• Hannah Phillips

Deputy PM talks about More Migrants for Small Towns

In a forum by the Regional Australia Institute in Partnership with the National Rural Press Club Deputy Prime Minister Michael McCormack has talked about community-led migration projects growing the rural workforce and revitalising rural towns.

The forum was held in the House of Representatives Alcove last week in Parliament House.

It also heard from Jack Archer the CEO of the Regional Australia Institute, Emmanuel Musoni CEO GLAPInt and Piggery owner Tom Smith.

The forum was supported by the Scanlon Foundation.

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