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2012 Financial Statement

25 Mar 2013 4:36 PM

Financial Report for the year ended 31 December 2012.

This financial report is a special purpose financial report prepared in order to satisfy the financial reporting requirements of the Associations Incorporation Act . The committee has determined that the association is not a reporting entity.

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Invitation to nominate an outstanding regional ICT innovator for the iAwards

14 Mar 2013 11:58 AM

The iAwards program is Australia’s premier technology awards program. It boasts the most comprehensive array of awards which recognise the achievements and contributions that ICT makes across all facets of the Australian economy.

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Seeking Business Mentors for ABA

5 Feb 2013 4:42 PM

We are seeking business mentors for the 2013 Australian Business Week Program at Elanora State High School.

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FREE entry to Surf World

23 Jan 2013 5:00 PM

Surf World Gold Coast offers Southern Gold Coasters FREE entry on weekends from Australia Day January 26th to February 17th 2013.

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Christmas Challenge Supports Southern Gold Coast Businesses

28 Nov 2012 10:55 AMChristmas Challenge Supports Southern Gold Coast Businesses

Member for Currumbin and Minister for Small Business, Hon Jann Stuckey MP and Member for Burleigh, Michael Hart MP are challenging residents to participate in the 100% Local Christmas Challenge.

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2012 Business Award WinnersWendy HandleyTugun Community Bank Branch Bendigo Bank

In the details of the awards it would be great of you could correct the spelling of Tugun . A Chamber of Commerce should know how to spell its areas.


I live at the southern end of the Gold Coast because I hate all the high rises and other manmade monstrosities on the Northern end.

I definitely do not want a cruise ship terminal of any sort anywhere on the Gold Coast.

It would be an eyesore.

It would not bring many dollars.

It would bring many more buses to our roads.

It would spoil the look of the Coast.

It would impact badly on the marine ecosystems.

It is an attempt to grab our public land either at no cost to the developer or at minimal purchase price with no benefits to the community.

Dereka Ogden

How to spoil what people come to the Southern end of the Gold Coast for. I have spoken to many people on the beach at Bilinga and when I tell them what is proposed they are horrified and said they wouldn't return to the area if it the terminal went ahead. We have to protest loud and long to stop this stupidity. A land grab for a greedy developer.