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Tell us what YOU want. 2019 digital training workshop options

Advance Cessnock City hosted another round of the Digital Bootcamp in November. Participants learned many important aspects of operating a small business in the digital age, and importantly how to utilise digital technology and strategy for small businesses. Many said that they wanted to learn more about social media and how to use it in…

If you spend local, Santa will create 91 jobs in Cessnock City

Choosing to shop local is always a great investment into your community. Buying local this Christmas has a direct impact on the viability of our region’s economy as well as jobs. If local residents could consciously invest their Christmas spend towards local businesses, the combined impact of this spend could be exponential. What $50 can…

Is this Art?

Dealing with graffiti is an ongoing challenge that impacts our community. Most business owners would like to present a clean, safe and welcoming environment for our residents, workers and visitors. From a legal view point intentionally damaging or defacing any premises, vehicle or other property is a crime.  It’s also an offence to have a…

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Hunter Valley Visitor Information Centre – Not just for visitors!

The Hunter Valley Visitor Centre is located at 455 Wine Country Drive Pokolbin, at the entry to Cessnock Airport; and is the ideal place for information, bookings and to buy unique products from businesses around the Hunter Valley.   It proudly displays the accredited ‘i’ sign which is a guarantee of quality service and reliable information. “Although…

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Supporting local businesses by increasing opportunities and advocating on socio-economic issues.

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Cessnock City Skills Audit

Cessnock City Council undertook a skills audit in 2018. The aim is for a workforce that is sustainable for the region to meet the needs of our growing industries.

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