The Regional Australia Institute (RAI) and Commonwealth Bank (CBA) will release data this Thursday 23 June, 2022, revealing the latest population migration trends across the country.
New research released today holds the key to meeting the growing demand for housing in regional towns and cities around the country, according to the Regional Australia Institute (RAI).
RAI CEO Liz Ritchie said regional population growth leaped again in 2020-21 and the first time on record the population of our capital cities actually declined.
The Regional Australia Institute (RAI) has today released a suite of solutions to increase the supply of more affordable and appropriate housing across regional Australia to meet current and future demand.
Net migration to regional areas during 2020 and 2021 is more than double the level in the two years prior to the coronavirus pandemic – despite a 10-percent drop in the number of city-country relocations during the December 2021 quarter.
The Regional Australia Institute’s (RAI) latest job vacancy report shows that regional unemployment has already fallen below four percent – the national target set by the Prime Minister last week.
Australians are increasingly subscribing to the motto, “live where you love.” But what is it that makes a regional town not only liveable, but loveable?
The Regional Australia Institute (RAI) is calling on Australian leaders across society to seize the opportunity created by COVID to shape a truly equitable, sustainable, and prosperous nation.
Lockdowns in Sydney and Melbourne have not stopped the continued increase in overall population flows from capital cities to regions during the September quarter, according to new data released today.
Applications are now open for the 2021 Innovate with nbn™ Grants Program, with $95,000 in total funding up for grabs to support regional and remote businesses drive the development and adoption of their bright ideas.
Australians continue to make the move to regional Australia, with those areas located within a three-hour drive of the capital cities proving most popular, according to new data.
The Regional Australia Institute (RAI) has welcomed the 2021 Australia Infrastructure Plan for putting people and places at the centre of future development thinking.
Population growth hotspots can now be identified faster than ever in Australia, with the release today of a new index developed by the Regional Australia Institute (RAI) in partnership with the Commonwealth Bank of Australia (CBA).
The Regional Australia Institute (RAI) will host Deputy Prime Minister the Hon. Michael McCormack for a pre-budget address, to be broadcast publicly via webinar.
The demand for workers in regional Australia has hit an all-time high, with more than 66,200 jobs available in regional towns and cities across the country, according to the Regional Australia Institute (RAI).
Regional communities wanting to grow now have access to a new resource to help them capitalise on the burgeoning national interest in Australia outside the city limits.
The Regional Australia Institute (RAI) has today unveiled a multi-million-dollar national awareness campaign, encouraging city-dwellers to find their new home in the regions and Move to More.
Good Morning Ladies and Gentlemen.
I’d like to begin by acknowledging the Traditional Owners of this land, the Ngunnawal People – past, present and future.
New research released today by the Regional Australia Institute (RAI) shows one-in-five city residents are looking to move to the regions, with more than half wanting to make the jump within the next 12 months.
The Regional Australia Institute (RAI) will today officially launch the Regional Activators Alliance (RAA) – a new body designed to help create its National Awareness Campaign aimed at driving population to the regions.
Joint media release with NBN Co
Applications are now open for the new Innovate with nbn Grants Program.
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