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Prime Focus is the Queensland Rural and Industry Development Authority's newsletter. The publication provides an informative source that keeps you up-to-date about current issues and program information as well how you, your enterprise and your customers can ultimately benefit from the QRIDA's services.


Read the current edition

The May 2020 edition of Prime Focus is now available. Read about:

  • How a COVID-19 Jobs Support Loan has helped a fourth-generation family business continue their legacy in Charters Towers.
  • CEO, Cameron MacMillan's update on the challenges Queenslanders have faced in 2020.
  • How South West Queensland sheep producer Billy Carson used QRIDA's Farm Business Analysis Assistance to help validate the future of his primary production enterprise.
  • QRIDA's Restocking, Replanting and On-farm Infrastructure Grants and how they can help primary producers restore paddocks and repair roads damaged by the 2019 Monsoon Trough.
  • Meet QRIDA's new Regional Area Manager for the North West and Gulf, Phillipa Gilmore.

Download a copy of the May 2020 edition of Prime Focus here (PDF 7.3MB)


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Last updated
28 August 2020