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  1. Sanctuary Wholistic Clinic Opens in Pyrmont

    Introducing Sanctuary, a unique destination for wholistic health & wellbeing services that will help you get more out of your life. At Sanctuary, we believe that life is a gift so we’ve developed a new concept in health & wellbeing, that offers the best of conventional medicine and complementary therapies under the one roof – [...]

  2. Pyrmont Therapist, Nigel Bailey: “My Son the Accountant is Drowning”

    This article has been written by Nigel Bailey of Becalm in Pyrmont. Nigel is a fully-qualified psychotherapist and professional counsellor. The late great Irish comedian Dave Allen describes thus the plight of the proud Jewish mother running down the beach in search of help. As much at home in lambasting his own faith, Allen had [...]

  3. Business Health Checks are Critical for Small Business: Btom Chartered Accountants

    Have you checked the health of your business lately? Did you know that your business can make a profit and still go broke? The health of a business should not just be measured by its profit. A successful business can still go broke if it does not manage its cashflow. For many years the small [...]

  4. The Axioms of Evil by Nigel Bailey, Pyrmont Therapist

    This article has been written by Nigel Bailey of Becalm in Pyrmont. Nigel is a fully-qualified professional counsellor and psychotherapist. We don’t need reminding that the future, at least in the short term is fraught with uncertainty. The language of downturn, recession, retrenchment and bail-out pervades all discussion. Every newscast compounds our worst fears; an [...]

  5. 2 Awards for Pyrmont Business RedBalloon

    Naomi Simson, CEO of RedBalloon in Harris street Pyrmont, came away with the Yellow Business Owner Award and the Nokia Innovation Awards at the recent Telstra Business Women’s Awards. Naomi Simson founded RedBalloon in 2001, calling herself Chief Experience Officer (CEO) not because of the experience vouchers RedBalloon is known for but because of Naomi’s [...]

  6. Sweetness & Light: Beauty Salon in Pyrmont

    Lets talk about Nails…. Finger nails, and finger nail enhancements (acrylics). Over the years these adornments have graced celebrities, royals and common folk a like – with very little thought about the chemicals involved or of the ability of the person performing the task of applying them! We all heard of or even had a [...]

  7. Pyrmont Chartered Accountant btom

    Thomas Bombotas is the practice principal and founder of btom. With 15 years of experience in helping clients of all sizes with their accounting, taxation and business services, Thomas was inspired to create btom because he believes individuals as well as small business deserve the same high levels of service as larger enterprises when it [...]

  8. Taste of Pyrmont: Food Festival with a Very Pyrmont Difference

    There are an incredible 58 restaurants in Pyrmont offering a wide variety of tasty cuisines. And to recognise and celebrate the excellence and culinary diversity of the cafes, hotels and bars in Pyrmont Village, the prestigious “Taste Of Pyrmont” competition will be held for the second year running. During the month of August, customers rate [...]

  9. Shop Local in Pyrmont and Support Your Local Community

    So why should I shop local? What are the benefits? What is the trend towards shopping local? Gladly there is a growing propensity to shop local and support the local community.

    A recent article in the Fairfax press about the survey by Parmalat dairy company and Michael Morrison, retail trends expert and Retail Course Director at Monash University, found that “80 per cent of Australians shop at least once per week in their local area.” Furthermore, Morrison reports that “Most of the research I’ve seen and been involved with is saying that people want to support their local retailers”.

    “Village Economy” is the term Morrison uses to describe the collective of community stores including independent supermarkets, general stores, mixed businesses, bakeries, cafes, petrol and convenience stores. He explains that the “village economy” is unique to every community and that it is important to support and promote the local community. [...]

  10. Urban Balcony

    Urban Balcony opened in February 2008 after owner Joanna Rogers decided to expand her Balcony Garden concept following the success of her Surry Hills store. With more of us living in compact urban spaces, Joanna identified the need for a store to help with the challenges of furnishing a balcony garden. Urban Balcony’s products are [...]

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