Flood fund facts offered

ROLLESTON primary producers, business owners and non-profit organisations can discuss financial assistance available for their flood recovery efforts at a QRAA temporary office at the Rolleston Memorial Hall on Thursday, August 11, from 11am to 5pm.

QRAA chief executive Colin Holden said QRAA was actively assisting primary producers, businesses and non-profit organisations following the devastation of the floods on the Rolleston community this year.

“QRAA has approved more than $11 million in disaster recovery assistance to primary producers and businesses in the region since January this year,” Mr Holden said.


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