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31st August 2012
Innovation in the energy sector will be under discussion at the Hunter region of New South Wales’ annual Committee for Economic Development of Australia (...
1st March 2012
From Moree and Goondawindi to Kalgoorlie, pilots based in regional centres throughout Australia are being urged to register for air safety workshops being held between February and June this year....
24th February 2012
A world-first data project that will help Tasmania’s economy to diversify and give farmers a competitive edge will receive funding of $3.6 million from the Australian Government. The SenseT project...
15th February 2012
Construction of a freshwater dam to enable the expansion of the aquaculture industry will go ahead thanks to a contribution of $3.89 million under the Tasmanian Forests Intergovernmental Agreement (...
14th February 2012
High school students in the Hunter region of New South Wales are gaining the skills and experience required for manufacturing careers through a $2.9 million program being delivered by Regional...
10th February 2012
Success in higher education is highly dependent on success in schools, according to former University of Melbourne Vice-Chancellor, Professor Kwong Lee Dow. Professor Lee Dow was the keynote speaker...
19th January 2012
The Australian Government is supporting regional economies through $30 million in initial assistance and a further $30 million per annum in reduced red tape for agricultural export industries....
3rd January 2012
An historic agreement has been signed between the Commonwealth and Queensland governments that will make way for place-based strategies across northern Queensland and resource communities with...
22nd December 2011
Planning for the expected future growth in the tourism sector, including tourism to regional areas, was a key feature of the latest meeting of the Tourism Access Working Group. The Minister Assisting...