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2009

Council of Australian Governments (2009)

Implementation plan for a feasibility study under the COAG strategy on water and wastewater services in remote communities - Western Australia: national partnership agreement on water for the future.

Canberra: Council of Australian Governments

Council of Australian Governments (2009)

Implementation plan for COAG strategy on water and wastewater services in remote (including Indigenous) communities - Queensland: national partnership agreement on water for the future.

Canberra: Council of Australian Governments

Council of Australian Governments (2009)

Implementation plan for COAG strategy on water and wastewater services in remote communities - South Australia: national partnership agreement on water for the future.

Canberra: Council of Australian Governments

2008

Local Government Association of the Northern Territory (2008)

Solid waste management priority plan.

Parap, NT: Local Government Association of the Northern Territory

The Waste management priority planning template, developed by the Local Government Association of the Northern Territory, aims to assist in the delivery of safe and environmentally sound waste service to small and remote communities.

The plan is designed to be a tool for councils to prioritise waste management planning. There are a number of sections to personalise and develop.

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2004

Department of Human Services (2004)

Challenges for health services in rural, regional and remote South Australia: background paper.

Adelaide: Government of South Australia

Lower T, Durham G, Bow D, Larson A (2004)

Implementation of the Australian core public health functions in rural Western Australia.

Australian and New Zealand Journal of Public Health; 28(5): 418-425

 
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