Australia’s history is rich with stories of immigrants coming to regional Australia seeking a better life.
Earlier this month, RDA Southern Inland and Southern Harvest hosted the Australian Capital Region premiere of Fair Food, Australia’s first feature length documentary that tells the story of our farmers, social entrepreneurs and communities pioneering new approaches to food production, marketing and distribution.
What a buzz there was at the Southern Harvest Farmers Market on Sunday! The Farmers Market joined forces with The Market @ Bungendore at the Memorial Hall and regional producers and customers alike had a great day out.
Two new grant opportunities from the Foundation for Rural and Regional Renewal (FRRR) have been released and communities in Southern Inland NSW could benefit.
Capital Region Digital Enterprise (CRDE) workshops for businesses and community groups are coming back to Cooma in March, with E-commerce, Facebook and Email Marketing sessions now available for registration.
The commitment of $123.35 million to secure more major events and boost visitor expenditure by an estimated $481 million will have a flow on effect for Inland NSW and regional tourism with the potential to make a positive impact throughout NSW and beyond the estimated $481 million in visitor expenditure.
Wednesday 11 February 2015
2015 is gearing up to be an exciting year for the Cooma Universities Centre (CUC) with applications flooding in for the two face-to-face degrees being offered at the centre this year.
The following article appeared in The Bungendore Mirror on 28 January 2015. If you would like to view the articles on The Bungendore Mirror website, click here.
Want to promote your business at the Fine Food Australia trade show? NSW Trade & Investment are again subsidising a "Flavours of NSW" stand at Fine Foods trade show in September 2015. Sixteen Regional companies will have the opportunity to apply to participate.