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

Regional Development Australia Limestone Coast (RDALC) and RDA Murraylands and Riverland (RDAMR) have joined with state government body Green Industries SA (GISA) to drive the creation of a “Circular Economy” blueprint for the two Eastern regions. A Circular Economy aims to dramatically reduce waste and pollution by reducing the consumption of finite resources, re-using products…

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

The Regional Development Australia network across South Australia is working in partnership with the Government of South Australia to help deliver its $4.45 million investment in matching jobs with job seekers. Through this new initiative, Regional Development Australia Limestone Coast (RDALC) is actively working on-the-ground to connect the right people with the right jobs in…

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RDALC Welcomes Evan Flint as New Chair

The Hon. Nola Marino MP and Regional Development Australia Limestone Coast (RDALC) welcome Mr Evan Flint to the position of Chair of the RDALC Board, which he will hold until to 30 June 2025. “Mr Flint will lead RDALC under a refreshed Charter that focuses their role on driving investment and local procurement opportunities and…

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Are You an Employer with a Current Vacancy?

With COVID-19 impacting on the ability of our primary industries to secure workers and with the tourism and hospitality sector struggling filling roles in our region, Regional Development Australia Limestone Coast (RDALC) have partnered with the State Government on the Regional Work SA – Real Work, Real Experience initiative to bring workers and employers together to support…

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New Year, New Job?

Interested in joining a great team? We are hiring! Regional Development Australia Limestone Coast (RDALC) is partnering with the State Government on a new regionalwork program that will help meet the needs of our seasonal and regional employers. The program will provide on the ground advisory and coordination services to link employment opportunities and jobseekers.…

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Join the RDALC Board

Applications are invited for Deputy Chair and Board Member positions Make a difference in your region   Would you like to give back to your community? Are you interested in leading or contributing to a Board of motivated locals who will focus on driving economic development in our region? Regional Development Australia Limestone Coast (RDALC)…

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Building Better Regions Fund Round 5

The Australian government has announced $200M ($100M for tourism related infrastructure projects) as Round 5 of the Building Better Regions Fund (BBRF) to support the creation of jobs, drive economic growth and build stronger regional communities into the future. The funding aims to encourage more Australians to travel and experience a home-grown holiday, boosting regional…

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Bioenergy Connect

About the Bioenergy Roadmap In 2015 the South Australian Government undertook a Biooenergy Roadmap for the State. It outlines the opportunity biomass presents to businesses to achieve economic growth. While the industry was worth approximately $0.5B to Australia at the time of the study, the potential for significant growth was considered high. Bioenergy can reduce…

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Rail could save more than $15m a year in local freight costs

Reinstatement of a freight rail service between Mount Gambier and Heywood could benefit local business by as much as $15.6 million annually according to a report released today by Regional Development Australia Limestone Coast (RDALC). Commissioned by RDALC, the report was undertaken by CSIRO which used modelling to map the region’s freight task and supply…

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