Regional Development Australia Southern Inland (RDASI) is partnering with the NSW Department of Industry to deliver a business development program to the Alpine Region from March to May this year. Other partners in this project are the local Chambers of Commerce and Local Government Authorities of Bombala, Cooma-Monaro and Snowy River.
Regional Development Australia Southern Inland partnered with the Regional Australia Institute in late 2015 to deliver a series of workshops as part of its Southern Inland Regional Accelerator Program.
“Regional Development Australia Southern Inland (RDASI) strongly supports and congratulates Canberra Airport’s agreement with Singapore Airlines to develop into an international airport” said Councillor Mark Schweikert, Chairman of RDASI.
The Chairman of Regional Development Australia Southern Inland, Cr. Mark Schweikert, has congratulated several regional projects that have gained funding through the Federal Government’s National Stronger Regions Fund Round Two.
Regional Development Australia Southern Inland (RDASI) recently held its first meeting with a new committee that was appointed in mid-2015. RDASI is part of a network of 55 Regional Development Australia committees across Australia.
Registration is now open for the first 'Farms with a Future' Ground Work Day. To be eligible to attend you need to have a farm property within the SE Local Land Services area and agree to submit a Sustainable Farm Plan for your own farm within 8 weeks after you...
Following a significant review of the Food Regulation 2010, the Food Regulation 2015 came into effect on 30 October 2015.
Phase one of the Renewable Energy Trail was launched at the South East Region of Renewable Energy Excellence’s (SERREE) Renewable Energy Day on Friday 30 October 2015. The Renewable Energy Trail is an initiative of SERREE, being developed in collaboration with key renewable energy stakeholders to showcase the ACT and...
Australian Government funding is now available for organisations to apply for grants between $1,000 and $5,000 to help with the costs of volunteering. It is expected around 5,700 organisations will benefit across Australia, with grants to be paid by 30 June 2016.
On the 30th of November 2015, representatives from governments and other institutions around the world will meet in Paris seeking a new global agreement on action on climate change. The future of our global food systems will be shaped by the decisions made at this meeting.