QBD BOOKS CONTINUES ITS EXPANSION AND INVESTS IN REGIONAL STORES
QBD Books, Australia’s largest Australian-owned and operated book retailer, is continuing its investment in regional Australia and opening two new stores. The Hervey Bay store will open in May, with another store coming to Coffs Harbour in June.
WANDIYALI INVESTS SOLAR SAVINGS INTO COMMUNITY PROGRAMS
Newcastle-based Indigenous community organisation, Wandiyali, has teamed up with world-leading solar solutions provider, Energus, to install a solar energy system on its 900sqm headquarters in Elermore Vale. The installation represents an effort to reduce energy costs, with the opportunity for savings to be redistributed into the centre's many services that benefit the Aboriginal community.
ILLAWARRA BUSINESSES TURNING TO SOLAR TO SAVE AND INVEST IN NEW BUSINESS INITIATIVES
Renewable energy has missed out in the Federal budget but local businesses in the Illawarra region are investing in solar technology to save on power bills, reduce their carbon footprint and use the savings to innovate and improve their business model.
MACARTHUR BUSINESSES TURNING TO SOLAR TO SAVE AND INVEST IN NEW BUSINESS INITIATIVES
Regardless of renewables missing out in the Federal budget, local businesses in the Macarthur region are investing in solar technology to save on power bills, reduce their carbon footprint and use the savings to innovate and improve their business model.
CANTERBURY-BANKSTOWN BUSINESSES TURN TO SOLAR TO SAVE ON ENERGY COSTS AND REDUCE EMISSIONS
Regardless of the lack of support for renewable energy in the Federal Budget, local businesses in the Canterbury-Bankstown region are investing in solar to save on power bills and reduce their carbon footprint, demonstrating to other savvy business owners in the area how to improve their bottom line and become more sustainable at the same time.
LUNAR NEW YEAR CELEBRATIONS RETURN TO CHATSWOOD IN 2021
Willoughby City Council’s Lunar New Year celebrations will return in 2021 to dazzle and delight with the Chatswood Year of the Ox Festival (3 February - 28 February). Named after the lunar zodiac sign, the festival program will, for the first time, feature a comedy night, along with a series of COVID-safe events.