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Indigenous business precinct opens in Fyshwick

Born from the collaborative vision of Worimi man Kieran Hynes and his fellow Indigenous classmates at a Melbourne Business School masterclass two-years-ago, Canberra’s Indigenous Business Precinct in Fyshwick is now open.

Canberra-based PKUP service ready to relaunch

Canberra-based ride share app PKUP has today announced the relaunch of its service, after a pause in operations due to COVID-19.

Small venues handed lifeline as patron limit increases

Small venues in the ACT will be able to have 25 people in their venue from this Friday 18 September, the ACT Government announced today, Monday 14 September.

ACT Indigenous businesses supported in pandemic

A streamlined ACT Indigenous Business Support Program has commenced to help businesses adapt and prosper through the pandemic.

Huawei and Raiders end near-decade sponsorship deal

Due to the “continued negative business environment”, the Canberra Raiders’ major sponsor Huawei have today announced 2020 will be its last year supporting the NRL club. The...

Canberra business groups call for workers to return to the office

Canberra business groups are pushing to get workers back into the office while people continue working from home “if it works for them”.

ACT Government extends support for local businesses

The ACT Government is extending a range of economic survival measures to help local businesses continue to trade and keep Canberrans employed during the Covid-19 pandemic.

Canberra businesses return to networking, COVID style

Guests at last night’s Canberra Business Chamber networking event at Canberra Southern Cross Club Woden mingled at a safe 1.5 metre distance by using “discussion pods” and rotating “speed dating style” regularly throughout the evening.

Iconic Hotels announce opening of Abode in Belconnen

Iconic Hotels have announced the 152-room Abode Hotel in Belconnen is set to open in September.

Local dog treats reducing your global paw print

Alison Kirk-Lauritsen is the brains behind the sustainable dog treat brand Feed for Thought, developed locally in collaboration with her personal taste tester, Max.

Inspiration and expertise under one roof

Discover clever, stylish and completely customisable solutions. Canberra Blinds, Awning and Curtain Centre has everything you need.

Spotlight to open first ACT store

Those looking for their DIY and homewares fix from Spotlight will no longer have to head across the border, with the first store based in the ACT set to open its doors on Wednesday 1 July.