Gungahlin Residents Helping Hand Sees McHappy Day Break Fundraising Record

Gungahlin District residents have collectively raised $16,723 as part of this year’s McHappy Day which raised a total of $3.95 million across the country and became the most successful day in Ronald McDonald House Charities’ 25-year history.

Funds raised from the day will be used across the range of Ronald McDonald House Charities (RMHC) programs including Ronald McDonald House, Ronald McDonald Family Rooms and the Ronald McDonald Learning Program, which go towards helping seriously ill children and their families. read more

Nightmare before Christmas for Gungahlin District Workers

Silly season increases risk of workplace accidents and incidents read more

Home Timber & Hardware Gungahlin news

Since the news broke awhile back that Bunnings was coming to Gungahlin many have pondered the fate of Home Timber and Hardware that was once Magnet Mart. Today it was announced Mitre 10 owners Metcash has purchased the Home Timber & Hardware Group from Woolworths. Metcash have confirmed with us that the Gungahlin Home Timber & Hardware was not part of this agreement and continues to be owned by Woolworths. read more

Kriss Kross Salon crossing traditional norms to give back to the community

Erika Gener-Galiza and Matthew Byrne are both 26-year-old Canberrans with a passion for business and giving back to a community that has inspired them to create their ideals. read more

Canberra Fitness Centre - July Charity Challenge Month

Throughout July Canberra Fitness Centre are holding a number of donation classes to raise money for Menslink.  read more

Neighbourhood Food - business for sale

Are you a budding entrepreneur or missing the thrill of hospitality? Skip the boring hard work and logistical nightmare of establishing your own business and walk straight into Trip Advisor's number one ranked Gungahlin restaurant, with the most loyal customers and a completely set up restaurant. read more

ACCC rules on Coles buyout of Supabarn

Last year we sought feedback and comments from the public in Crace, Gungahlin, Canberra, and the Sydney suburbs that have a Supabarn store. Results were collated and the Crace Community Association put in a 48 page submission to ACCC. The strong preference of respondents was that Supabarn remained in Crace, though there were those who either didn't mind, and some who preferred the sale go ahead. We sent a representative to the ACCC forum on the topic which also contributed to our submission. read more

Chief Minister Supportive Of Innovative Local Canberra Business

“Being prepared to take a slightly different direction to innovate, to engage with the rest of the world but also to have real focus on what is happening locally” is the direction Canberra is progressing in according to ACT Chief Minister Andrew Barr who stepped out last Friday night to assist popular local business Adore Tea launch their new identity at a rebrand party on Friday night. read more

Gungahlin businesses, want to connect and network in Gungahlin?

Coming soon! You won't need to head to the city or further south to meet like minded businesses and build your referral network! - Tony Ozanne. read more

Gungahlin business wins NAIDOC business of the year award

Each year as part of NAIDOC week at the ACT NAIDOC Ball and Awards Night there is an award for the ACT NAIDOC Business of the Year award. This award aims to recognise the range of great Indigenous owned and operated businesses in the ACT. read more

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