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A University of Queensland team is studying local farm and small business structures to develop business strategies and policy for the RAPAD region. This is a collaborative project with The University of Queensland to study local business structures
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Individuals, families, farms and communities in the Central Western Qld drought-affected regions can access a range of national, state and local drought support services.
Sustainable new industries, more jobs and a more robust economy in the central west is within closer reach with the Queensland Government’s investment of $300 000 towards the RAPAD initiative to develop a Renewable Energy Hub in Barcaldine.
RAPAD projects and advocacy is making a difference to the people, communities and businesses of our region.
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