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Supporting businesses to ‘go green’ in the City of Whittlesea

Businesses in the City of Whittlesea will soon be able to become more environmentally friendly, as a low-interest loan will be offered through a new program. The council has partnered with Better Building Finance to...

Wallan business affected in planning permit bungle

By Colin MacGillivray A Wallan business owner is irate after challenging a Mitchell Shire Council decision to reject a planning permit she was told she needed at the Victorian Civil and Administrative Tribunal, VCAT, only...

Top national award for Nutrien Harcourts Kilmore

The Nutrien Harcourts Kilmore team has been named in the top 10 of sales consultants in the Harcourts national network. The Kilmore team were presented with an award at Harcourts Australia National Conference and Awards...

Shop local program is here for City of Whittlesea

A program encouraging people in the City of Whittlesea to buy from businesses from across the municipality will include an offer of a 25 per cent rebate on eligible purchases. Council launched the program on...

City of Whittlesea networking event inspires women in business

The City of Whittlesea’s Women in Business Networking Event provided business leaders with an opportunity to gather, make new contacts and hear from two guest speakers. The event, at Mawarra Functions in Wollert, attracted women...

Reflection on one year of operation for Kilmore Village

By Tricia Mifsud COMMUNITY involvement was at the forefront of Kilmore Village’s operation managers when reflecting on the shopping centre’s first year of operation. The centre celebrated its first birthday in April, acknowledging shop tenants and...

Regional publishers receive Meta digital funding

The North Central Review were one of 106 recipients of a Newsroom Sustainability and Digital Transformation Fund, supplied by Meta, in partnership with Country Press Australia, CPA. The regional publications across Australia will receive a...

Pyalong resident calls to cut red tape for businesses

By Colin MacGillivray PYALONG man Chris Ryan says bureaucracy and red tape at all levels of government are stifling small businesses after deciding to close his family-run earthmoving company. Chris Ryan Earthmoving will shut down this...

Business network launched in the City of Whittlesea

City of Whittlesea businesses will be able to connect, collaborate and learn from each other through a new membership-based program. Endorsed by council at its meeting last week, the City of Whittlesea Business Network will...

Nestle awards students for sustainable packaging design

Nestle Broadford has recognised Mitchell Shire students who were part of Project Ready for their participation in a recent design thinking challenge as part of their 2021 work readiness qualification. Project Ready is a hands-on...