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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.
Posted 19 February 2016 in Media Releases
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. 
A Chinese delegation of more than 50 key decision-makers will visit Goulburn today, Monday 21 September, to join more than 100 locals and participate in a Chinese Business Forum, to be hosted by Regional Development Australia Southern Inland in conjunction with the Australian International Trade Association.
A Chinese delegation of 100 key decision-makers will visit Goulburn on Monday 21 September to participate in a Chinese Business Forum, to be hosted by Regional Development Australia Southern Inland in conjunction with the Australian International Trade Association.
Infrastructure upgrades across the NSW Southern Inland region from the recent State Government budget are a welcome outcome. “The budget provides for vital infrastructure spending across our region”, said Cr Mark Schweikert, Chairman of the Board of Regional Development Australia Southern Inland.
A number of environmental grants are open for applications now, and communities across the NSW Southern Inland region are encouraged to apply for funding.
The Chairman of the Board of Regional Development Australia Southern Inland, Cr Mark Schweikert, has congratulated Goulburn Mulwaree Council, Yass Valley Council and Wingecarribbee Shire Council for their successful applications to fund projects under Round One of the Australian Government's National Stronger Regions Fund.