Eight South East Queensland (SEQ) Mayors and Councillors will promote SEQ’s business and investment opportunities to Asia Pacific investors when they represent the region at the 2017 Asia Pacific Cities Summit in Daejeon, South Korea next week.
Cr Quirk said the 2017 Asia Pacific Cities Summit was […]Read More
Today the region’s Mayors issued a plea to the future Queensland Government: Work with us to connect the region’s major corridors to support the needs of a growing South East Queensland (SEQ).
Speaking at today’s announcement of the Council of Mayors’ (SEQ) 2017/18 State Advocacy Priorities, the […]Read More
Seven of the ten critical infrastructure projects highlighted by the Council of Mayors (SEQ) have received a commitment from one or more parties in the lead up to the Queensland State Election, but the region’s Mayors say there’s still work to be done.
While the region’s candidates […]Read More
The Council of Mayors (SEQ) has welcomed Queensland Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk’s interest in a feasibility study being conducted by the group which will investigate a potential 2032 Olympic Games bid for South East Queensland.
Speaking today from Tokyo as part of a trade mission to Japan and […]Read More
The Council of Mayors (SEQ) congratulates Sunshine Coast Mayor Mark Jamieson on the recent announcement of a new international submarine cable contract that has been agreed between Sunshine Coast Council and RTI Connectivity Pty Ltd (RTI-C).
The Sunshine Coast international submarine cable has been a regional priority […]Read More
The Council of Mayors (SEQ) has made a historic amendment to its legal structure, welcoming Interim Administrator Mr Greg Chemello to its Board.
The move ensures the City of Ipswich continues to play an integral role in the organisation’s ongoing advocacy, and its mission to reshape the […]Read More