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COVID-19 (Coronavirus) Information and Resources for Business

**Last updated 16 June 2021 Latest News COVID-19 Border Arrangements in South Australia Travelling to SA A new graduated system for travellers entering South Australia has been developed. The Cross-Border Direction—General introduces six levels of requirements, restrictions or prohibitions, appropriate to the levels of risks associated with locations for people arriving in the State or…

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Latest News

Alan Richardson Reappointed as Deputy Chair

June 2, 2021

Evan Flint, Chair of Regional Development Australia Limestone Coast (RDALC) has announced Alan Richardson will continue in his role as…

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Successful Grant Applications Workshop

May 10, 2021

Limestone Coast businesses are invited to join our upcoming capacity building workshop. This workshop has been specifically designed to help…

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Visitor Economy Workshop

April 14, 2021

Resetting your marketing in a changing business landscape Local businesses in the hospitality, tourism and retail sectors are invited to…

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“Expert Connection” program supporting Small Businesses owners to fast track COVID recovery

April 9, 2021

Small businesses across the Limestone Coast are now engaging professional services free of charge through Regional Development Australia Limestone Coast’s…

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“Circular Economy” model to be delivered through Green Industries SA and Regional Development partnership

March 12, 2021

Regional Development Australia Limestone Coast (RDALC) and RDA Murraylands and Riverland (RDAMR) have joined with state government body Green Industries…

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New State Government program to support job seekers and employers in Limestone Coast

February 26, 2021

The Regional Development Australia network across South Australia is working in partnership with the Government of South Australia to help…

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Acknowledgement of Country

Regional Development Australia Limestone Coast acknowledges and respects the traditional owners of the ancestral lands of the Limestone Coast. We acknowledge elders past and present and we respect the deep feelings of attachment and relationship of Aboriginal peoples to country.