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The Local Government Remuneration and Discipline Tribunal is established under chapter 6, part 3 of the Local Government Act 2009.
The tribunal is an independent body, made up of three suitably qualified persons appointed by the Governor in Council. It is responsible for regularly reviewing and determining the remuneration payable to councillors and for dealing with complaints of serious misconduct by councillors.
The department provides administrative and secretariat assistance to the tribunal to enable it to effectively perform its responsibilities.
Find out about the background and purpose of the tribunal, view member profiles and code of conduct information.
Information regarding the remuneration functions of the tribunal, including local government categories and submissions to vary remuneration.
The process for complaints about councillor conduct, including complaint referral, dealings with complaints and taking disciplinary action.
View the annual determinations and reports made by the tribunal.
How to contact us with tribunal enquiries.