Employment and business opportunities is driving record levels of movement between major cities and regional areas, the March quarter Regional Movers Index shows.
The Regional Australia Institute (RAI) and Commonwealth Bank (CBA) will release data this Wednesday 31 May 2023, shining the spotlight on where people are moving to around regional Australia.
The Regional Australia Council, a cohort of Australia’s largest private sector employers, met at Parliament House Canberra this week with regional jobs and the nation’s energy transition top of the agenda.
Regional job advertisements grew three times faster than in metropolitan Australia at the end of 2022, with demand for doctors and nurses skyrocketing, according to new research by the Regional Australia Institute (RAI).
Regional Australia Institute (RAI) CEO, Ms. Liz Ritchie will address the National Press Club in Canberra this Wednesday, 24 May.
Younger Australians optimistic by the extensive job opportunities and fast-tracked career growth regional Australia has to offer
The Regional Australia Institute (RAI) CEO Liz Ritchie has welcomed the establishment of a Regional Investment Framework in tonight’s Federal Budget, answering a call from the RAI for a more holistic and strategic approach to regional growth.
A four-bedroom, two-bathroom house on a one-acre block for $500,000 is but one of the perks of life in Dalby, south-west Queensland, for passionate local government employee Dan Fletcher and his young family.
The Wide Bay Burnett is set to benefit from a network of community leaders determined to work together to address challenges and capitalise on opportunities for the region.
A group of leaders are committed to working together to address challenges across northern Queensland communities, driving opportunities and positive change.
For city-girl-turned-country-fashion-designer Emily Riggs, life on the land near Burra in regional South Australia has unlocked opportunities in fashion she’d never have dreamt possible in the big smoke.
The Regional Australia Institute (RAI) CEO Liz Ritchie will launch the national Regionalisation Roadshow in Stawell this week – helping local leaders of Northern Grampians tackle the issues holding their country towns back.
The RAI Childcare Study, funded by Origin Energy as Upstream Operator of Australia Pacific LNG, focused on accessibility, availability, affordability and quality of childcare.
More than 30 CEOs from the most influential peak bodies in the country have today joined forces in Canberra, for the historic launch of the National Alliance for Regionalisation.
The National Alliance for Regionalisation will be officially launched on Tuesday 21 March 2023 at Parliament House, Canberra.
A new podcast, launched today by the RAI’s Move To More initiative, explores the stories of city dwellers who packed up and are now forging a new life in regional Australia.
The Regional Australia Institute (RAI) has unveiled its bold ambition to ‘rebalance the nation’ at the Regions Rising Event in Bunbury today - and what it means for regional Western Australia (WA).
The Regional Australia Institute (RAI) will hold the first Regions Rising state event for 2023 in Bunbury, WA this week.
Thirteen regional local government areas around the country recorded a jump in net internal migration levels of more than 100 percent through 2022
he leaders are graduates of the Leading Australian Resilient Communities (LARC) program, in which the Northern Rivers is one of 10 regions targeted for the challenges, especially flooding, endured.
The Regional Australia Institute (RAI) and Commonwealth Bank (CBA) will release data this Wednesday 1 March 2023, shining the spotlight on where people are moving to around regional Australia.
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