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1384.6 - Statistics - Tasmania, 2005  
Previous ISSUE Released at 11:30 AM (CANBERRA TIME) 13/09/2002   
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Contents >> Government finance >> Local government finance

Local government in Tasmania consists of 29 councils making up the local general government sector, and a local government public non-financial corporations sector comprising three bulk water supply authorities and one waste management authority. The bulk water authorities were previously owned by the State Government, and have been progressively devolved to the constituent councils. The financial information is presented on a consolidated basis, which means that transactions and balances between entities within the total public sector are eliminated to avoid double counting. Local government councils and authorities are:

GENERAL GOVERNMENT (COUNCILS)

Break O’Day
Brighton
Burnie
Central Coast
Central Highlands
Circular Head
Clarence
Derwent Valley
Devonport
Dorset
Flinders
George Town
Glamorgan/Spring Bay
Glenorchy
Hobart
Huon Valley
Kentish
King Island
Kingborough
Latrobe
Launceston
Meander Valley
Northern Midlands
Sorell
Southern Midlands
Tasman
Waratah/Wynyard
West Coast
West Tamar

PUBLIC NON-FINANCIAL CORPORATION

Cradle Coast Water Authority
Dulverton Waste Management Authority
Esk Water Authority
Hobart Water Authority



This section contains the following subsection :
        Total public sector

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