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On 1 July 2010 new right to information legislation came into effect, replacing the former freedom of information law.

The new law:

  • creates new rights to information that are designed to meet community expectations of more open and transparent government
  • encourages government agencies to proactively release government information.

You can find out more about your right to information and new ways to access NSW government information on the Office of the Australian Information Commissioner (OAIC) website at http://www.oaic.gov.au


Accessing our Council’s information


Our Council publishes a range of information under the Government Information (Public Access) Act 2009.


Follow the links to find out more about our policies, our agency’s information guide, a disclosure log of information applications, details of information not disclosed to the public and our register of government contracts.

 

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    I was instrumental in introducing the existing legislation and it would be a retrograde step to wind it back.

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