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It will be raining free hot dogs when Bavarian restaurant opens at Mac Square

It will be raining free hot dogs when Bavarian restaurant opens at Mac Square

It will be raining free hot dogs when the Bavarian restaurant opens its doors for the first time at Macarthur Square on Saturday, June 29. As part of the opening celebrations, Bavarian Macarthur will give away 500 free hotdogs from 11am. But the Bavarian will bring much more to Macarthur than just its legendary pork knuckle, crackling pork belly and other German culinary classics. There is also the creation of 45 full-time and casual positions when the restaurant opens. Around 50 professionals and tradespeople worked on the project, located at the Menangle Road entrance to the shopping centre, directly below… Read more »

It’s a winner: program that reduces red tape for startups

It’s a winner: program that reduces red tape for startups

Camden Council has won State Government recognition for helping locals start their own businesses. Since August 2018 council has been offering the NSW Government’s Easy to do Business Program, which is designed to make the process of starting a new business easier by reducing the time required to go through government requirements and regulations. In less than nine months since its launch in Camden the program has helped more than 16 people start their own business in the area. Council was presented with a trophy at the inaugural Small Business Friendly Councils Conference in recognition of its success in running… Read more »

Online first port of call for consumers, but store staff still play vital role

Online first port of call for consumers, but store staff still play vital role

Warren Morrison inside his Sleeping Giant-James Lane franchise store in Blaxlaland Road. As the operator of the only Sleeping Giant franchise, Warren Morrison decided to sit back and wait when the company added the lounge and dining line by James Lane to the bedding products it offered the public. Having been satisfied that it would be something Macarthur residents would embrace, his Blaxland Road store introduced the new line as part of 21st anniversary celebrations as well as major refurbishment late last year. “I didn’t want to do it too early,’’ says Mr Morrison. “It was important to see whether… Read more »

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Bigge Park: pop-up cafe part of plans to jazz up the space.

Pop-up cafe plans for Bigge Park

Expressions of interest for a pop-up style café in Bigge Park are now open. Mayor Ned Mannoun said the café was one of the key pieces in the plans to revitalise Bigge Park as part of the Building Our New City program. At September’s Council meeting Bigge Park, Macquarie MallRead more »

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MP Chris Patterson chamber guest speaker

Chris Patterson, the state member for Camden, will be the guest speaker at the next meeting of the Camden Chamber of Commerce. This will be held on Wednesday, October 1, at Enzo Italian Restaurant in John Street. For more informati0n and for bookings go to the chamber’s website, *TheRead more »

Liverpool is putting out the welcome mat for new businesses.

Liverpool’s strategy for growth

Liverpool Council is stepping up its drive for growth and more local jobs. Its economic development strategy September update points to renewed efforts to attract commercial and industrial developments by marketing Liverpool as the “business destination’’ of south west Sydney. But it won’t forget those businesses which already operate. PartRead more »

Phil Gould and the premier, Mike Baird, are coming to Camden this month to separate functions.

Footy expert and the premier mean business

While breakfast with the premier, Mike Baird, will be a major highlight of September – Camden Council Business Month, the appearance of rugby league figure Phil Gould won’t be far behind. Gould, who is currently the general manager of Penrith Panthers as well as commentator of the footy on ChannelRead more »

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Opal cards now at pop-up kiosk

Opal cards will be available at a pop-up kiosk on Holsworthy Station this Thursday, September 4 from 7am to 10am. Public transport customers can also obtain and top-up their Opal card at around 1,000 retail outlets across the state, to make using Opal even easier. “A pop- up Opal KioskRead more »

Small Business Week

Is your business becoming obsolete?

What if your business was becoming obsolete – and you didn’t even know? Shift is happening. Organisations can no longer assume that what worked yesterday will work again today – much less tomorrow. In order to simply survive, it is critical for leaders, businesses and industries to adapt and evolve.Read more »


Premier in Camden breakfast date

The NSW Premier, Mr Mike Baird, will be the guest speaker at a business breakfast in the Camden Civic Centre next month being organised by the Narellan Chamber of Commerce with Camden MP Chris Patterson and Camden Council. The breakfast will be on Friday, September 12, between 7am and 9am. Mr Baird,Read more »


Charisma is a business asset

Nathy Gaffney is a personal impact expert. She specialises in areas such as charisma, presentation skills and social intelligence and their role in business. On top of that, Nathy Gaffney has more than 20 years experience as a professional ”voice user” – singing, stage and presenting – and teacher. SheRead more »

Needs a circuit breaker: Queen Street, Campbelltown.

Campbelltown pushes for growth

Campbelltown Council says it has continued to work with key business districts to encourage fair and convenient access to restricted parking spaces, and to promote business growth. With an unemployment rate of 7.9, which is one of the highest among councils similar to Campbelltown around the edge of the SydneyRead more »

Bryan Doyle

One stop government shop here is a top notch idea

Bryan Doyle has welcomed the decision by the NSW Government to locate a Service NSW one-stop shop in Campbelltown. ‘‘I have been determined to have a Service NSW one-stop shop located here in Campbelltown. This is great news for the people of Campbelltown and the surrounding district,” the state memberRead more »

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