The State Budget reflects an overall ongoing State Government commitment to the Regional Development Fund (RDF) of $105 million through until 2020/21.
News releases - Geoff Brock
Young trainees from the Limestone Coast will today attend their first induction as part of the State Government’s $4 million Regional Youth Traineeship Program.
South Australia’s only broccolini grower is expanding its facilities, increasing production and creating five new jobs with support from a $40,000 State Government grant.
Young trainees from the Adelaide Hills, Fleurieu Peninsula and Kangaroo Island will today attend their first induction as part of the State Government’s $4 million Regional Youth Traineeship Program.
A new canteen at the Upper North Regional Sports Stadium supported by a $20,000 State Government Fund My Idea grant is being opened tonight by Regional Development Minister Geoff Brock.
Local Government Minister, Geoff Brock today announced the appointment of Mr Dave Burgess to the South Australian Local Government Grants Commission for a three year term.
Voting is now open for the Fund My Idea program to provide $50,000 for community projects following the recent Country Cabinet meeting in Port Pirie, Yorke Peninsula and the Mid North.
The new Costa Brothers Hullers and Shellers almond cracking facility has officially opened in Swan Reach today, with the facility boasting new water management and recycling capabilities.
Regional Development Minister Geoff Brock is today opening a new helipad at the Mannum District Hospital.
Innovators and regional leaders will come together in Clare later this month to explore the changing nature of the regional workforce at the third annual Regional Summit.
The State Government has committed to investing more than $47 million over the next 10 years to extend the Community Wastewater Management System (CWMS) Funding Agreement to support the installation of essential infrastructure in regional towns.
An historic Flinders Ranges township will receive a major tourism boost with support from a $63,000 State Government Upper Spencer Gulf and Outback Futures grant.