Register of Interests
A Register of Interests must be kept by the Chief Executive Officer of the Council, detailing the financial and non-financial interests of each Councillor and their immediate family. The CEO must not delegate the power to keep a Register of Interests.
A local government must ensure a public extract of a Register of Interests for Councillors may be inspected by the public at the local government's public office and on its website. The public extract will include information in the register relating to:
- gifts received
- hospitality benefits received
- memberships of organisations
A Councillor must advise the CEO (on the prescribed form) within 30 days of knowing there has been a change in their status in the register.
The inclusion of a personal interest on a Councillor's register of interest does not make the Councillor exempt from making a declaration of either a material personal interest or a conflict of interest at a Council meeting.
To view a Councillor's Register of Interest please click on the below:
The Mayor - Councillor Margaret Strelow(PDF, 5MB)
The Mayor - Councillor Margaret Strelow - Amendment 1 September 2020(PDF, 905KB)
Division 1 - Councillor Shane Latcham(PDF, 28MB)
Division 2 - Councillor Neil Fisher(PDF, 320KB) (Deputy Mayor)
Division 3 - Councillor Tony Williams(PDF, 271KB)
Division 4 - Councillor Ellen Smith(PDF, 501KB)
Division 5 - Councillor Cherie Rutherford(PDF, 500KB)
Division 6 - Councillor Drew Wickerson(PDF, 617KB)
Division 7 - Councillor Donna Kirkland(PDF, 784KB)
Gift and Hospitality Register - Councillors
The Chief Executive Officer maintains a ‘Gift and Hospitality Register – Councillors’ for gifts and/or benefits received by Councillors whilst undertaking their duties and/or while representing Council.
All requests to inspect the Gifts and Hospitality Register – Councillors must be made in writing to the Chief Executive Officer, PO Box 1860, Rockhampton Q 4700.