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'You don't want to be a check-out chick all your life': the out-migration of young people from Australia's small rural towns

  • Year: 2004
  • Author: Alston, Margaret
  • Journal Name: Australian Journal of Social Issues
  • Journal Number: Vol.39, No.3
  • Country: Australia

Globalisation and changes in agribulture have resulted in major social changes in inland Australia. Depopulation of the inland has led many to speculate on the future of rural towns and rural people. This paper will examine population drifts from country towns to cities and from the inland to the coastal regions and, in particular, the out-migrat ....

ABS Retail Statistics

  • Year: Various
  • Author: Australian Bureau of Statistics
  • Country: Australia
  • State/Region: All

Includes data over various years on food retailing, motor vehicle sales, personal and household goods, retail commodities, and retail turnover. Report Locationhttp://www.abs.gov.au/ausstats/[email protected]/ViewContent?readform&view=ProductsbyTopic&Action=Expand&Num=3.14 ....

Action plan to foster growth in food and wine industries

  • Year: 2013
  • Journal Name: Premium Food and Wine From Our Clean Environment News
  • Journal Number: November 2013
  • Publisher: Primary Industries and Regions South Australia
  • Published Location: Adelaide
  • Country: Australia
  • State/Region: South Australia

Food and wine are pivotal to South Australia’s prosperity and central to its identity. Recognising that, an action plan to develop and expand South Australia’s food and wine industry locally, interstate and in key overseas markets has been released.  The plan provides a blueprint to further build, grow and secure our food and wine ....

Empty shops in Australian regional towns as an index of rural wellbeing

  • Year: 2011
  • Author: Burns, Edgar Alan; Willis, Evan
  • Journal Name: Rural Society
  • Journal Number: Vol. 21, No. 1
  • Country: Australia

The regional catchment area of an Australian regional university city provided the basis for an exploratory research project generating an index of wellbeing of rural towns. The project used the residential locations of first-year sociology students to investigate several dozen rural town communities each year in three successive y ....

Greater Capital Region Strategy: Part 2 skills and training gaps strategy

  • Year: 2013
  • Author: Acill Allen Consulting
  • Publisher: RDA ACT

ACIL Allen Consulting (ACIL Allen) was commissioned by Regional Development Australia (RDA) ACT to develop a skills and training gaps strategy for the Greater Capital Region based on the results of several skills audit reports. ACIL Allen has synthesised the findings of the separate skills audits in order to develop a comprehensive profile of sk ....

Prospects and Challenges for the Hunter: A strategic economic study

  • Year: 2013
  • Author: Deloitte Access Economics
  • Publisher: RDA Hunter
  • Country: Australia
  • State/Region: New South Wales

The Hunter is Australia’s largest regional area, encompassing 11 Local Government Areas and the nation’s seventh largest city, Newcastle. In many ways, the Hunter can be considered as a microcosm of the national economy, with significant exposure to resources, agriculture, energy production, defence and service industry bases, and a large urb ....

Supermarket Own Brands, Supply Chains and the Transformation of the Agri-food System

  • Year: 2005
  • Author: Burch, David; Lawrence, Geoffrey
  • Journal Name: International Journal of Sociology of Agriculture and Food
  • Journal Number: Vol.13, No,1
  • Country: United Kingdom

The growth in consumption of supermarket 'own brand' food lines is having a significant impact on the organization and management of agri-food supply chains. In past decades, first-generation supermarket own brands were usually produced by established processing companies, which simply put a supermarket label on food lines already being marketed ....

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