John Ralph, John Ralph's Camera House

Posted by Phaedra Pym on 2 December 2019
John Ralph, John Ralph's Camera House
From pharmacy to photographics The name John Ralph is synonymous on the Central Coast with photography and video. However not too many people would be aware that John is a pharmacist by profession and at one stage co-owned three pharmacies in Wyong Shire as well as the invalid aid shop and health food store at Long Jetty. So what prompted this practising pharmacist of twenty years to enter the world of cameras and photography in the mid 1980s? And how did he overcome the numerous challe...
Posted in: Cover Story  

Prime Minister addresses Gosford Erina Chamber of Commerce

Posted by Edgar Adams on 2 December 2019
Prime Minister addresses Gosford Erina Chamber of Commerce
The 12th November was a big day for Gosford Erina Chamber of Commerce with over 260 members and guests filling The Entertainment Grounds' function room to welcome the Prime Minister of Australia, The Hon. Scott Morrison MP. Showing that he was across the issues on the Central Coast Mr Morrison referred to the 1,500 plus new businesses that had started in the years from 2016 to 2018 and pointed out that business is the beating heart of the community.  "This government believes ...
Posted in: Business News  

University prepares for next intake of future business leaders

Posted by Edgar Adams on 2 December 2019
University prepares for next intake of future business leaders
The future looks bright for the world of business as the University of Newcastle's Master of Business Administration (MBA) gears up for its 2020 intake. Since its inception in 2018, the program continues to accelerate students to become leaders who are responsive, adaptable and highly capable within and across organisations of all sizes in the public, private or not-for-profit sectors. "The classes are smaller, which means students get more hands-on and personal experiences, as...
Posted in: Business News  

Wyong Hospital Redevelopment set to start

Posted by Edgar Adams on 2 December 2019
Wyong Hospital Redevelopment set to start
The $200 million Wyong Hospital redevelopment has taken a major step forward with a milestone turning of the first sod in early October.  NSW Parliamentary Secretary for Health, the Hon Natasha Maclaren-Jones MLC turned the first sod on the site of the new six-storey building and released fly-through vision to give the community a sneak peak at the completed project. Mrs Maclaren-Jones also announced the appointment of Richard Crookes Construction as the main works contractor. &q...
Posted in: Business News  

Australian Reptile Park named NSW best attraction

Posted by Edgar Adams on 2 December 2019
Australian Reptile Park named NSW best attraction
The Australian Reptile Park made history at the 2019 NSW Tourism Awards where they were honoured with the coveted 'Major Tourist Attraction' award. The Australian Reptile Park is now the first business in history to hold both the NSW Business of the Year and Major Tourist Attraction awards in a 12-month period. The award was presented in front of 500 guests at a stunning gala dinner at the Four Seasons Hotel Sydney at the most prestigious tourism event of the year for New South ...
Posted in: Business News  
< Previous | 1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5 | 6 | 7 | 8 | 9 | 10 | Next >

It's time to subscribe for a years worth of business

Subscribe Now