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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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Work starts on new ING Central Coast home

Posted by Edgar Adams on 3 August 2020
Work starts on new ING Central Coast home
Erina based commercial builder, Stevens Construction, have started work on a new $26 million office building at Wyong for the Gibbens Group with a Sod Turning Ceremony being held to mark the commencement in late July. ING Australia, which currently operates a call centre at Tuggerah Business Park, will relocate to the new building having signed a long-term lease for 3,600sqm of space over three levels including the ground floor and staff parking for 350 vehicles and will accommodate 600 p...
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COVID and tolls make it tough for truckers

Posted by Edgar Adams on 3 August 2020
COVID and tolls make it tough for truckers
Across the various business sectors in the economy COVID-19 is good for some and bad for others along with those in between but for  the trucking sector generally business is down and by as much as 30% on last year. On top of that tolls continue to add to the cost of road transport and with NorthConnex opening up soon heavy vehicles will be barred from using toll free Pennant Hills Road and forced to use the NorthConnex at a cost of $23.73 each way and $7.91 for cars.What is not ment...
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Bouffant - A bakery café for Gosford

Posted by Edgar Adams on 3 August 2020
Bouffant - A bakery café for Gosford
Andrew Mansfield and Markus Kung, a Spanish patisserie chef,  who operate Ooomph Café at East Gosford and earlier this year took over The Bakery (soon to be renamed Bouffant) at 101a Victoria Street, East Gosford have opened a new café in Gosford CBD also called Bouffant. Bouffant is a new brand name which the two plan to roll out in other locations. The concept of Bouffant is based on the hugely popular Spanish bakery, Granier, whose owner mastered the formula o...
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