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Labor’s plan to axe payroll tax reform is bad for business says Hunter Business...

Labor’s plan to axe the lifting of the payroll tax threshold will penalise hundreds of small businesses in the Hunter region and discourage employers from putting on new staff, Hunter Business Chamber...

New TV campaign highlights the benefits of mining

Mining is good for jobs, good for communities and good for NSW. That’s the key message of a new media campaign launched at the weekend by the NSW Minerals Council to highlight the tens...

Trendy new surf shop opens in Belmont

The wait is over - Belmont’s newest and trendiest retail store, ‘Oceanfire Surf’, opens its doors today, Thursday, August 2 at 9am. Late yesterday afternoon, Lincoln and Kylie Robards, and several good helpers, were working...

Light rail project bites hard on business

A wander through the streets of Inner Newcastle a week or so back brought home the dire consequences of the light rail project on the business operators in the area. It is patently obvious that...

Lake Mac Business Excellence Awards

Lake Macquarie City Council is proud to sponsor the Excellence in Sustainability Award and recognise and promote local businesses that have adopted innovative environmental sustainability practices. Council’s Manager Sustainability, Alice Howe said Council supports local...

Hop on the Business Bus

The NSW Government's Business Bus is visiting Warners Bay Village Shopping Centre next Monday, February 12 between 9am-3pm to provide specialist advice to small business owners looking to become more productive and profitable. Small business...

Curves women give gifts of love

The generosity of the people in the Lake Macquarie/Newcastle region knows no bounds. LakeMacToday has been inundated with good samaritan stories this Christmas, and Curves at Charlestown is one of those wonderful charitable organisations who...

Council E2E program launching more new careers

Lake Macquarie City Council is increasing its commitment to workplace training and professional development by expanding employment opportunities in trainee, apprentice and cadet roles. Council’s Education to Employment (E2E) program is a workforce initiative that...

Concern as car parking moves into the suburbs

Residents of Charlestown have expressed concern over car parking in the suburb. Charlestown’s business district has built up considerably over the past 12 years with many dwellings being used as offices. This is great for the...

Easier to do business in Lake Mac

Lake Macquarie City Council’s new partnership with the NSW Government makes it a whole lot easier to set up a cafe, restaurant or small bar in Lake Mac. Council’s Manager Organisational Performance, Laura Kendall, said...
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