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Mumpreneur a national winner

PARKERVILE writer and busy mum of three, Jay Crisp Crow has been crowned a winner in the 2016 Brilliant Biz Mum Awards. The awards are the brainchild of Motivating Mum, an Australian networking group for mums in business. Ms Crisp ...

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A focus on business before state election

BOTH sides of politics have set their sights firmly on small business operators as next year’s State elections looms. Opposition leader Mark McGowan was in Malaga talking about the Labor party’s Plan for Jobs, which he says will create thousands ...

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Third win for Kalamunda hair salon

JULIE Jeffery from Pierrot’s Hair Studios in Kalamunda and Mt Lawley has won the 2016 WA-NT State Salon Business of the Year at the Australian Hair Industry Awards for the third year in a row. Ms Jeffery, who can be ...

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Seanne’s recipe for success

A passionate home gardener and cook has turned her flair for food into an award-winning business, taking out three first places in a national competition that recognises the best chilli products in Australia. Seanne Davis’s Sublime Spices range was initially ...

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Consumer laws are under review

EASTERN suburbs consumers and businesses are being urged to take part in a national review of the Australian Consumer Law. An issues paper has been released for the review, which is being carried out by consumer protection agencies through Consumer ...

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Hazelmere on business series agenda

CONCERNS about the City of Swan not supporting local businesses enough was one of the topics raised at a sundowner held to promote the Swan Chamber of Commerce’s upcoming four-part business series. McDowall Affleck general manager Stephen Connell said the ...

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Digital forum in Malaga

THE Malaga and Districts Business Association is holding a digital forum to present a strategy paper on establishing a digital hub in Malaga. Association chief executive officer Clive Haddow said at the forum businesses would be able to give feedback ...

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Enjoy vintage weekend in the valley

FOR A Vintage Weekend in the Swan Valley this weekend the 3 Small Wineries Poker Run organised by Ugly Duckling Wines, Tyler’s Vineyard and Entopia Wines will allow guests to explore Swan Valley’s boutique wineries while trying their luck at ...

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Asian fruit a new industry

PERTH Hills, Gidgegannup and York growers are producing a popular Asian fruit, which can be eaten fresh, dried or processed and used in confectionery such as breads, cake, candy, compote and jam. Called jujubes or Chinese dates the small apple-like ...

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