Senator Fiona Nash, Minister for Regional Development, Local Government and Territories and Regional Communications in the Coalition Government gave an address at the National Press Club titled ‘Investing in the future of the regions’. A report will be in the next issue of Inside Canberra due out on Friday. One of the main themes of […]
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