The Deputy Prime Minister and Minister for Infrastructure, Transport and Regional Development, the Hon Michael McCormack MP, has announced the opening of Round Four of the Building Better Regions Fund (BBRF).
Update provided by Katrina Crute. - Last Friday night Garrick and I (along with Phillip & Tenille) represented Wheatbelt Secondary Freight at the WA Regional Achievement & Community Awards where WSF was one of three Finalists in the Dept Loca…
RDA Wheatbelt - The Need for Reform: Aged Care in the Wheatbelt Region. Download the full report
Connecting people with people, opportunities with solutions, ideas with implementation.
The Ballardong Moorditj Yaakiny and Yued Ngala Wele Karla projects are officially "Open for Business"
For more on the RDA Wheatbelt NEDS initiatives please go to http://www.rdawheatbelt.com.au/initiatives/noongar-enterprise-development-support
Congratulations to the 'Wheatbelt Secondary Freight Route' Group with $70 Million Federal Funding Announced.
RDA Wheatbelt congratulates the Wheatbelt BBRF Round 3 recipients
The April 2019 Federal Budget announced funding for Round 4 of the BBRF. When released, information will be available at www.business.gov.au/bbrf
Potential Wheatbelt applicants are advised to contact RDA Wheatbelt for assistance prior to any fu…
RDA Wheatbelt’s research articulates the indisputable importance reliable digital telecommunications has for the Wheatbelt’s ongoing economic development and supporting population growth in the region.
The RDAW 2017 survey responses could be seen as…
The evaluation has shown that the Enterprising Communities program has delivered in terms of outputs and beneficial outcomes and there is a strong impression that it will also deliver positive impacts. The program has been a catalyst in bringing comm…
RDA Wheatbelt Executive Officer, Juliet Grist, presented at the Productivity Commission Telecommunications USO public hearing on the 14th February.
Comments include -
"Regional Development Australia Wheatbelt, a…
RDA Wheatbelt recently prepared a submission to the Productivity Commission for the Issues Paper on the ‘Telecommunications Universal Service Obligation’. RDA Wheatbelt submitted a number of recommendations including, that the scope and objectives of the Universal Service Obligation should be extended to include internet and mobile phone services and that there is a need for continued Government intervention in wholesale pricing and subsidisation of services to the disadvantage sectors of the Wheatbelt population and the business sector. Download the RDA Wheatbelt Telecommunications Submission.