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Sister City Partners maintains an up to date range of corporate documents. These are:
Warwick’s keynote address was based on the two slide packs below. A copy of the pre-delivery speech notes is available here:
His address was entitled Beyond the Mendicant Economy: Innovating Regional Economic Institutions and Architectures – Key Elements of a Blueprint in Readiness for When the Rush Ends. The speech notes are available here, and the slide pack is available here.
Warwick presented to the UDIA (Townsville) on key regional dynamics. He presented new research drawing from the results of a national research program he is undertaking with colleagues at James Cook University on regional labour force dynamics. The presentation is available here. The slides with notes is available here.
Warwick presented a paper called “Tropical City: Finding Refuge in the Night Time Economy”. In it he drew on Townsville’s tropical experiences and sketched out four mega-trends driving a re-think about what day/night means when it comes to work and leisure. The slide deck is available here.
Sister City Partners has produced a number of presentations as part of our New Possibilities for Regional Resilience Series. The slides can be accessed here:
Sister City Partners periodically produces data decks focusing on North Queensland. Sometimes, these find their way into other presentations (e.g. the UDIA market update 2017), while at other times they are more generic in nature.
Warwick Powell’s (2008) Working Paper “Who runs the show? Summer of Discontent: financialisation, corporate governance failures and political irresponsibility in Queensland’s electricity distribution sector”, is available here.
A number of conference papers (2015) that deal with Townsville’s CBD development ambitions, the Townsville Strand, “why it works” and how it gets (unsuccessfully) drawn into the politics of urban renewal are available here.
Warwick Powell publishes a regular post on LinkedIn. Some of these are republished here as PDFs:
Warwick Powell has begun a regular column with Duo Magazine, a monthly Townsville-based publication with a circulation of 44,000 hard copies and 33,000 online visitations. The Magazine has won numerous awards and is recognised as a leader in high production values publications in regional markets. It can be accessed here. A selection of individual articles can also be accessed by clicking on these links:
Townsville City Council’s 2014 Culture Matters report has been referred to frequently in various blog posts. It does not appear to be locatable via a standard search engine search. So for those who are curious, it is available here: Culture Matters.
The 2013 KPMG Townsville Stadium Final Feasibility Study is available here: Townsville Stadium Study – Final copy.
Warwick Powell recently presented at the Queensland Parliamentary Committee Hearing on the Environmental Protection (Chain of Responsibility) Amendment Bill 2016. A copy of Warwick’s oral submission is available here: Statement to Parliamentary Committee 5 March 2016.