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Little Creek Cheese a serial award winner
5 March 2024
Ten years ago, Russell and Sue Parsons started a little business making cheese in their kitchen at home as a hobby. They called it Little Creek Cheese. A few years later they thought their Haloumi and Club Cheddar was good enough to enter the Royal Easter Show Cheese and Dairy Awards.  They came away with gold for both. Since then, they have moved into the Wyong Milk Factory with their own cheese making factory and retail outlet. Each year they have entered their cheeses in the Cheese...
SpotGo’s success at Sydney Gift Fair
5 March 2024
SpotGo, Wyong manufacturer of premium cleaning products, was invited to be a part of The Australian Made Pavilion within the Sydney Gift Fair Expo to help showcase Australian manufacturing and innovation. SpotGo CEO and Founder Brendan Small said that the opportunity to showcase the SpotGo range has led to some exciting new connections and leads. SpotGo is now currently working with Amazon Australia with the intention of expanding the SpotGo business with Amazon internationally. Mr Small sa...
CCBR 2023 YEAR BOOK including Central Coast Ultimate Guide to Business
7 February 2024
52 Pages packed with valuable information that all Central Coast businesses need to know. 2023 was a year that saw the plans of the last ten years for Gosford take shape with fifteen cranes on construction sites around the city and all projects heading for completion by the end of 2024. CCBR’s 2023 Year Book – The year in Review covers the big stories of 2023. ALAND appoints hotel operator for Archibald Gosford  Sydney investors discover Archibald. Gosford one big constr...
SME’s under attack with Labor
7 February 2024
Few people in small and medium sized businesses understand what is about to descend upon them with Federal Labor’s new 500 page plus Industrial Relations Loophole Bill. Under this Bill employing subcontractors becomes close to illegal and, for the first time, a union can walk into a business that has only one employee and issue dictatorial orders. Unions now have the power to tell you how to run your business. While the Government claims to be targeting big business it is all encompa...
Small business ‘will be sent bust by flawed IR bill’
7 February 2024
Small business will be “sent to the wall” by the complex and unworkable industrial relations changes in the government’s Closing Loopholes Bill, says the Council of Small Business Organisations Australia. The complex legislation has become the number one threat to the sector, COSBOA says. It said the latest tranche of IR revisions were being rammed through the lower house of parliament despite the concerns of small business and called on the Senate to reject the legislatio...

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