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FINANCIAL and digital literacy are crucial for small business success says WA Small Business Commissioner David Eaton who spoke to Kalamunda business owners last week. Mr Eaton, also responsible for the day-to-day operations of the Small Business Development Corporation, said ...

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Business benefits from festival fun

Midland will once again host Fringe World as the Midland Junction Arts Centre and surrounds transforms into Midlandia, which last year injected over $72,000 into the local economy according to the City of Swan. Now in its third year, Midlandia ...

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Chelsea Decor lights up

CHELSEA Decor in Kalamunda has taken out the trophy in this year’s Kalamunda Christmas Lights Competition. Organiser Sara Colombini from the Clip Joint said more than 60 businesses participated in the competition and Kalamunda was starting to feel festive. “Not ...

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Award for staffing agency

A COMPANY with clients in the Midland and Bassendean and surrounding areas, which also employs many carers and nursing assistants from the Midland area, was recently announced as the only WA healthcare staffing agency in the SEEK Annual Recruitment Awards ...

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Business hits the spot

By Sarah Brookes SIX months after opening their doors, the duo behind a sustainable food business have won two awards, including top honours at the Mundaring Chamber of Commerce Business Excellence Awards. Wasteless Pantry owners Jeannie Richardson and Amanda Welschbillig said ...

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Showcasing exceptional businesses

Eighteen businesses in the Shire of Kalamunda will vie for top honours at a business awards dinner next weekend. For the past nine years, The Kalamunda Chamber Business Excellence Awards have acknowledged and rewarded the outstanding businesses within the shire. ...

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Focus on contaminants

By Anita McInnes MALAGA & Districts Business Association says it has heard second-hand the suggestion that there has been some contamination by industry of watercourses in the area. But the association’s president Frank Stachowicz said news that the City of ...

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Swan Valley produce in export push

SWAN Valley wines and spirits have performed well in Hong Kong during a trade fair and international competion. In the International Wine and Spirit Competition, Henley Brook company Australian Distilling collected a range of medals including gold for its 18+27 ...

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Salon staff finalists in awards

THREE hairdressers from Salon Allure in Stoneville will be going head to head this weekend vying to take out top honours in the category of outstanding customer service as part of the Mundaring Chamber of Commerce’s Business Awards. Salon Allure ...

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Developing the old Midland Saleyards

The former Midland Saleyards site, on the corner of Clayton and Lloyd streets, will be transformed into a new light industrial, retail and commercial space, following a successful bid by Aigle Royal Property (ARP) to redevelop the 14.7 hectare site. ...

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