Thursday, October 29, 2020

Business

Help available for businesses during Small Business Month

Cranebrook businesswoman Jane Tweedy is helping other local business owners during NSW Small Business Month.

Chamber of Commerce returns to in-person events with October 23 luncheon

Penrith Valley Chamber of Commerce will host its first face-to-face event since March in late October.

Brave businesses defying pandemic’s pressures

Starting a new business is difficult at the best of times, let alone during a pandemic that has forced companies across the world to shut their doors.

Businesses keeping it all in the family

The local businesses thriving thanks to strong family connections and passion.

Caddens Corner sets November opening date

Construction of Caddens Corner is nearing completion with the new shopping precinct set to open on Thursday, November 19.

Accountants become unofficial counsellors during COVID-19 crisis

Clients have been seeking extra support.

More local businesses plan for re-opening

Gyms, dance studios and tattoo parlours are just some of the businesses given the green light to re-open from June 13, as more COVID-19 restrictions are lifted.

York Jewellers celebrates 45 years in business

Proud family owned business, York Jewellers is celebrating its milestone of 45 years of jewellery making.

DA reveals plans for new servo, food outlets

A new service station with three food and drink premises has been slated for Orchard Hills.

Adairs set to re-open retail outlets

Adairs is set to re-open its Penrith stores.

Tax time shake-up due to Coronavirus

With Coronavirus forcing a host of industries to adopt working from home measures, more residents than ever will be cashing in at the end of the financial year.

Site rehabilitation work commences as Nepean Business Park edges closer

Construction on Nepean Business Park is officially underway with site rehabilitation work kicking off.

Major Penrith CBD arcade puts rent on hold

Rent relief for CBD business owners in Penrith.

Ghost town: Shopping centres abandoned as retailers close to battle Coronavirus

Some of Penrith’s best-known retailers have closed their doors as they desperately try to survive the Coronavirus pandemic, leaving shopping centres like Westfield Penrith resembling a ghost town.

Turning unwanted trash into treasure

The Londonderry resident who turns your unwanted bits and pieces into treasure

Out of work? Despite the pandemic, many businesses are still hiring

Despite the Coronavirus pandemic, some industries are still desperate for workers

Historic: Government announces major plan to keep people in jobs

Prime Minister Scott Morrison has announced an unprecedented $130 billion wage subsidy package in a massive attempt to keep people in jobs during the Coronavirus pandemic.

Retailers close stores as Coronavirus bites

More jobs are being lost as retailers shut their doors this week due to mounting pressures resulting from Coronavirus.

IGA Erskine Park recognised with awards

Ashcroft's IGA in Erskine Park is ahead of the pack when it comes to stocking the shelves.

Michael Hill closes stores, stands staff down

Jewellery chain Michael Hill has closed its Australian stores indefinitely, including its shop at Westfield Penrith.