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Posted 3 November 2015 in News
Local businesses are being urged to register for a free waste management assessment that helps them save money and time, and boost profits. 
A government-run scholarship that supports students studying agriculture-related degrees at university is now taking applications for 2016.
The Regional Wellbeing Survey’s mission is to support research that improves the wellbeing and quality of life of people living in rural and regional Australia. To achieve this, the views of all people living in rural and regional Australia need to be heard.
The Restart program is an Australian Government wage subsidy that encourages businesses to employ mature workers.
The Smart Work Report is the culmination of research undertaken by the University of Canberra - commissioned by Regional Development Australia (RDA) ACT and RDA Southern Inland, which recognises that promoting telecommuting within the local knowledge economy, facilitated by advances in ICT, will strengthen the productivity, sustainability and well-being of...
The Australian and NSW governments have funded a $300,000 Barton Highway Draft Improvement Strategy to guide ongoing improvement of the Barton Highway. The draft strategy is on display for comment until Friday 27 November 2015.
The newly formed Capital Region Small Farms Network will be holding a 'New Small Farms Walk n Talk' with BBQ lunch on Saturday 21 November from 10am to 2pm in Rossi (south east of Queanbeyan).
On the 12-15 November, Queanbeyan is playing host to one of the truffle growers big events of the year.  It's the annual conference of the Australian Truffle Growers Association and it's a three-day crash course in the pleasures and business of growing truffles; and there a few events that truffle...
Royal Agricultural Society (RAS) Foundation Community Futures Grants worth $25,000 are available to young persons (35 years or under) residing in a rural area and working with a community organisation to address a rural or regional issue.
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