representatives across the State. It also discloses representations made to the Tribunal together with details of complaints and any disciplinary action taken.

For the Bundaberg Regional Council this will mean the following increases in remunerations:

Mayor                        From $142,769 to $145,624  –  an increase of $2,855

Deputy Mayor            From $  93,927 to $  95,806  – an increase of $1,897

Councillor                  From $  82,655 to $  84,308  –  an increase of $1,653

This entry was posted in Uncategorized. Bookmark the permalink.

Latest News

THE VALUE OF TESTIMONIALS
Posted on by gregbarnes

One of the most rewarding aspects of my job is to receive positive feedback from members of the community regarding … Continue reading



Posted on by gregbarnes

PUBLIC STATEMENT Cr Greg Barnes, Representative for Division 5 20/03/2020 The Office of the Independent Assessor (OIA) has released the … Continue reading


POLITICAL HANDS-OFF FOR MEET & GREET SESSIONS
Posted on by gregbarnes


NOMINATION FOR DIVISION 5 RE-ELECTION LODGED
Posted on by gregbarnes

I have today nominated for re-election as the representative for Division 5 of the Bundaberg Regional Council. 20 years of … Continue reading


MONEY’S CREEK MOTION VOTED DOWN
Posted on by gregbarnes

Yesterday,17th December, I put forward the following Notice of Motion regarding the issues facing Money’s Creek:- That Council:  Create a … Continue reading


NOTICE OF MOTION – MONEY’S CREEK UPPER LAGOON
Posted on by gregbarnes

This morning I have given notice that at the next Ordinary Meeting of Council scheduled  for Tuesday 17th December 2019, … Continue reading


RESIGNATION FROM SISTER CITIES COMMITTEE
Posted on by gregbarnes

This afternoon I tendered my resignation from Council’s Sister City Advisory Committee (SCAC), effective immediately and for person reasons.


BRC DISASTER DASHBOARD
Posted on by gregbarnes

I know that I repeat this message every year as we approach the storm/fire season however I think that it’s … Continue reading


REQUEST SUBMITTED FOR BARGARA ROAD TURN-OFF LANE
Posted on by gregbarnes


NIELSON PARK UPGRADES
Posted on by gregbarnes

Having received several requests for improved picnic infrastructure at the northern end of Nielson Park, I’m pleased to advise that … Continue reading



View older news items

Hosted by Edge Online