Regional Development Australia Southern Inland (RDA Southern Inland), with support from Coordinare - South Eastern NSW PHN, is excited to launch a new website for Southern Inland businesses, BusSI (Business Southern Inland).
Regional Development Australia Southern Inland (RDASI) has partnered with Solar my School (SmS) and Wingecarribee Shire Council to facilitate the installation of solar on schools in the Wingecarribee Shire.
Goulburn Connect were delighted to host Peter Strong, CEO of the Council of Small Business Organisations Australia, last Tuesday for their monthly networking event. Goulburn Connect has recently relaunched after a break due to Covid-19 restrictions.
On Friday 24th July 2020, Year 5 and 6 students from Crookwell Public School and Year 8 students from Crookwell High School were treated to a viewing of a wind turbine blade at the Crookwell Showground.
The SISP Southern Inland team are delighted to present the second issue of our CASE Newsletter. Click here to read the newsletter.
Australian farmers have had to battle some extreme conditions in recent years, struggling through one of the worst droughts on record as well as some of the worst bush fires the world has ever seen.
The Australian Government commends the outstanding work of RDA Southern Inland in supporting the response to the COVID-19 pandemic.
The SISP Southern Inland team have begun publishing a fortnightly newsletter for local schools. Click here to read the very first CASE newsletter.
The STEM Industry School Partnership (SISP) program was delighted to receive a $1000 Community Education Grant from Charles Sturt University. The funding will be used to provide a number of schools in the Southern Inland region with Splats.
Regional Development Australia Southern Inland (RDA Southern Inland) was delighted to recently receive a $10,000 grant from Coordinare - South Eastern NSW Primary Health Network, through their Empowering Communities Drought Support Program.
Drought, fires, a potential pandemic and tainted imports have emphasised how fragile our food systems are. By 2050, food consumption demand in our cities will grow by 50%. Our cities need to be smarter if they are to meet future food demands.
At the end of the third financial quarter in 2019 Australia was heading into a retail recession with a stagnated retail sales growth of only 2. 5% for the year until that point.
Once again Regional Development Australia Southern Inland (RDASI) will be holding a “Welcome to the Southern Inland” event thanks to funding through the Department of Home Affair’s, Fostering Integration Program.
Click here to find out about the support available for bushfire victims Regional Development Australia Southern Inland (RDASI) has been deeply saddened to witness the destruction, damage and distress the recent bushfires have caused our community.
Regional Development Australia Southern Inland (RDASI) staff and Committee members ventured to the Wingecarribee region on the 10th and 11th of December, to visit and meet with local businesses and hold its last Committee meeting for 2019.