Small Towns, Big Problems

As we go further into the information age there seems to be more and more Regional town residents are making the move to the big cities. As a result areas like regional Victoria contribute less per hour of labour to the Australia’s economy compared to any other place in the country because of dwindling population. We were joined by Brendon Coates, Australian Perspectives Fellow at the Grattan Institute to discuss how regional towns can continue and thrive in 2018.

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