Saturday, 31 October 2009

Parramatta. Council advertises for media jobs

Parramatta City Council has advertised for a media and communications advisor for a “fast-spaced” role proving media advice and analysis on current issues to the lord mayor and executive team, with a salary range from $74,622 to $84,575, plus super. A communications officer is being sought for council’s communication and marketing team, at a range of $59,190 to $67, 061 plus super


Parramatta. Aboriginal job opportunities

Aboriginal job seekers in Parramatta electorate area have received a boost from the State Government with a grant to fund vocational education training and employment opportunities, State MP for Parramatta, Tanya Gadiel, said. The Minister for Education and Training, Verity Firth, said the grants have been made through the NSW Government’s innovative Elsa Dixon Aboriginal Employment Program.


Bankstown. Back in business

Aerospace Aviation, at Bankstown Airport, has won an appeal against its deregistration for a range of issues. Sue Davis co-owner of the flying school, with her husband, Zane, said they felt relieved and vindicated that the NSW Government’s Vocational Education and Training Accreditation Board had set aside its previous decision after the appeal, according to The Sydney Morning Herald


Macquarie Park. Leasing 'heating up'

Leasing in Macquarie Park/North Ryde is heating up with 46,000 square metres of new space completed in the first half of 2009, more than any other market in Sydney, according to CB Richard Ellis. “The new Epping to Chatswood rail link … is drawing tenant interest from traditional North Shore markets, as evidenced by CSR’s recent relocation from Chatswood, “said CBRE’s Luke Nixon, in The Sydney Morning Herald. The 340-hectare Macquarie Park/North Ryde has an estimated 8000,000 square metres of commercial space

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Parramatta. One to expand, another for sale

Inside Outside Restaurant, in Phillip Street, has lodged a DA with Parramatta City Council to increase hours of operation, Monday to Saturday, from8.00am to 2.00am, and increase in number of staff to accommodate the use of the premises for the sale of alcohol without consuming a meal. Opposite the restaurant, the sale has been re-advertised of the freehold of Barnaby’s Riverside Restaurant, seeking offers above $3 million.


Bankstown. Airport to boost jobs

Over the next 20 years, an additional 10,500 jobs are anticipated to be created directly or indirectly related to Bankstown Airport. One of the important tasks outlined in the draft plan is for Bankstown Airport Limited to work with the Bankstown City Council and the NSW State Government to ensure that appropriate road access to and from the airport is provided.