A regional NSW health care provider, that developed a wearable sensor to measure patients’ vital signs, has been named the overall champion in the nbn and Regional Australia Institute (RAI) 2023 Innovate with nbn Grant Program overnight.
Trialling a ‘gap year connector’ program, extending the Aged Pension’s work bonus measure and supporting local migrant resettlement strategies are among some of the recommendations to come out of the latest report from the RAI.
The CEOs of some of the country’s most influential peak bodies have met with three government ministers in Canberra today, to help set the National Alliance for Regionalisation’s key goals for the coming year.
The Regional Australia Institute (RAI) has endorsed a new report released today, which has highlighted the vast inequities regional families face in accessing early childhood education and care.
The Regional Australia Institute (RAI) will host the NSW component of its national event series, Regions Rising, in Orange on Thursday, 16 November 2023.
Regional New South Wales has overtaken regional Queensland and claimed the title of being the most desirable location for metropolitan movers, according to the September 2023 quarter Regional Movers Index (RMI), released today.
The Regional Australia Institute (RAI) and Commonwealth Bank (CBA) will release data on Wednesday, 1 November 2023, shining the spotlight on where people are moving around regional Australia.
National Cabinet’s sign-off of the National Skills Agreement (NSA) signals new possibilities for the career pathways of regional Australians, according to Regional Australia Institute (RAI) CEO Liz Ritchie.
Mass migration to the regions in recent years has seen an unprecedented jobs boom in our country areas, with tens of thousands of compelling jobs on offer in regional Australia, equating to more than $1.7 billion in untapped wages.
Launched by Elders CEO Mark Allison at the RAI’s Regions Rising National Summit – Shifting our Gaze in Canberra today, the Elders Community Giving Project will provide grants of up to $20,000 for grassroots projects.
Housing and the shortage of workers are the two targets called out by the Regional Australia Institute (RAI) as hampering the advancement of the regions, following the launch of the first progress report.
We all know the only certainty in life is change. Change is inevitable but transformation is a conscious choice. Transformation requires choice.
The Regional Australia Institute (RAI) is backing a proposal to see regional, rural and remote Australia assured an equitable distribution of the Federal Government’s $10 billion housing fund.
A surge of millennials leaving Australia’s capital cities for country communities is helping drive a regional renaissance, new research from the Regional Australia Institute (RAI) has found.
The Regional Australia Institute (RAI) will release its latest research report, Big Movers 2023, Regional Renaissance: A rise in migration to regional Australia, on Monday.
The Regional Australia Institute (RAI) is pleased to again be a partner of the transformative Innovate with nbn® grant program.
The release today of the 2023 Intergenerational Report (IGR) highlights how critical regional Australia is to the nation’s future over the next four decades.
The Regional Australia Institute (RAI), in partnership with industry bodies, business and government, is calling on city-dwellers working in the building and construction sector to consider a life beyond city-limits.
The Regional Australia Institute (RAI) has welcomed a new partnership with Elders Limited to advance the RAI’s goal to ‘rebalance the nation’ and create a more equitable future for the 9.5 million Australians who live outside city bounds.
City dwellers are continuing to escape the hustle and bustle of metropolitan living, with the latest Regional Movers Index (RMI) for the June 2023 quarter showing migration flows to regional areas are up more than 16 per cent.
The Regional Australia Institute (RAI) and Commonwealth Bank (CBA) will release data on Monday 31 July, shining the spotlight on where people are moving around regional Australia.
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