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Grant Calendar

FRRR strengthens rural, regional & remote communities

FRRR has a number of grants that open at different times of the year. As most of our grants are recurrent they are generally provided during the same periods each year.
Our event calendar allows you to check the current status of each grant to see what is currently available, and the respective opening and closing dates for each program. Unique program guidelines and application forms are provided for each FRRR program. Simply click on the hyperlink from the event calendar below to find out more details about each of the currently available programs, including how to apply.
Friday, 7 August 2015/Author: Kate Schwager/Number of views (0)/Comments (0)/ Article rating: No rating
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Local polocrosse player in stable condition following accident

Local polocrosse player in stable condition following accident

A 17 year old male from Wee Waa was attended to by the Westpac Rescue Helicopter and flown to Newcastle on Sunday following a horse riding accident on a property north east of Narrabri.

He had been competing in a local polocrosse carnival when a high speed collision occurred on the field.

He was immediately attended to by an on-site paramedic and a vet was called to attend to the horse involved.

Three local ambulances attended with the first arriving within 20 minutes of the accident.


 

Monday, 10 August 2015/Author: Kate Schwager/Number of views (0)/Comments (0)/ Article rating: No rating
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Arts North West Funding Opportunity

Arts North West Funding Opportunity

CASP provides small grants to arts and community organisations and local arts councils in regional NSW for short term, locally initiated projects. The aims of the program are to:

  • assist locally determined community cultural activities
  • increase opportunities for regionally-based groups to access a diverse range of arts programs
  • enable communities to explore and express their cultural identities
  • bring social and economic benefits to the community through training, employment and promotional opportunities
  • lead to greater awareness and appreciation of cultural diversity
  • increase the sustainability and resilience of regionally based community arts organisations

You can download the 2016 Guidelines and Application Form in the application pack below. This application form is a PDF document that gives you multiple choice menus for some fields and automatically adds up budget items. It is easier to fill out, and you are less likely to make errors using this form.

Read more: http://regionalartsnsw.com.au/grants/casp/#ixzz3ifdYxIov

 

Thursday, 13 August 2015/Author: Kate Schwager/Number of views (0)/Comments (0)/ Article rating: No rating
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Regional Flagship Events Program

Regional Flagship Events Program

The Regional Flagship Events Program supports the marketing of events that play an important role in bringing visitors to regional NSW. Increased visitation can deliver much-needed tourist dollars to communities and strengthen the regional economy. To be funded under the Regional Flagship Events Program, events must have tourism potential and reflect the character and culture of an area and act as a “flagship” for their region.

Destination NSW provides funding in $10,000 one-off grants or triennial funding of $20,000 per year for three years to event organisers to support the marketing and advertising of events.

Since 1996, the NSW Government has provided more than $5.1 million to support more than 235 events in Regional NSW.
Thursday, 13 August 2015/Author: Kate Schwager/Number of views (0)/Comments (0)/ Article rating: No rating
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Model twins back from Paris, Milan, London

Model twins back from Paris, Milan, London

Former Wee Waa St Joseph’s primary school students, twins Meghan and Alise Murie, have returned home to Warren for a mid year break from their busy life in the international fashion industry.

PROTEGEES: Back from the catwalks of Europe for a while, Alise holding Tilly the puppy, and Meghan Murie with David Pierce in Narrabri. 

Former Wee Waa St Joseph’s primary school students, twins Meghan and Alise Murie, have returned home to Warren for a mid year break from their busy life in the international fashion industry.

The identical twins grew up on Boolcarrol station, near Wee Waa, and are now confidently parading high fashions on the catwalk for some of the world’s top designers.

So far this year the girls have travelled to London, Paris and Milan to feature in fashion shows and magazine shoots.

They also plan to work with agencies in Japan and the US later this year.

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Thursday, 13 August 2015/Author: Kate Schwager/Number of views (0)/Comments (0)/ Article rating: No rating
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