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LATEST NEWS

 

Trust consider impact of State Government investment in the Pilbara

The Western Australian Regional Development Trust (the Trust) visited the Pilbara on Friday to experience first-hand the impacts of Royalties for Regions investments and understand local government and community priorities. Chair of the Trust, Tim Shanahan, said such visits provided an essential insight into the contribution regional development was making towards securing the future of WA, promoting both economic and community development

 

New art enterprise led by community

Cheeditha artists showcased their skills in fusing, shaping and forming glass into wearable and decorative works of art for the Minister for Regional Development on a visit to their art studio last week. Since installation of a new kiln in December, the Cheeditha Art Group now has eight practicing glass artists who have created more than 60 distinctive pieces for sale at markets and local retail outlets. 

PROJECTS IN FOCUS

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A YEAR IN REVIEW
Click here to read the 2015/16 Progress Report, a glimpse into the work undertaken by the Commission in collaboration with our partners.

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AUSTRALIA'S FAVOURITE DOG RETURNS
The legend is back with the premiere of Red Dog: True Blue shared with communities across the Pilbara at special pre-release screenings.

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NEW CENTRE DELIVERS TRAINING IN PILBARA
The Electrical Instrumentation Centre of Specialisation opened in Karratha in December, providing more training options for locals.

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