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The Small Business Summit in action Featured

By Dr Michelle Byrne
Hills Shire Mayor

IN the Sydney Hills, we’re lucky to have such an active, engaged and valuable business community. This is mirrored by the wonderful work of the Sydney Hills Business Chamber.

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The course at Castle Hill Country Club. Featured

WITH less than three months until the 2013 Gloria Jean’s Coffees NSW Open kicks off at Castle Hill Country Club, tournament organisers Golf NSW is delighted that planning for the championship is well on track.

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GWS Wanderers Executive Chairman, Lyall Gorman is one of the Summit panelists., Featured

By Tony Eades Chairman,  Sydney Hills Business Chamber

THERE were an estimated 161,260 actively trading businesses in Greater Western Sydney (GWS) as at June 2011, accounting for more than a third of the businesses in the Sydney Metropolitan Region.

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The footpath being constructed at Old Northern Road. Featured

HILLS Shire Council plans to construct 47km worth of footpaths throughout the shire after Council allocated $8,075,550 to the project in The Hills Shire Plan adopted on Tuesday evening.

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From left: Wayne Lazarides (Inkredible Art), Malcolm Turnbull, Alex Hawke (Federal Member for Mitchell), Tony Eades (Chairman, Sydney Hills Business Chamber), Robin Baird (CEO, Sydney Hills Business Chamber) and Richard Holland (Norwest Business Portal). Featured

FOLLOWING the Sydney Hills Business Chamber’s ongoing quest to have the Government’s National Broadband Network rollout include the Norwest Business Park and growing Hills region, Malcolm Turnbull met with the Chamber and local businesses recently to launch the Coalition Nationwide Broadband Survey.

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THE Sydney Hills has a labour force of almost 100,000, according to a report by the Department of Education, Employment and Workplace Relations released recently.

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Western Sydney Business Access (WSBA) covers the business and community issues of the Greater Western Sydney region of Australia. WSBA is the popular media source for connecting with the pulse of the region and tapping into it's vast opportunities and networks.