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Mark Guymer – Colo NSW


Happy 1st Birthday to the beautiful

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Steve: 0414 659 271 Sue: 0410 146 221 Ellen: 0408 167 690

Your Local Independent BP


Full Convenience Store

Fresh bread & pastries baked daily on the premises

Sausage Rolls Pies &

Great Coffee

Independently owned & supporting the local community for over 25 years.

501 Bells Line of Road 4573 1324

Madeline ‘Mabs’

Bertha Dunstan 3rd July, 1923 - 31st August, 2010

Remembered Always...

Loved by her family 4/9/2011

Business excellence

will once again bring amazing business stories to public attention and put a huge spotlight on the award winners. Open to all businesses in the Greater


Western Region, WSABE has a judging panel drawn from peak industry bodies, academia and business, and has fourteen Industry Categories and four High Achievement awards to be claimed. Te High Achievement Awards

include, Business Woman of the Year, Young Entrepreneur of the Year, Entrepreneur of the Year and the overall winner of Business of the Year. One of last year’s winners and current

advocate for the Awards, Paul Maher of Loxley on Bellbird, Kurrajong showcased the awards to local dignitaries, VIPs and businesses on a regional scale when he hosted the WSABE Regional Launch to the Blue Mountains, Penrith, Hawkesbury and Te Hills Regions in conjunction with the Award Host Parramatta Chamber of Commerce at his stunningly beautiful event centre. “Winning ‘Entrepreneur of the Year’

in 2010 was amazing and has continued to put our brand out there. Loxley’s continuous success over the last nine years in these WSABE Awards has built our business enormously both regionally and nationally. From where I stand I encourage everyone to move forward and showcase their business in the Western Sydney Awards in Business Excellence and to use the Chamber’s free professional workshops to help you with your entry,” Paul Maher said.

Premier Barry O’Farrell is a big

supporter of the awards as each year the Western Sydney Awards in Business Excellence uncover outstanding and innovative companies that are responsible for generating millions of dollars worth of investment in the region, bringing them significant exposure and recognition. “Tis Awards program pays tribute to

the businesses whose contribution is so vital to Western Sydney. Tese companies

he Western Sydney Awards in Business Excellence (WSABE) enter their 21st year and

are propelling the continued economic prosperity of Western Sydney. Western Sydney is a region bursting with talent, opportunity and potential,” Premier O’Farrell said. “As a key growth region in NSW with over 1.9 million people, it is the home to more than one in 11 Australians. My Government is committed to making Western Sydney the powerhouse of the Australian economy, a place where people can find jobs, progress careers and raise families. “As Premier and Minister for Western

Sydney I am committed to this unique region and I show my support to this program through my Office of Western Sydney’s continued Major Sponsorship to the 2011 Awards program. I commend the Parramatta Chamber of Commerce for running the Western Sydney Awards in Business Excellence, its sponsors and supporters. “I congratulate the participating

companies whose drive for excellence provides great rewards for the ongoing prosperity of Greater Western Sydney and I urge all Western Sydney companies to consider taking up the challenge to enter the 2011 Western Sydney Awards in Business Excellence.” Te Awards Committee extends a

special thank you to the awards sponsors; Parramatta City Council, NSW Premier & Cabinet Office of Western Sydney, Commonwealth Bank, Waterview In Bicentennial Park; Fairfax Community Newspapers; Gyrate Advertising Design and Marketing; Snap Printing; Phillip Street Parramatta; Te Parramatta College; GWS Giants; Moore Stephens Accountants & Advisor; 48 Hour Film Project; Web Video Productions and Impact AV Australia. Entry kits available by calling 9683 6655 or by email at

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