RDA Hume News
Calling for applications to Chair RDA Committees13/08/2021
Applications are now open for Chair positions for the six Regional Development Australia (RDA) Committees across Victoria.
Defence Prospectus highlights business opportunities02/06/2021
A new Defence Prospectus that highlights the importance of the sector to the Hume Region and the many opportunities for businesses to work with Defence.
Building Better Regions (BBRF) Round 5 - Guidelines now available11/01/2021
Funding to improve community capabilities and projects that provide economic and social benefits to regional and remote areas
Calling for leaders to help drive economic development08/01/2021
The RDA Hume Committee (RDA Hume) is calling for leaders within the Hume Region to help drive economic development.
RDA Hume welcomes more Commonwealth investment in regions10/11/2020
The Regional Development Australia (RDA) Hume committee welcomes the Commonwealth Government’s renewed commitment to the RDA Network and regional economic recovery.
Update from the Chair, RDA Hume Committee12/10/2020
Regional Development Australia Hume's newly-appointed committee of business and community leaders will provide much needed support to enable the region to respond to the coronavirus pandemic.
RDA Hume Committee provides vital support to region during coronavirus06/07/2020
Regional Development Australia Hume’s newly-appointed committee of business and community leaders will provide much needed support to enable the region to respond to the coronavirus pandemic.
$130 billion JobKeeper payment to keep Australians in a job01/04/2020
The Australian Government will provide a historic wage subsidy to around 6 million workers who will receive a flat payment of $1,500 per fortnight through their employer, before tax.
National Bushfire Recovery Agency formed15/01/2020
The Federal Government has announced the formation of the National Bushfire Recovery Agency.
$5 million in Grants a Boost for Hume Region12/03/2019
RDA Hume has congratulated local organisations and councils who will share in $5 million of grant funding thanks to the latest round of the Australian Government’s Building Better Regions Fund.