4.5 million Australians live in Australia’s 31 small cities. Every additional 100,000 Australians who choose […]
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Independent and informed by both research and ongoing dialogue with the community, the Regional Australia Institute develops policy and advocates for change to build a stronger economy and a better quality of life in regional Australia – for the benefit of all Australians.
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RAI’s Pathfinder Initiative provides communities with a clear vision of what is driving change and a plan of action to realise their region’s potential.
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A video message of support, recorded by the Deputy Prime Minister, Minister for Infrastructure & […]
Independent and informed by both research and ongoing dialogue with the community, the Regional Australia […]