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New jobs at Kangy Angy Rail Maintenance Facility

Posted by Edgar Adams on 4 September 2020
New jobs at Kangy Angy Rail Maintenance Facility
Ninety new jobs are on offer after major construction finished at the NSW Government's $300 million dollar Kangy Angy Rail Maintenance Facility.  The purpose-built facility will service and maintain the New Intercity Fleet trains, with around six kilometres of electric rail lines seven-tracks across at its widest, access roads, offices and amenities. Minister for Transport Andrew Constance says testing of the facility will continue ahead of the introduction of the New Intercity...
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New fountain for Fountain Plaza Erina

Posted by Edgar Adams on 4 September 2020
New fountain for Fountain Plaza Erina
While COVID-19 has had a dampening effect on retail and hospitality businesses the Brand Group, owners of Fountain Plaza Erina have confirmed their confidence in the future with the installation of a new $200,000 fountain at the Plaza. The new fountain was designed and built by local pond builder Anything Wet (see later). Since its opening in the late 1980s Fountain Plaza, on the corner of Central Coast Highway and Karalta Road, leading to Erina Fair, has become an iconic commercial cen...
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North ranked one of Australia's best places to work

Posted by Edgar Adams on 4 September 2020
North ranked one of Australia's best places to work
North Construction & Building has ranked as one of the best places to work in Australia.  North were ranked number 17 on the 2020 Best Places to Work study in the 100-999 employee category and received their award at Great Place to Work Australia's virtual award presentation in late July. Tuggerah based North is a 100% employee-owned commercial construction company. 39,156 Australian-based employees from 124 companies participated in the benchmarking study, making North...
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OneBlink aims high with Global Landing Pad

Posted by Edgar Adams on 4 September 2020
OneBlink aims high with Global Landing Pad
Gosford based company OneBlink, who develops and markets software that's used by government and enterprise customers to create customised business applications, has been selected to participate in this year's Global Landing Pad (DGLP) program run by the Denver (Colorado) Economic Development Corporation. OneBlink was selected from amongst 50 international applications to be part of this year's cohort of 15 companies. The DLGP program supports start-up or scale-up companies...
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Warnervale Town Centre taking shape

Posted by Edgar Adams on 4 September 2020
Warnervale Town Centre taking shape
It's been fifteen years in the making and finally, the much awaited Warnervale Town Centre is proceeding. The adjoining residential component is starting to take shape with property developer Landcorp NSW well advanced with only 26 lots of the first stages of their 140 lot Hilltop Park development left for sale. Lot sizes range from 447 sqm to 614 sqm and have realised at prices from $315,000 to $350,000. The first homes to be built at Hilltop Park are nearing completion as the va...
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