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The concept of providing targeted assistance to attract investment to regional areas is not new.Governments at all levels have used, and continue to use, a range of financial and other measuresto do just that. However, a recent proposal to establish enterprise zones goes much further.Preferential...
The project examines and identifies the factors contributing to strong and sustainable regional capitals and regions. In particular the aim of the project is to explore the impact that good governance and effective leadership by local government can have on growing regional Australia.
The Blueprint was launched in May 2006 by the NSW Farmers Association along with 18 other organisations. It is a simplified summary of key issues to address and major actions to take that the Rural Mental Health Network considers necessary to ease a 'mental health...
Whilst steps have been taken by the Federal Government to address the needs of regional Australia, the Final Report of the Regional Summit Steering Committee shows that the regional agenda is far from complete. Much more remains to be done. It is also clear from...
In early 2003 the Federal Government will receive a major report on regional business performance and impediments to employment and enterprise growth in regional Australia. This is a major opportunity to draw together into an integrated plan for the regions the key drivers for regional...
This Working Paper examines the findings, recommendations and outcomes of nine major national and state inquiries into local government over the period 2001-08, and identifies eight elements of an ongoing agenda for reform and improvement.