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Business owners urged to inform police about late night alarms

In the wake of a spate of recent break and enters of Sutherland commercial/small retail locations, local businesses are urged to inform police of any alarm activation late at night into the early mornings. According to Sutherland Police, during the recent incidents, alarms were activated but notification of the activation to police was delayed. By … Continue reading Business owners urged to inform police about late night alarms

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Sandhurst celebrates National Family Business Day

Italian hospitality was at its best when local company Sandhurst Fine Foods recently welcomed government and business representatives to a “Show & Tell” of their Miranda factory and operations. As part of National Family Business Day celebrations, the event was attended by Hon. John Barilaro, MP, Minister for Small Business, Member  for Miranda, Eleni Petinos … Continue reading Sandhurst celebrates National Family Business Day

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Crime prevention advice

Please find below helpful information and advice on how to prevent crime and what action to take if you are the victim of any criminal activity Offender Description Form – in the event of a crime, use this form to help you  provide a description of the perpertrator Australia’s Banknotes Poster – features of genuine banknotes … Continue reading Crime prevention advice

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Sutherland Shire Business Chamber seeks to shift focus from west to south – St George Leader

Business groups in Sutherland Shire are “over” the government focus on western Sydney, and have joined forces to push their own case. The Sutherland Shire Business Chamber was launched with the signing of a memorandum of understanding by Miranda & Districts, Menai & Sutherland District, Gymea, Cronulla, Engadine and Bundeena Maianbar chambers. While the individual chambers will still … Continue reading Sutherland Shire Business Chamber seeks to shift focus from west to south – St George Leader

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Sutherland Shire Business Chambers statement about the proposed ‘memorial’ rally at Cronulla

The Sutherland Shire Business Chambers, representing hundreds of business owners in the local area, fully support the actions of The Sutherland Shire Council and the New South Wales Police in their bid to halt a proposed rally to be held at Cronulla on Saturday 12th December, 2015. Business confidence in the area is a key … Continue reading Sutherland Shire Business Chambers statement about the proposed ‘memorial’ rally at Cronulla

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Ideas from MDCC Youth Unemployment & Underemployment Seminar – October 2015

At least one in three young people living in Southern Sydney are either unemployed or underemployed. There are many reasons for this including the GFC, shift to part-time employment, employers wanting staff with work experience and qualifications, and other economic and social issues. The result is that most school, university and TAFE graduates are finding … Continue reading Ideas from MDCC Youth Unemployment & Underemployment Seminar – October 2015

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