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Business optimism a catalyst for more growth: report

  Three in four Cessnock businesses intend to expand or grow in the next two years, according to a new report by Cessnock City Council. Results of the newly released Business Capability Study, show 74% of businesses plan to employ extra staff, expand their product or service range or upgrade their assets. “This shows we…

Volunteer firefighters to receive $6000 in financial support

  The Federal Government announced to provide financial support of up to $6,000 for volunteer firefighters on the fire front this bushfire season. The payments of up to $300 per day will be available to Rural Fire Service NSW volunteers who are self-employed or work for small to medium businesses and have volunteered as part…

Looking forward to 2020 in the Hunter

Cessnock Mayor Bob Pynsent, meanwhile, is looking to the skies for the city’s economic development opportunities. Cessnock Airport 2020 “Our vision for Cessnock Airport 2020 is for it to be a well-planned and service facility that attracts economic development opportunities for the region,” he said. “To unlock business investment growth, significant upgrades to the infrastructure…

Business in Profile

Kurri Curry and Kebabs

  Kurri Curry & Kebabs has been open for business for over 4 months now and is located in the heart of the Kurri Kurri township.  The family owned and operated business employ 6 friendly team members who are at the ready to greet and welcome their customers. Muhammad and his staff offer a large…

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Cessnock Business Events

Business Study

Three in four Cessnock businesses intend to expand or grow in the next two years according to the Business Capability Study 2019. 713 Businesses were surveyed to better understand industry and businesses in the city.

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Skills Audit 2018

Two out of five businesses in Cessnock City said they were experiencing skills shortages in our comprehensive Skills Audit conducted in 2018.

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Cessnock Under Construction

Updates for local businesses during the Cessnock Commercial Precinct Project works.

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