Support Local Business – Use a Whitso Tradie

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Whitsunday Regional Council is asking all residents to request local tradies when dealing with insurance claims as a result of Tropical Cyclone Debbie. The idea’s being pushed by the Economic Subgroup of the Local Recovery Group and they’re anxious to see local people receive the business by … [Read more...]

“Considered Approach” Needed

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The Sheep Meat Council of Australia and the Cattle Council of Australia is calling on the Federal Government for a more considered approach to its proposal to abolish the 457-visa program to mitigate the potentially detrimental flow-on effects to Australia’s red meat industry. Cattle Council of … [Read more...]

Community Urged to Support Local Business

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A Key Strategy to ensure the region kicks back from devastation rests within us all-It’s to Buy Local. Deputy Mayor John Collins is passionate about it and says in the aftermath of Cyclone Debbie, he has a heartfelt appeal urging the community to support local business. As a small business … [Read more...]

Local Tradies Must Come First

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Federal Member for Dawson George Christensen will demand that all insurance companies give work to local builders and tradesman for all Cyclone Debbie recovery work rather than bringing in out-of-towners. Mr Christensen says he has been receiving reports today that builders from out of town were … [Read more...]