FRRR recognises strain of disasters, COVID with funding boost

Sally Gall
Updated November 11 2021 - 4:48pm, first published 4:00pm
Leanne Brosnan, Secretary Thallon Progress Association and Liz Hill, Thallon Progress Association, Thallon Community Services, Thallon Daymar QCWA. Photo taken by Agi Davis, in documenting the impact that FRRR-backed projects have had in the small town in the Balonne Shire.
Leanne Brosnan, Secretary Thallon Progress Association and Liz Hill, Thallon Progress Association, Thallon Community Services, Thallon Daymar QCWA. Photo taken by Agi Davis, in documenting the impact that FRRR-backed projects have had in the small town in the Balonne Shire.

The Foundation for Rural and Regional Renewal has significantly increased its year-on-year grant making to communities in regional Australia, in recognition of the challenges being posed by natural disasters and COVID-19 alike.

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Sally Gall

Sally Gall

Senior journalist - Queensland Country Life/North Queensland Register

Based at Blackall, CW Qld, where I've raised a family, run Merino sheep and beef cattle, and helped develop a region - its history, tourism, education and communications. Get in touch at 0427 575 955 if you've got a story idea for me.

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