Future role and contribution of regional capitals to Australia

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On 11 February 2015, the Senate moved that the following matters be referred to the Senate Rural and Regional Affairs and Transport References Committee for inquiry and report by 1 December 2015.

Future role and contribution of regional capitals to Australia.

Submissions should be received by 30 April 2015. The reporting date is 1 December 2015. On 12 November 2015, the Senate granted an extension of time for reporting until 12 May 2016.

Note: the terms of reference do not define ‘regional capitals’. The committee is interested in receiving submissions not just from representatives of regional capitals, but also from other towns and cities who have relevant views to express about the current and future role of regional capitals . Any person, organisation, town or city may contribute to the inquiry through making a submission by 30 April 2015.

Committee Secretariat contact:

Committee Secretary
Senate Standing Committees on Rural and Regional Affairs and Transport
PO Box 6100
Parliament House
Canberra ACT 2600

Phone: +61 2 6277 3511
Fax: +61 2 6277 5811
rrat.sen@aph.gov.au

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About this inquiry

An inquiry into the future role and contribution of regional capitals to Australia.

Past Public Hearings

04 Mar 2016: Canberra, ACT
16 Feb 2016: South Townsville, QLD
28 Oct 2015: Geraldton, WA

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Inquiry Status

Inquiry lapsed

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