Local Business

Mon 17 Jun 2019

Local Subway franchise closes down

premium_icon Local Subway franchise closes down

Customers were informed of the closure last week through a sign that was left on the front door.

Free information seminar for agribusiness professionals

premium_icon Free information seminar for agribusiness professionals

Sunshine Coast agribusinesses will hear from industry professionals on how to best access, manage and distribute valuable water supplies.

Chemist's creative mix of science, nature and spirituality

premium_icon Chemist's creative mix of science, nature and spirituality

The husband and wife team of pharmacists opened the boutique compounding pharmacy three years ago and haven't strayed from innovative, future-proof outlook

Snowy Hydro legacy funds local tech upgrades

premium_icon Snowy Hydro legacy funds local tech upgrades

The $400 million Connect Regional NSW program will deliver faster internet speeds, better mobile phone coverage, and a potential future of 5G connectivity.

'Sweethearts of pastry' pop up in Ballina

premium_icon 'Sweethearts of pastry' pop up in Ballina

BANGALOW'S Choux Choux Patisserie branches out to Ballina.

Biggest change since the GST

Biggest change since the GST

SMALL businesses across Australia are facing the biggest change since GST this end of financial year. Here's how employers and employees can prepare.

Lone Star reveals opening date, it's sooner than you think

premium_icon Lone Star reveals opening date, it's sooner than you think

Popular rib house fires up the grill at Stockland Rockhampton

Mystery over closure of troubled quarry

premium_icon Mystery over closure of troubled quarry

A QUARRY with a history of court battles has suspended operations at their Northern Rivers site last month.

In case you missed it, here's 10 best stories from last week

In case you missed it, here's 10 best stories from last week

Creepy, tragic and gob smacking - there was plenty happening

Sports club enters voluntary liquidation

premium_icon Sports club enters voluntary liquidation

THE struggling club will now rely solely on volunteers to operate.

Gympie ratepayer says new flood levels cost him thousands

premium_icon Gympie ratepayer says new flood levels cost him thousands

Hundreds of Gympie home owners face a big hurdle after a flood immunity level of 1 in 100 was introduced in 2013

Popular Toowoomba CBD cafe hits the market

premium_icon Popular Toowoomba CBD cafe hits the market

A POPULAR Toowoomba cafe, that boasts a fantastic location, is up for sale three years after opening.

NOW LEASING: Bunker Records site in CBD hits market

premium_icon NOW LEASING: Bunker Records site in CBD hits market

THE site of a soon-to-close record shop in the Toowoomba CBD has hit the market through Colliers International.

Scammers target small business

Scammers target small business

SCAMMERS are homing in on Australia’s 2.5 million small businesses, preying on their lack of time and resources in a rising wave of attacks.

New plans for controversial brewery, koala hospital site

premium_icon New plans for controversial brewery, koala hospital site

THE original plans were scrapped and now a new proposal has been lodged, but it's a completely different project.

Gympie food, agribusiness to boom with airport partnership

premium_icon Gympie food, agribusiness to boom with airport partnership

The Gympie and Sunshine Coast's food industry is valued at $750 million annually and this is expected to reach $1 billion by 2022

People drive from far and wide to this niche shop

premium_icon People drive from far and wide to this niche shop

THIS concept art store products cannot be easily found in the cities.

Pillow Talk celebrates 10 years in Gladstone

premium_icon Pillow Talk celebrates 10 years in Gladstone

The store manager reveals her secrets to running a successful business

How I stopped $18,000 hacker attack

How I stopped $18,000 hacker attack

Anyone paying an invoice where a business’s banking details have changes should be on high alert, experts warn.

What business is doing to help people stay warm

premium_icon What business is doing to help people stay warm

ABOUT 50 people from the Toowoomba business community came together at Classic Recruitment and Human Resources to support the Civic Assist Winter Warmth Appeal.

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