Digital technology puts DEK in winner’s seat

November 25, 2017 by  

A technologies business in Broadmeadows that concentrates on constructing products that handle an estimated 40% of mobile calls worldwide has received the top honour in the [Read more]

Events galore to mark festival’s 65th year

November 24, 2017 by  

East Perth residents will be close to all the action of the Perth Festival programme when it kicks off in 2018.

The event, which is [Read more]

West Melbourne gets new AirTrunk facility

November 24, 2017 by  

Tech company AirTrunk has launched a new 50 megawatt IT loading facility in West Melbourne.

Following the [Read more]

Kids bake scones to raise money for new playground

November 23, 2017 by  

October was transformed into ‘Sconetober’ for a group of young West Balcatta Primary School students who cooked up batches of scones to raise money for a worthwhile charity.

The first Sconetober morning tea was [Read more]

Top vocalist to lead Christmas Carols in the Park

November 23, 2017 by  

Accomplished international vocalist Samantha Shaw will entertain festive crowds from Mona Vale and throughout the Northern Beaches area at this year’s annual Christmas Carols in [Read more]

Construction underway on $2.4bn Parramatta Square

November 22, 2017 by  

After two decades, work on the $2.4 billion development Parramatta Square has begun.

The initial turning of the sod to mark the start of construction was undertaken recently by representatives of Property NSW, Parramatta Council and the Walker Corporation.

The project, described by Lord Mayor Andrew Wilson as “the largest urban renewal project in the country” will include four towers featuring an estimated 250,000sqm of restaurants, retail, office space, cafes, bars and open space. It is estimated that it will accommodate about 25,000 workers.

The Lord Mayor said the project is going to see everyone look at Parramatta as the “centre of Sydney.”

The project will be kick started with the construction of the 40-storey Tower 4, which has been illustrated on graphic designs for use by 4,000 government staff members from the finance, industry and planning departments as of 2019.

David Borger, of the Sydney Business Chamber Western Sydney, believes Parramatta Square will become the area’s answer to New York’s Rockefeller Centre. He says:

“When I was elected on Parramatta Council in 1995, the first item on my first meeting agenda was this project. It could become the new Town Hall steps of western Sydney.”

It is also expected that Parramatta City Councillors will soon deliberate over a proposed change in the property development agreement that would introduce an option to alter a part of the project from residential use to commercial.

Brisbane set to light up with festive fun and cheer

November 22, 2017 by  

Christmas will be celebrated with a huge programme of events to be enjoyed by all ages in Brisbane this year.

Milton residents are [Read more]

Richmond shows can-do attitude to art

November 21, 2017 by  

Residents of Richmond need not go far to learn the art of making things from resin, as Candu Creative will be holding several workshops on this in [Read more]

Spotlight prowls reveal nightlife in Randwick

November 21, 2017 by  

Residents of Randwick and nearby suburbs are now able to observe what nature normally hides after sundown, thanks to guided Spotlight Prowls held in [Read more]

New GJS warehouse opens in Springvale

November 20, 2017 by  

A new warehouse in Springvale has opened as part of GJS’s strategic move to achieve better product dispatch and delivery times in the local region.

GJS, which has been operational for 39 years, is a supplier that delivers printing products like Beaver Paper, Brother, Epson, Roland, Sawgrass, and Universal Woods. It also supplies a variety of services including promotional products, custom photo gifts, signs and displays, and textiles.

According to Greg Stone, managing director of GJS, the new Springvale warehouse will help to improve product dispatch and delivery efficiency due to the locally stored consumables and equipment. He also added that many of their customers are printing services companies that depend heavily on receiving products and consumables on time, to ensure smooth operation of their businesses. The new warehouse will help to handle common situations in the printing industry today such as rush jobs and last-minute orders.

Customers who place their orders online will be able to receive their products from the new Springvale warehouse after selecting the correct point of purchase.

The new warehouse is expected to be very popular among clients from Victoria, Tasmania, and South Australia. This is based on the feedback received at a Roadshow event where the new facility was introduced to the attendees. Customers have expressed their satisfaction at GJS having a warehouse closer to their individual businesses, allowing them to receive key products required for daily operations via local delivery.

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