FOR SALE – The Athletes Foot Horsham
Fancy a change? Exciting opportunity to secure this outstanding specialty athletic, health and lifestyle footwear franchise. With consistent, proven financials, excellent profits and an experienced team of passionate and trained staff, we welcome your enquiry.
$165,000 + SAV
Mobile: 0429 136 147
Saving money on water!
This is a GT110 110,116 Litre zinc Pioneer Water tank built near Ouyen recently.
The customer wanted to a way to reduce the amount of water they needed to purchase primarily for spraying.
This tank should get keep them covered.
They also added a fire fighting outlet which will ensure there is always approx 10,000 litres on reserve for fire fighting or any emergency.
Green Taylor Partners re-opening!
We’re pleased to announce Green Taylor Partners will be reopening for APPOINTMENT ONLY consultations from Tuesday 9 June 2020.
We invite clients to contact the office on 03 5382 4761 to book appointments, or book via our website.
The team at GTP will also continue to offer online appointments via Zoom and Microsoft Teams where requested.
For the safety of our clients, team members and the community, our client waiting areas will be closed until further notice. Clients will only be able to enter the office when their advisor is ready, and will be contacted by telephone at that time.
To reduce risk for our team and the community, we encourage documents to continue being delivered to the office via the mail slot next to the front door.
We appreciate your understanding and adherence to social distancing restrictions during this period.
What does Return to Work Plus actually do?
Return to Work Plus is a passion project born from a vision to give country employers and injured workers the same access to return to work services as their city counterparts.
With a background in Occupational Rehabilitation Counselling and having worked as a Return to Work Coordinator in the country for many years, I noticed that in order to get great service, up to date information and maintain successful outcomes, a lot of travel to the city was required. So, out of one-part frustration, one-part curiosity and many parts passion, Return to Work Plus was born.
Being based in North West Victoria, my original intention was to service employers and injured workers based in the Wimmera, Mallee and Sunraysia by bringing information and great service to these areas through work site visits, consultations, Occupational Rehabilitation and Return to Work training.
I am now super excited to announce that Return to Work Plus has been working extremely hard with a great team to put our WorkSafe accredited ‘Role of the Return to Work Coordinator’ course online.
This fantastic course will benefit Return to Work Coordinators, payroll officers, HR & OHS personnel, supervisors, even employers. It will give you up to date information on:
• Your role as a Return to Work Coordinator
• Putting effective return to work strategies in place following a workplace injury
• Assisting your employer to effectively support the injured worker through their return to work journey
• Proactively responding to workplace injuries, and
• How to effectively communicate with all key parties involved in the return to work process.
Upon completion of this online course you will have the confidence to effectively undertake all aspects of your role as a Return to Work Coordinator, all without having to travel to the city.
We will be launching in the next couple of weeks, so to ensure you stay up to date with course dates and to take advantage of our Early Bird special, go to www.returntoworkplus.com.au and subscribe to our monthly newsletter
Weddings and COVID-19
Yes, Covid-19 has affected the way that marriages can currently take place.
Sadly a lot of weddings are on hold, so my heart goes out to couples who are affected by this. The current situation is that people can still marry, however the ceremony is limited to 5 people being the couple, the Celebrant and two witnesses.
Some couples have decided to go ahead with their weddings and will hold a reception or celebration when the restrictions are lifted.
For more information feel free to message me on Facebook Gilda McKechnie – Marriage Celebrant.
CVGT is always here to support your business
As an employer, you are still able to access CVGT’s range of services including employment of job seekers, trainees and apprentices, labour hire and more.
As the COVID-19 situation evolves, we understand that your business may have had to take some drastic measures. At CVGT, our services are still available and we’re still here to support you.
CVGT is now delivering services via phone or video call to ensure that you still receive the support to find and retain staff.
JobKeeper Payment for Employers and Employees
Under the JobKeeper Payment, businesses impacted by the coronavirus will be able to access a subsidy from the Government to continue paying their employees. Affected employers will be able to claim a fortnightly payment of $1,500 per eligible employee from 30 March 2020, for a maximum period of 6 months. Click here for more information.
If you are experiencing mental and wellbeing challenges during this period we encourage you to reach out to the following services:
- Beyond Blue – 1300 224 636 or www.beyondblue.org.au
- Lifeline Australia – 13 11 14 or www.lifeline.org.au
New stocklist – George & Co
If you are looking for a gift or seeking to find a special item for yourself, George & co are now stocking Terrariums by Plant Passion, unique handcrafted professional quality gardens in glass vessels, head on in and check them out
Team work makes the dream work!
We love working with local businesses.
This is our new Aquabot Aqualiner display that was a team effort.
Dreamed up by Pioneer Water Tanks Mildura and Horsham
Zincalume shaped by GTS Plumbing
Laminate display crafted by Jonassons Cabinetry Warracknabeal
Artwork laid out and printed by Loud Signs
Stawell visitor information finds new home after Picker’s Market closure.
Visitors to the Northern Grampians will be able to find out information and history of the region from a new location at the Pleasant Creek Historical Precinct in Stawell.
Council, in partnership with Grampians Tourism, has moved all the tourist information assets and displays that were housed at the Picker’s Market to the Gallery at the precinct.
The move of the information assets, including maps, brochures and displays comes after Peter and Anthea Perry announced the Picker’s Market would close its doors for the last time this weekend.
Northern Grampians Shire Council Mayor, Murray Emerson, said the Picker’s Market will be missed by the people of Stawell and visitors who would stop in for a chat.
“It’s a shame the Picker’s Market will be closing their doors, Mr and Mrs Perry have been cornerstones of the community for many years. I wish them the best of luck with their future plans and thank them for their years of service to the community,” he said.
The doors of the Gallery will be open as many days as possible with a selection of Grampians Tourism staff being based there to help tourists and travellers find their way.