Entries Close Monday 21st September
Businesses, public and not-for-profit organisations, together with the 13 local councils of the Northern Inland NSW region are being urged to submit entries for the 8th annual Regional Development Australia Northern Inland (RDANI) Innovation Awards.
Simply go to the Awards’ website: www.niia.com.au to enter or find out more information. Entries close on Monday 21st, September.”
Each year the gala Northern Inland Innovation Awards dinner and presentation evening is held in a different local government area within the region. In 2015, these Regional Awards will be presented at the Glen Innes Services Club on Friday, 20 November. Book your tickets through the website now.
The NIIA Categories are: Agriculture / Horticulture and associated services; Health, Aged Care and Disability Services; Retail, Tourism & Leisure; Professional and Government services; Manufacturing and Engineering; and Research and Education.
“Health and Aged Care and Disability Services” is a new category this year. Prime Super is proud to sponsor the new Health and Aged Care and Disability Services Award in the Northern Inland Innovation Awards. Businesses, public and not-for-profit organisations in the Northern Inland region are being urged to submit entries for the Award.
Annette Mackay, Prime Super’s new Regional Manager based in Tamworth, said that, “Prime Super is keen to encourage innovative programs and new ways of thinking and providing services in the health sector. The rapidly ageing Australian population provides unique challenges for the health and aged care industry – not only are there financial and reform challenges, there are also workforce issues. It is for these reasons that Prime Super is pleased to actively support pro-active efforts designed to help providers and their clients.”
RDANI gratefully acknowledges the support of the other major sponsors of the Innovation Awards: the University of New England, Local Land Services Northern Tablelands, Best Employment and Telstra Shop Inverell.
For further information, go to www.niia.com.au or call 02 6771 0700.