On the evening of Friday 27 November 154 finalists in the NSW Business Chamber’s Business Awards joined other guests at Darling Harbour for the NSW Gala Dinner event where the businesses judged “best in the state” were announced. NSW Business Chamber’s Business Awards provide an opportunity to highlight the outstanding contribution

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Thank you for the opportunity to comment on the proposed boundary redistribution of the Macarthur Electorate. MACROC is the regional organisation of councils for the Macarthur area of South West Sydney. Formed in 1985, it represents the local government areas of Camden, Campbelltown and Wollondilly. MACROC’s role is to identify issues of regional importance and advocate for positive regional outcomes.

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MACROC (the Macarthur Regional Organisation of Councils), on behalf of its member Councils, Camden, Campbelltown and Wollondilly, subscribes to Economy.id. This online economic profile and modeling tool provides online statistical information and can be accessed by business and the general public on the MACROC website. Once a year Economy.id also prepare a key findings regional report. The latest report ‘Macarthur Region. Economic Key Findings Report 2013/14’, examines the economic characteristics and workplace role and function the Macarthur region.

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The ‘Macarthur Region. Economic Key Findings Report 2013/14’ examines the economic characteristics and workplace role and functions of the Macathur region. The report identifies some of the key challenges and opportunities for regional economic development one of which is maintaining economic growth to provide local jobs with the expected large increase in residential population over the next two decades.

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Late last year the Macarthur Regional Organisation of Councils (MACROC), in conjunction with its member Councils, Camden, Campbelltown and Wollondilly, commissioned respected market research company Iris Research to conduct a survey of businesses in Macarthur. The survey was undertaken as part of the economic development activities of each Council in a bid to gain a [...]

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Thursday 2 April 2015 The business community of Macarthur is invited to attend the first MACROC CEO Breakfast for 2015 being held at Harrington Grove Country Club on the morning of Tuesday 21 April. “MACROC is delighted to have Marina Go join us as speaker for the MACROC CEO Breakfast. Marina, now chair of Wests [...]

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The Macarthur region has experienced steady growth over the past 10 years; however it is expected to grow by approximately double over the next 20 years. As the community grows, it will create additional challenges for waste management within the region, one of which will include managing the increasing waste generated through population growth. Consequently [...]

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