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Thinking Differently Summit – making a difference

Posted on 5 Dec 2018 in Business and industry, News, Workshops and Courses, Young People

RDA Northern Rivers was a collaborative partner for the Thinking Differently Summit, initiated by NSW Business Chamber – Northern Rivers and held in Ballina. This successful event brought together 140 of the regions business leaders to take a design thinking approach to growing jobs for our local young people and growing business innovation. The Summit was led by keynote speaker Mark McCrindle. Mark is a social analyst with an...

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Investors Keen to Discover Northern Rivers’ Big Ideas

Posted on 16 Oct 2018 in Agriculture, Forestry, Fishing, Business and industry, Government news, News, RDA-NR, Workshops and Courses

Sarah Nolet, CEO, Agthentic is a globally recognised food systems innovation expert and will be presenting a two-hour workshop to local food and ag tech businesses at the Bangalow Bowling Club, Friday 26 October 2018. The workshop will begin at 9:30 am with presentations from Kylee Ingram of Founders Northern Rivers and Jobs for NSW’s Chris Celovic. Chris will share his thoughts on developing successful regional models for food and ag tech...

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Events in Lismore, Kyogle, Ballina and Byron for NSW Small Business Month

Posted on 3 Oct 2018 in Business and industry, Government news, Local Government, News, Workshops and Courses

October is Small Business Month and the NSW Government is supporting events in locations across the state and online. In the Northern Rivers free workshops and events are being held in Lismore, Kyogle, Ballina and Byron Bay. Lightbulb Moments – 5:30pm at the Kyogle Bowling Club, Tuesday 9 October 2018 Kyogle Council and Lismore City Council have partnered to deliver a program of activities for Small Business Month with expert business...

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News from our regional councils

Posted on 24 Apr 2018 in Environment, Health, Aged Care and Disability, Local Government, News, Workshops and Courses

Clarence Valley Council Program to protect koalas and coastal emus – A $100,000 program that aims to boost numbers of koalas and coastal emus in the Clarence Valley has received the green light. Clarence Valley Council has formally accepted a grant from the NSW Environment Trust to run an extensive education and community engagement program aimed at helping landowners to develop methods to protect and enhance habitat for koalas and the...

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Last modified: 27 February 2018 at 4:39 pm