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Cooloola Region

Volunteer Rate
17.4%

Gympie Region

Volunteer Rate
21.8%

Hervey Bay Region

Volunteer Rate
16.4%

Nanango Region

Volunteer Rate
19.1%

Bundaberg Region

Volunteer Rate
14.9%


Local, State and Federal Governments

Latest News on the Community Sector

QLD Minister for Communities and Minister for Disability Services and Seniors

Recent media statements published for Minister for Communities and Minister for Disability Services and Seniors
  • Support Hotline opens for vulnerable Queenslanders in COVID-19 quarantine
  • Million-dollar boost for state’s thriving neighbourhood centres
  • Communities to benefit from social cohesion grant funding
  • More funding to improve financial support for vulnerable Queenslanders
  • Central Plaza centrepiece opens at James Cook University Douglas campus
  • Local builder chosen to construct new Townsville Women’s Centre
  • August to be a month-long celebration of Queensland seniors
  • Work soon to begin on new Thursday Island Community Centre
  • Short film competition to be bigger and B.OLDer in 2020
  • Pop-ups help Hervey Bay seniors with cost of living



ABC Community News

National Rural News

National Rural News is a daily wrap-up on rural news and events from around the country.
  • National Rural News for Friday June 30, 2017
    Dairy industry agrees to code of conduct on how companies treat suppliers; Fine wool growers double their money in bumper season; Weather bureau confirms June rainfall among lowest on record; Vegemite handover delayed by cyber attack; Dieback disease flourishes after summer rain; MDBA outlines priorities to make the most of good conditions.
  • National Rural News for Wednesday June 28, 2017
    Hancock confident of winning approval to send cattle to China within months; GrainGrowers calling for no extra cost for additional satellite data; Brazil ramping up meat inspections in wake of US beef ban; Wheat grower warning on sap sucking bug; Live bait fishers gutted over lifting of imported prawn ban; South Australian artificial shellfish reef attracting international attention.
  • National Rural News for Friday June 23, 2017
    US President promises to make rural America great again; Tassie farmers losing confidence as June remains dry; Dry June attributed to strong high-pressure systems; Ord growers lose review on water cut decision; Bega Cheese capital raising to fund future growth; Rest of Australia, world, outstripping 'clean, green' Tassie in organic production; Woman takes on NZ farm lobby top job.





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