Regional Australia Institute's report on small towns gives F for health, education services

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Updated December 8 2017 - 7:53am, first published December 7 2017 - 10:30am
Regional Australia Institute CEO Jack Archer believes regional towns can prosper if access to professional services are improved. Photo: CONTRIBUTED
Regional Australia Institute CEO Jack Archer believes regional towns can prosper if access to professional services are improved. Photo: CONTRIBUTED

Small towns in western NSW have to work with governments to determine how to overcome shortages in health care and education, revealed in a report released on Thursday.

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Mark Rayner

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