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Telstra has undertaken extensive customer research to identify what customers want and what they want to experience in store. It’s all about showing our customers what’s possible, by demonstrating and selling the latest technology of today and tomorrow their lives will be enhanced. The Telstra Shop opened in the Devonport Mall in 2002 and one million customers later Devonport will see a major retail transition, which will set the standard for future shopping experiences. “The communications industry has changed so much since I started almost ten years ago, but I love it and I really enjoy being able to make Julie Goss a difference in the way people go about their lives “, remarks Julie Goss Devonport Sales Manager. “This is clearly the most exciting concept I have been involved in and it will provide Devonport customers with a state of the art communications experience” says Julie. “ All staff have had to be trained specially to work in Tlife and they are really looking forward to working in such a cool place” , remarks Julie. “ The layout of the store and the associated customer experience is just amazing“, says Julie enthusiastically. “ I am so proud to be a part of the team that are bringing the latest technology to the people of Devonport “ states Julie. It’s all about showing our customers what’s possible. “ It is going to be whole new ball game, but the customer service will stay the same” quips Julie. The project has been six months in the making with the majority of work being completed by Tasmanian tradesman. “ We believe in supporting Tasmanian business where ever possible, says Julie. “ The substantial investment we are making is a vote of confidence in not only Devonport and surrounds, but the entire north west coast” states Julie. The Devonport TLife will cater for customer’s the entire communication needs using the full resources of Telstra. Australia’s leading communi- cations provider , an amazing store and a terrific local team certainly do make a formidable combination. 5 DCCI Office Bearers 2008-2009 President: Eric Mobbs Office: Senior Vice-President: Sylvia Sayers Devonport Corporate Centre Vice-President: Aileen Powell Bass House, Level 1 Treasurer: Matthew McConnell Cnr. Edward & Best Streets Marketing & Promotions: Kim Robinson DEVONPORT 7310 Secretary: Barbara Prothero Alice Vernon Postal: P.O. Box 301 Committee Members: John O’Donnell DEVONPORT 7310 Grant Goodwin Sharni McConnell Telephone: Julie Foster 03 6420 7585 John van derWoude Fax: 03 6420 7586 Life Members: Mr Graeme Capp Mr. Dallas Cowan Email: Mr. Harry Hadley firstname.lastname@example.org Mr. Alan Waddle Mr. Ray Wright Web: www.dcci.org.au Graphic Design & Front Cover Design: Sympact Development: 03 6423 2051 Typesetting and Research: Advantage Sports & Events: 03 6424 9300 Printing: Richmond Concepts & Print: 03 6424 5900 ANNUAL REPORT 0809 6 Mission Statement The Chamber of commerce and Industry Inc. is a vital mechanism for the advancement of commercial, business and industrial interests in the Devonport area. The Chamber in constantly striving to improve the quality of life for residents, in concert with its contin- uing endeavors to create an economic climate conductive to the development, fostering and well-being of exciting and new commercial interest. Our mission is to be an energising and vitalizing force in the community. We seek to untie all the indus- trial, commercial and government interests for the purpose of supporting those activities which are broader then any single business or industry but which promotes the well-being of Devonport community as a whole. The chamber is a clearinghouse for ideas and is intended to be a working forum for the development of the city and it’s surrounding region. Objects and Purpose of the Chamber To promote commercial, trading, shipping and manufacturing interests in Tasmania and elsewhere and to take all the necessary measures to advance to same; To collect and disseminate information on all matter or interest to the commercial community; To use every means within its power for the removal and redress of grievances and for promotion of trade of the state; To watch over and protect the general interests of commerce; To establish and maintain a code of practice whereby the transactions of business may be simpli- fied and facilitated; To undertake by arbitration or to otherwise the settlement of disputes arising out of commerce and to record such discussions for the future help and guidance of members; To amalgamate or cooperate with any institutions, societies or associations having objects wholly or in part similar to those of the Chamber. ANNUAL REPORT 0809 7 Premier’s Message Right now, our State is confronting the same three challenges facing every State in the nation, and every nation on earth. · The management of scarce water resources; · The rapid race of the telecommunications revolution; and · The imperative for creating sustainable and renewable energy. These are the challenges that will define the 21st Century – and in each one Tasmania has a natural advantage that we need to harness. In water, we get 12% of the country’s rainfall, on 1½ of its landmass – that is the inbuilt ad- vantage that we are harnessing through $400 million worth of irrigation projects that can see us become the food bowl of Australia. Through our paddock-to-plate strategy, we will create a continuum of food excellence that runs all the way from the farmer in the field to the plates of Tasmania’s world-class food and wine tourism operators. In telecommunications, the roll-out of the NBN will connect 200,000 homes, schools, hospi- tals and businesses – creating a Tasmania that can become a test-bed for the most tech- nologically advanced e-health, e-education and e-business opportunities on earth. Tasmania is Australia’s renewable energy powerhouse – we are the single biggest producer of renewable energy in the nation. By supporting a massive investment in renewable energy – in wind, wave, hot rocks and others – we can become a global leader. The key to harnessing these three opportunities is build the best education system in the nation – one that gives our kids the new generation skills for the new generation jobs that are coming their way. We are investing record amounts in the early years, in literacy and numeracy, and in post- year 10 education, to make our vision of being the best in Australia by 2016 a reality. These are the things that will drive Tasmania’s economic growth in the next decade and beyond, and will enable us to address the three ‘Ps’ of Population, Productivity, and Participation. If we get the economic settings right – if we turn global challenges into Tasmanian opportuni- ties – we can support a new decade of Tasmanian growth. The support and drive of local businesses right around Tasmania – including on the north- west coast – will be vital if Tasmania is to achieve all that it can in this next decade. David Bartlett Premier ANNUAL REPORT 0809 8 President’s Message Eric Mobbs This has been one of consolidation. With the current economic situation we were forced to postpone the North West Commerce and Industry awards due to lack of sponsors. This has meant that we were forced to hold back on some activities due to a lack of funds, in spite of this the Chamber still managed a small surplus. Our first network meeting held at the East Devonport Recreation Centre was very successful and we will be holding more in the future. During the year Barb Prothero left as our secretary after 2 years in the position, Barb did the Chamber proud in her time with us and we wish her well in the future. We welcome her replacement Alice Vernon. The Chamber once again was able to run the Jazz and Dine Dinner in July as part of the Jazz weekend and the evening was well supported with 100 guests present. Next year we are hoping for a full house of 150. The chamber was represented at the RPDC hearing for the Homemaker Centre and also has made representation to the Government in relation to the Science Imaginarium fol- lowing on Councils decision to possibly close the facility at the end of this year. Representation has also been made to Council regarding the new car parking charges for Saturday Morning. I wish to thank all of the Executive committee for their assis- tance this year without them and our sponsors the Chamber would not exist. ANNUAL REPORT 0809 9 Mayor’s Message Devonport Chamber of Commerce & Industry Annual Report As Mayor, on behalf of Devonport City Council, I would like to acknowledge the important role the Devonport Chamber of Commerce & Industry plays in this city’s continued economic growth. Devonport is geographically well-placed to become the service and retail centre for North -West Tasmania. Council recognises the benefits of working in partnership with business and community groups to achieve our vision of Devonport being a thriving and welcoming regional City living lightly by the river and sea. One of Council’s key strategies is to manage strategic urban development to support the “Go for Growth” initiatives that support the CBD and reduces fragmentation. Council also plans to improve the City’s physical access and connectivity and to develop and maintain a high profile City entrance and streetscape that enhances and maintains Devonport’s character. It is vitally important that Council works in partnership with industry and government to pursue opportunities and address impediments to further economic development, to identify future infrastructure needs of business and industry and pursue implementation options. Equally important is the need to promote and encourage the development of initiatives that maximises use of the local economy, retains local expenditure and captures leakages. The natural beauty of the area combined with the sea gateway to the island and home to the Spirit of Tasmania provides the foundations to become a welcoming regional city with a strong economy. Council is committed to providing leadership to the community by balancing the various needs of industry, business, the community, government and the environment to ensure Devonport is a regional leader with a strong and sustainable future. Ald Lynn Laycock Mayor ANNUAL REPORT 0809 10 Marketing Report Kim Robinson It is with much pleasure that I present this report for your perusal. The past year has been a very busy one with a few challenges. Early in the year we made the decision to change the format of the Awards to Leader- ship Awards however due to a variety of circumstances, the major one being the economic downturn we were unable to secure adequate sponsors to make the project viable for the Chamber. Ongoing discussions with the Launceston Chamber of Commerce then allowed us to align our Awards to theirs and other Cham- bers in the North of the State are following suit. We are confident this will lead to state awards for all of our category winners. The North West Business and Industry Awards will now be launched in February and the Gala Dinner that will also celebrate the amazing food and beverage produced in this region will be held in May of 2010. We held our first Members meeting and this was a great success and will be an ongoing event on our calen- dar. Business Women’s Luncheons have continued to be well patronized and this year we also re- introduced Business Men’s Luncheons sponsored by O Group. Our variety of network functions for both genders of our membership have been well attended and we have been fortunate with all of our events to have interesting and informative guest speakers give their time willingly to the Chamber. We continue to be a pro-active Chamber taking issues for our members to local council and state govern- ment. As you know we have had a change in Secretary and I would like to thank Barb Prothero for her contribution to the day to day activities and welcome our new Secretary Alice Vernon to the role. I was overseas when Alice started and she has taken to the job like a duck to water so I look forward to working with Alice in the future to ensure our members are well catered for with networking functions and professional development. The Shadforths Office Professionals and Managers Breakfast was a sell out again and this event continues to be considered one of the major networking events on the North West Coast. I must make special mention of Qantaslink for their fantastic support for the chamber this year. We were able to assist Qantaslink with the launch of the new Q400 aircraft servicing Devonport, earlier this year. Pure Tasmania continue to provide amazing support for our major events and BJ’s Pharmacy provide prizes for every activity we organize. I would like to thank all of our Platinum, Diamond and Gold Members and pay tribute to 7AD Radio for the support they provide in promoting our activities. We also have a great relationship with the Advocate and recently received a commitment from Win Television to assist us in many areas of promotion and advertising. Can I also thank Powertek Australia for their support of the Jazz Dine and Dance event this year which was a huge success and a night that was enjoyed by everyone who attended. Thanks to the Executive members that have supported my role and in particular I would like to acknowledge the hard work that Eric Mobbs our Presidents does for the Chamber. I have thoroughly enjoyed my role with the Chamber and hope that we can continue to grow and provide activities for our members that are of benefit to their business and our community. To all our members and sponsors a huge thank you for your ongoing support and I welcome any ideas you may have to improve our service to you. Kim Robinson – Marketing Executive ANNUAL REPORT 0809 11 2009 Held at Hightide Resturant Devonport Greeted with a glass of fabulous Barringwood champagne followed with a succulent four course meal prepared by Kelvin Bowers and his team at Hightide . A special mention must go to Nichols Poultry who very kindly supplied the turkey and chicken breasts . We were entertained by jazz trio ‘A Touch Of Class’ Who proved to be a very classy act, and were enjoyed immensely by dancers and those who just wished to listen. A very successful night and a great time was had by all. ANNUAL REPORT 0809 12 Auditor’s Report Barrie Hall I have audited the accompanying accounts for the year ending 30th June 2009 in accordance with the Australian Auditing Standards. In my opinion:- a.) Devonport Chamber of Commerce & Industry Inc. has kept proper accounting records and other books during the period covered by the accounts. b.) The accompanying accounts are properly drawn up and in accor dance with the Association’s Incorporation Act (1964) so as to give a true and fair view of the state of affairs as at 30th June 2009 and of the results for that period ending that date according to the information given to me, the books of the Association and the explanations given. c.) The accounts are properly drawn up so as to exhibit a true and correct view of the Association’s financial position according to the information at my disposal and the explanations given to me. d.) The rules relating to the administration of the Association’s funds have been observed. Dated at Devonport 24th August 2009 BARRIE .K. HALL Honorary Auditor ANNUAL REPORT 0809 13 Income and Expenditure Statement Income 2009 2008 Membership $29,867.27 $26,135.45 Functions $11,883.92 $ 8,855.93 Office Professional & Management Breakfast $ 4,845.43 $ 3,414.25 Sponsorship $ 3,840.91 $ 2,163.65 Advertising Revenue $ $ 820.00 Awards Functions $ 4,218.18 $20,239.70 Interest received $ 830.78 $ 1,234.68 Secretarial Income $ 3,787.95 $ Other income $ 3,377.45 $ 573.01 Total income $62,651.89 $63,436.67 Expenses Administration Expenses $ 6,497.69 $12,064.30 Awards Expenditure $ 100.00 $ 560.22 Bank Fees And Charges $ 560.08 $ 681.36 Insurance $ 643.02 $ 643.02 Marketing Expenses $ 5,454.55 $ 5,454.55 Postage $ 1,366.57 $ 664.28 Printing & stationery $ 4,114.07 $ 3,111.46 Office Rent $ $ 80.00 Dues & Subscriptions $ $ 934.09 Sundry expenses $ 181.68 $ 117.36 Superannuation $ 3,255.41 $ 1,748.60 Telephone $ 2,702.14 $ 2,186.07 BigPond BroadBand $ $ 145.28 Other Employer Expenses $ $ 1,279.87 Wages $36,589.55 $33,019.56 Total expenses $61,464.76 $62,690.02 Profit (loss) from ordinary activities before income tax $1,187.13 $ 746.65 Income tax revenue relating to ordinary activities Net profit (loss) attributable to the association $1,187.13 $ 746.65 Total changes in equity of the association $1,187.13 $ 746.65 Opening retained profits $25,434.22 $24,687.57 Net profit (loss) attributable to the association $1,187.13 $ 746.65 Closing retained profits $26,621.35 $25,434.22 The accompanying notes form part of these financial statements. These statements should be read in conjunction with the attached compilation report. ANNUAL REPORT 0809 14 Devonport Chamber of Commerce & Industry Inc Current Assets 2009 2008 Cash Assets Cash in Bank $13637.23 $12,654.76 Westpac Maxi Account $14,185.40 $ Cash on Hand $ 71.00 $ 56.00 Petty Cash $ 27.67 $ 35.30 Tasmanian Perpetual Trustees $ $14,343.37 $27,921.30 $27,089.43 Receivables Accounts Receivable $ 5,370.45 $ 4,318.05 $ 5,370.45 $ 4,318.05 Total Current Assets Non-Current Assets Property, Plant and Equipment Furniture & Fittings $ 1,908.00 $ 1,908.00 $ 1,908.00 $ 1,908.00 Total Non-Current Assets $ 1,908.00 $ 1,908.00 Total Assets $35,199.75 $33,315.48 Current Liabilities Payables Unsecured: Trade creditors $ 832.32 $ 1,027.86 $ 832.32 $ 1,027.86 Current Tax Liabilities GST payable control account $ 5,121.86 $ 4,380.90 Amounts withheld from salary and wages $ 1,855.00 $ 1,848.00 Superannuation Payable $ 769.22 $ 624.50 $ 7,746.08 $ 6,853.40 Total Current Liabilities $ 8,578.40 $ 7,881.26 Total Liabilities $ 8,578.40 $ 7,881.26 Net Assets $26,621.35 $25,434.22 Members' Funds Accumulated surplus (deficit) $26,621.35 $25,434.22 Total Members' Funds $26,621.35 $25,434.22 The accompanying notes form part of these financial statements. These statements should be read in conjunction with the attached compilation report. ANNUAL REPORT 0809 15 DCCI PAST PRESIDENTS 1940-41 A H Marshall 1975-76 D J Cowan 1941-42 A H Marshall 1977-78 E G Forward 1942-43 A H Marshall 1978-79 B L Cobbett 1943-44 S S B Purves 1979-80 A R Arnott & B E Crowden 1944-45 S S B Purves 1980-81 B E Crowden 1945-46 F H Haines 1981-82 G E Capp 1946-47 F H Haines 1982-83 G E Capp 1947-48 A W G Luck 1983-84 A M Waddle 1948-49 A W G Luck 1984-85 A M Waddle 1949-50 J R Henry 1985-86 B E Crowden 1950-51 J R Henry 1986-87 B F Chandler 1951-52 J B Coleman 1987-88 B F Chandler 1952-53 J B Coleman 1988-89 D K Grant 1953-54 R A Broomby 1989-90 D K Grant 1954-55 R A Broomby 1990-91 H Hadley 1955-56 P R Stone 1991-92 H Hadley 1956-57 P R Stone 1992-93 H Hadley 1957-58 D J Finlayson 1993-94 R Colbeck 1958-59 D J Finlayson 1994-95 R Colbeck 1959-60 W O Jones & T C Button 1995-96 R Colbeck 1960-61 T C Button 1996-97 P R Ibbott 1961-62 T C Button 1997-98 P R Ibbott 1962-63 V C J Truskett 1998-99 R Colbeck 1963-64 V C J Truskett 1999-2000 R Colbeck 1964-65 W H Henry 2000-01 A C Read 1965-66 W H Henry 2001-02 A C Read 1966-67 K L Harries 2002-03 P K M Viney 1967-68 K L Harries 2003-04 E Mobbs 1968-69 H R Twilley 2004-05 E Mobbs 1969-70 H R Twilley & C F Clements 2005-06 E Mobbs 1970-71 C F Clements 2006-07 J T Hatto 1971-72 C F Clements 2007-08 J T Hatto 1973-74 I G Webb 2008-09 E Mobbs 1974-75 D J Cowan ANNUAL REPORT 0809 16 Business Achiever Award Each year the Devonport Chamber of Commerce & Industry wishes to honour achievement by a busi- nessperson within the Devonport region. This Award is to recognise and applaud conspicuous busi- ness development or achievement resulting from commercial enterprise and endeavour. Year Recipient Company 1988 John F White Delta Hydraulics 1989 Dimitrios (Jimmy) Trambas Doric Engineering 1990 Chas Kelly Chas Kelly Transport 1991 Royce & Dorothea Fairbrother RT & DJ Fairbrother Pty Ltd 1992 Peter R Gilham Vecon Pty Ltd 1993 LR (Buz) Green & MJ (Mike) Gow Serve-Ag Pty Ltd 1994 Una & Peter Rockliff Petuna Pty Ltd 1995 Graeme & Eunice Davis Tasmanian Clothing Company 1996 Neil J W Armstrong Harvest Moon Division of Forth Farm Produce P/L 1997 C (Mac) Russell & Neville Smith Russell Smith Pty Ltd 1998 Brian & Carol Wilson MineCom Pty Ltd 1999 John & Megan Hill Hills Transplants Pty Ltd 2000 John & Veronica Palmer John Palmer Plumbing Pty Ltd 2001 Derek & Angela Murray Riverview Nurseries 2002 Kem Perkins Devonport Port Authority 2003 Barry & Janene Wilczynski BJ’s Pharmacy & Santa’s Workshop 2004 Ian Murcott & Cinni Coates Ampol 24hr Service Station 2005 Kerry Gibson Tasfreight 2006 John Phillips Tassie Home Loans Pty Ltd 2007 Chas Kelly Chas Kelly Transport 2008 Adam Brooks Maintenance Systems Solutions Pty Ltd 2008 Business Achiever Award Recipient ; Adam Brooks ANNUAL REPORT 0809 17 Platinum Members Radio 7AD/SeaFM Telstra Country Wide Federal Group/Pure Tasmania Devonport Corporate Centre Tasmanian Skills Institute Diamond Members BJ’s Pharmacy & Santa’s Workshop Shadforths Financial Group Gold Members The Advocate Newspaper Aurora Energy Australia Post Molly Malones Sympact Richmond Concepts & Print Barringwood Park Vineyard Ghost Rock Cellar Door & Vineyard J. Boag & Son Brewing ANNUAL REPORT 0809 18 R.J. Burgess Perpetual Trophy for the Most Improved Industrial Site in East Devonport In 1985, Captain (ret) Dick Burgess gave the trophy award to encourage industrial businesses in East Devonport to improve the visual amenity of their premises. A well known and highly respected citizen of Devonport with a long record of support and interest in the future of the city. The suburb of East Devonport has recently had a renovation through the auspices of the $5m Devonport Eastern Shore Project, which has invigorated the village and foreshore precincts. East Devonport is the place where approximately 125,000 tourists arrive in Tasmania via the Spirit of Tasmania. One of the cheif aims of the project was to divert light and heavy traffic to enable the arrival experience for tourists in what is a working port area, to be enhanced and allow for more appropriate access and egress. 2009 R.J.Burgess Perpetual Trophy Has been awarded to The Signmakers 129 Wright St East Devonport ANNUAL REPORT 0809 19 A background of The Signmakers The Signmakers first started in 1996 under the name of Paint'n Signs in a small shopfront in King Street in Devonport with 2 partners. After 3 months Greg Wheatley purchased his partners share which proved to be a positive move as it continued to forge ahead. Initially there was 12 signwriting business's in Devonport in 1996 but within 4 years it was down to just 4 or 5 and presently still about the same. After 18 months of trading Paint'n Signs went on to purchase another local sign firm known as The Signmaker also known as Masoncraft Signs this coincided with a move into bigger premises in Steele St, Devonport then becoming known as The Signmakers. This proved to be a good move but after another 18 months we had outgrown the new premises and went on to purchase a bigger building in Spreyton along with aquiring a local screenprinting firm. We actually out grew these premises within 12 months but decided we had moved enough, so we stayed for 6 years until deciding to build a new purpose built factory in East Devonport. The factory sits on almost an acre of land which overlooks western Devonport and is situated in the shipping & port precinct, the factory complex consists of 3 main factories totalling approx 1500m2. After 4 years in the new East Devonport complex The Signmakers went on to purchase Zenith Signs in Hobart, this came about because we felt we needed to service our growing southern client base, If Zenith Signs did not come about when it did we would have opened a new factory in Hobart but the staffing of it would always be an issue. The Signmakers have experienced a massive growth rate over recent years and have recently broken into the Victorian market as well with our team of installers well conversed with country and metropolitan Victoria. Greg Wheatley is the sole Director of this vibrant company but the success is credited to his loyal and creative team totalling 32 between the 2 facilities. ANNUAL REPORT 0809 20 Business Achiever Award: Nominees 2009 Bruce Gowans ~ Commencing business in Devonport in 1969, Bruce established Ling Gowans Motors in partnership with then motor racing colleague and friend, Alan Ling. The pair operated out of a small show- room and yard in Best Street initially selling a number of different brands and even marine boats. The busi- ness quickly consolidated to become a Toyota only new car franchise from which Alan and Bruce enjoyed much recognition from Toyota Australia as a top achieving dealership time and time again. Within the community Ling Gowans Toyota also gained much recognition as a respected business leader operating with integrity. In harmonisation Bruce held a great sense of community and demonstrated this spirit in supporting community events and groups where possible. In 1994 following Alan’s retirement, the business began trading as Bruce Gowans Toyota. Bruce continued this successful journey, and over the next 10 years was able to expand his business presence to extend across the entire North-West Coast servicing the needs of Toyota customers from Devonport through to Smithton. More recently Bruce has retired and his son Adam manages the daily operations of the business. Gowans Toyota is the only locally owned new car franchise operating in Devonport, and consequently the only locally owned franchise dealership servicing the entire North West Coast. 2009 marks the 40th year of the Gowans Motor Group operation. This mile stone year is being celebrated with the establishment of a fantastic new facility in the heart of Devonport which will provide Devonport people a wonderful place have their motoring needs catered to for many years to come. Don Halliwell is a director at Halliwell First National with his son Alan. He has over 45 years experience in real estate, making him one of the longest serving estate agents in Tasmania. Don commenced his real estate career in 1957 in Launceston and moved to Devonport as a 20 year old when he purchased the firm of A.C. Day and Son in 1960, now known as Halliwell First National. Don is a licenced auctioneer and specializes in commercial and industrial real estate. He is recognized as one of the leading commercial sales people on the North West Coast. He has consistently won the Real Estate Institute of Tasmania Highest Sales Award for Commercial Sales on the North West Coast since it’s inception and was also awarded Commercial/Rural Prin- cipal of the Year in 2005. Don has taken an active interest in many organizations over the years, such as the Devonport Chamber of Commerce, Rotary, and the Real Estate Institute and was a member of the General Council for Tasmanian Trust Bank for several years. Gareth Atkins became an equal partner of Synectic in 2005. Well-known in the region as an elite cyclist, he has worked at the firm for the past 17 years. Gareth specialises in the provision of tax and superannuation strategies to small and medium enterprises and wealth accumulators. He is also specifically interest in Self Managed Superannuation Funds and business advisory services. Beginning his career with the firm upon completion of year 12, Gareth has achieved exceptional educational achievements. In 2004 he attained the highest mark in Tasmania and received the Candidate of the Year award in the post-graduate Chartered Ac- countants Program. He was admitted to the Institute of Chartered Accountants in February 2005. An ambitious high achiever, Gareth built his career while he continued to ride competitively at a national and international level, competing against professional athletes while himself holding down a demanding full-time job at Syn- ectic. And just for good measure, he is father to three young children - twin boys and a girl. Gareth's is admired and respected for his commitment to his family and his drive to excel in both professional and sporting pursuits. In his professional life, Gareth is much valued for his commitment to developing the firm through innovative practices and his personal investment in building strong relationships with staff and clients ANNUAL REPORT 0809 21 ANNUAL REPORT 0809 22 23 24 ANNUAL REPORT 0809 25 ANNUAL REPORT 0809 26 PARTNERSHIP OPPORTUNITIES AVAILABLE The Devonport Chamber of Commerce and Industry are offering our members the opportunity to become an Awards Partner. By sponsoring one of the categories of the Awards you will receive a range of benefits to assist in the promotion of your good business name, its products and services. With excellent support from 7AD/7BU Radio, The Advocate Newspaper and Win Television your business will receive excellent recognition via our media partners and also via our various publica- tions relating to the awards and our the DCCI Website. Many more benefits are part of the pack- age so if you would like to know more then please contact our Marketing Executive, Kim Robinson by phoning (03) 6424 9300 during business hours or contacting her on email email@example.com. You may also be interested in becoming a supporting partner for the Awards Gala Dinner which will highlight the amazing variety of food and beverage producers in the region. Put this date in your diary Saturday 8th May 2010 ~ Black Tie Dinner and Dance featuring food and beverage sourced exclusively from the North West Region Venue to be advised ANNUAL REPORT 0809 25 27 Successful Start Up ~ This category is open to innovative businesses that have commenced opera- tions in the last 5 years and generate economic growth for the North West Region or any municipality within the region. Small Hospitality Business ~ This category is open to hospitality operators with up to 15 full time equivalent employees and recognizes the special contribution that the small business sector make to the regions tourism industry. Outstanding Visitor Experience ~ This category is open to tourism and hospitality businesses/ or events that can demonstrate their commitment in consistently delivering an exceptional visitor experience which allows them to stand out from their competitors. Better Workplace ~ This category is open to organizations/businesses /associations that can demon- strate they provide modern workplace practices and a stimulating and supportive workplace. Building Communities ~ This category is not open for entry. This award is presented to an Award Final- ist that contributes to the social capital and well being of the community. Corporate Citizen ~ This category is open to organizations/businesses/associations that can demon- strate a sense of responsibility as Corporate Citizens. This Award will also include and recognize a new strategy called Budget of Care. This is a simple ethical strategy and organization develops as part of its strategic planning to help address current social and environmental concerns. It is a tool for the organizations governance and articulates in a non-financial manner how it prioritise these concerns. It is drawn up by the organization leaders, either alone or in conjunction with their stakeholders, and is appraised annually. It may consist of any number of points thorough is likely to be contained in one page. Best Environment Practice ~ This category recognizes businesses and organizations that have made a strong commitment to environmental improvement as part of their day to day operations. Enhancing Regional Culture ~ This category is open to sporting and arts groups, festival, cultur- al and community events and organizations/businesses/associations that positively impact on and generate outcomes that have long term benefits for the cultural lifestyle of the North West region Entrepreneurial Award ~ This category is open to organizations/businesses/associations that have achieved outstanding commercial success and sustainable growth. Entrants should demonstrate an initiative and willingness to undertake bold new ventures. Export ~ This category is open to businesses that can demonstrate best practice in export in any industry sector. Innovation Award ~ This category is open to organizations/businesses/associations that can demon- strate the ability to adapt to operating environments e.g. changes resulting from globalization, new industry and retail trend and practices, government legislation, trade agreements etc. Not for Profit ~ This category is open to not for profit organizations who are achieving outstanding work with the North West Community in areas such as volunteer work, initiatives in social enterprise and charitable work. Judges Inspiration ~ This category is not open for entry. This Award is presented to an Award finalist at the judges discretion. Business Hall of Fame Inductee ~ This category is not open for entry. This inaugural award will be selected from our Award Winners from previous years. Business of the Year ~ This category is not open for entry. The winner of this award will be select- ed by the Award Judges from the 2009 Category winners. ANNUAL REPORT 0809 28 NORTHERN TASMANIAN RADIO BROADCASTERS PTY. LTD DEVONPORT RADIO CENTRE 7AD and 107.7 SEA FM Radio 7AD and Sea FM Devonport cover an area from Penguin in the West to Port Sorrel in the East, Sheffield and Railton in the South, Ulverstone and Devonport areas, home to over 65,000 people. Under the Tasmanian Broadcasters banner, along with our sister stations, 7HOFM in Hobart, 7LAFM in Launceston, 7XS in Queenstown, 7BU and 101.7 Sea FM in Burnie, 7SD and Sea FM in North East Tasmania, and our local Devonport Stations 7AD and 107.7 Sea FM, we have made extensive investments this year to improve and build on our local programming. To this end we employed an additional 2 full time announcers this year. Another most popular addition to our program line up on Sea FM this year has been the Hamish and Andy Show that is now heard every weekday afternoon between 4 and 6pm. We have enjoyed supporting and participating in many local events including the Devonport Cup, Devonport Apex Regatta, the Rotary Club of Devonport Kite Festival, the Devonport Show, Taste the Harvest, Destination Devonport, the Devonport Jazz Festival, Devonport Apex Christmas Parade, the Sheffield Mural Fest, Ulverstone Santa Dash just to name a few. We also proudly sponsor many local sporting clubs and community groups including the Devonport Football Club, the NTFL, the North West Thunder, the East Devonport Football Club, the Latrobe International Speedway, as well as Meals on Wheels, the Salvation Army, and conducted a most successful Appeal earlier this year to assist the Red Cross with donations for the Victorian bushfire victims. Recently, we also finalised our local ‘Can you Help Us’ Winter Appeal which has been supported by Murcotts Caltex Service Station for years. We raised over $6,051.75 for the children's ward at the Mersey Community Hospital in Latrobe and highlighted once again the generosity of the communities in our area. We have enjoyed very loyal and continually growing support from the local business community throughout the 2008/2009 period – and are always accessible to local business and community groups. We offer our listeners a window to the world as well as the opportunity to keep informed and up to date with local events and news and local information and we are looking forward to serving our community in 2009/2010. Sylvia Sayers, General Manager Devonport Radio Centre 7AD/SeaFM Ph: 03 64 241919 firstname.lastname@example.org ANNUAL REPORT 0809 29 DEVONPORT CORPORATE CENTRE Fully Serviced Offices - Your very own stylish and professionally fitted office, in the heart of Devonport. Run your business from the Devonport CBD location with a Serviced Office in the Devonport Corporate Centre. You will enjoy the best facilities, support and IT infrastructure without the investment and long term commitment. As a Devonport Corporate Centre client you will have a dedicated receptionist, access to a corporate meeting room, access to secretarial assistance. Services are available on a flexible monthly-by-month basis to ensure that you can control your time and costs most effectively For enquiries, contact the Devonport Corporate Centre today! Phone: 03 64207500 or 0408 850 629 ANNUAL REPORT 0809 30 CLASSIFIED DIRECTORY OF MEMBERS AGRICULTURE/HORTICULTURE Mr Peter George Veolia Environmental Services Rick Rockliﬀ p.6244 0050 f.6244 0055 Sassafras Farms email@example.com 90 Churchill's Road SASSAFRAS 7307 p. 6426 7283 f. 6426 7320 Toni Muir e. rrockliﬀ@tmaau.jnj.com St Vincent de Paul Society 18 Murray Street DEVONPORT 7310 Buz Green p 6427 7100 f. 6427 7022 Serve‐Ag Pty Ltd e. firstname.lastname@example.org 6181 Frankford Road DEVONPORT 7310 p. 6498 6800 f. 6427 0801 Anne e Rockliﬀ e. patrobertson@serve‐ag.com.au Parakaleo Ministries Inc. 113 William Street DEVONPORT 7310 Ian Macleod p. 6423 3819 f. 6423 3826 Peracto Pty Ltd e. email@example.com 16 Hillcrest Road DEVONPORT 7310 p. 6423 2044 f 6423 4876 Diana Parish e. firstname.lastname@example.org Whitelion Inc. 64 Stewart Street DEVONPORT 7310 COMMUNITY SERVICES p. 6423 4507 f. 6423 6051 e. email@example.com Steve Daley Devonﬁeld Enterprises Roslyn Atkinson 133 Middle Road DEVONPORT 7310 Youth & Family Focus p. 6424 6133 f. 6424 9952 81 Oldaker Street DEVONPORT 7310 e. info@devonﬁeld.com.au p. 6423 6635 f. 6423 6642 e. yaﬀ@yaﬀ.com.au Jenny Donnelly Lifeline North West Tas. Inc. PRINTING & RELATED SERVICES 21 Fenton Way DEVONPORT 7310 Colin Arnold p. 6424 6547 f. 6424 9522 Richmond Concepts & Print e. firstname.lastname@example.org 10 ‐ 12 Wenvoe Street DEVONPORT 7310 p. 6424 5900 f. 6424 5258 Kelli Bishop e. oﬃce@richmondprint.com.au Mission Australia 5‐9 Rooke Street DEVONPORT 7310 p. 6423 2196 f. 6423 2251 e. email@example.com ANNUAL REPORT 0809 31 CLASSIFIED DIRECTORY OF MEMBERS Rodney & Janice Stagg NEWS, MEDIA & RELATED SERVICES R & J Publishing Shop 1, 103 Oldaker Street DEVONPORT 7310 Abe Udy p. 6424 5441 f. 6424 1272 Abe’s Audio e. firstname.lastname@example.org 27 Elizabeth Street DEVONPORT 7310 p. 6424 2466 f. 6423 4114 Marie Leicester e. produc email@example.com Bistec (Business Technologies (Tas) Pty Ltd) PO Box 528 Burnie 7320 Sylvia Sayers p. 6431 2655 f. 6431 8282 Radio 7AD/SeaFM ‐ Devonport e. firstname.lastname@example.org 2 Hillcrest Road DEVONPORT 7310 p. 6424 1919 f. 6424 9613 e. email@example.com Phil Leersen BUILDING/CONSTRUCTION The Examiner Newspaper Pty Ltd & ALLIED INDUSTRIES PO Box 99 LAUNCESTON 7250 P. 6336 7111 f. 6331 4858 Greg Sharman E. firstname.lastname@example.org Russell‐Smith Pty Ltd 8 Stoney Rise Road DEVONPORT 7310 Carolyn Horne p. 6420 4333 f. 6420 4345 Southern Cross Television e. email@example.com 4 Rooke Street DEVONPORT 7310 p. 6424 5011 f. 6424 9401 Kim Hill e. firstname.lastname@example.org Shane Hill Electrical Pty Ltd 136 William Street DEVONPORT 7310 Rod Tremayne p. 6423 3444 f. 6423 3466 The Advocate Newspaper e. email@example.com PO Box 63 BURNIE 7320 P. 6440 7400 f. 6440 7340 Phillip Ma hews E. firstname.lastname@example.org Ma hews Construc ons Pty Ltd 40 Appledore Street DEVONPORT 7310 Paul Simpson p. 6424 4444 f. 6424 9265 Win Television Tas. Pty Ltd e. admin@ma hewscon.com.au 61a Best Street DEVONPORT 7310 p. 6424 9998 f. 6424 2990 Karen Bell e. email@example.com Dowlings On Site Engineering 101 Pardoe Road WESLEY VALE 7307 p. 6427 7717 f. 6427 7709 e. firstname.lastname@example.org ANNUAL REPORT 0809 32 CLASSIFIED DIRECTORY OF MEMBERS FINANCE & INSURANCE Damon Twibell ANZ Banking Group Heather Sheppard 36 Rooke Street DEVONPORT 7310 Tasmanian Perpetual Trustees p. 6423 0109 f. 6423 0132 70 Rooke Street DEVONPORT 7310 e. email@example.com p. 6498 7744 f. 6498 7746 e. firstname.lastname@example.org Gerry Callander Westpac Banking Corpora on John Phillips Business Banking Manager Tassie Home Loans 33 Stewart Street DEVONPORT 7310 Edward Street DEVONPORT 7310 P. (03) 6449 9926 f. (03) 6424 9360 p. 6423 1255 f. 6424 9007 email@example.com e. firstname.lastname@example.org Ma hew McConnell Shadforths LTD PO Box 349 Devonport 7310 P (03 6498 7777 f. (03) 6424 3177 e. ma email@example.com Athol Quilliam Quilliam Financial Services Pty Ltd Devonport Corporate Centre HOSPITALITY Bass House, Level 1 DEVONPORT 7310 p (03) 6424 5056 f. (03) 6423 1189 Shaun Johnston E.firstname.lastname@example.org Bella’s Pizza Café Restaurant 159 Rooke Street DEVONPORT 7310 Michelle Muir p. 6424 7933 f. 6424 6793 B & E Ltd e. email@example.com 21 Best Street DEVONPORT 7310 . p. 6421 4477 f. 6421 4422 Kelvin Bowers e. michelemuir@b‐e.com.au High de Waterfront Restaurant 17 Devonport Road DEVONPORT TAS 7310 p. 6424 6200 f. 6424 6220 e. firstname.lastname@example.org ANNUAL REPORT 0809 33 CLASSIFIED DIRECTORY OF MEMBERS INFO TECH/ COMMUNICATION Paul Smith Molly Malones Julie Goss 34 Best Street DEVONPORT 7310 Total Communica ons p. 6424 1898 f. 6424 9065 69 Rooke Street DEVONPORT 7310 e. email@example.com p. 6424 1788 f. 6424 1322 e. firstname.lastname@example.org Bonnie & Luke Phillips Zest Espresso & Juice Bar Jonathan Ha o 105 Rooke Street DEVONPORT 7310 Sympact p. 6423 3854 19 Best Street DEVONPORT 7310 e. zestcoﬀee@aapt.net.au p. 6423 2051 f. 6423 2460 e. email@example.com Karen Phillips Federal Group Alan Alwood Manager Inspired i‐Land Community Enterprise c/‐ 10 Casino Rise LAUNCESTON 7250 40 Canning Street LAUNCESTON 7250 p. (03) 6335 5791 f. (03) 6335 5794 p. 6333 3333 E. Karen.firstname.lastname@example.org e. email@example.com Mandy Atkins‐Cock MERCHANTS & WHOLESALERS Peelz Courthouse Café 145 Rooke Street DEVONPORT 7310 Stuart Richey p. (03) 6423 5373 Richey Fishing Co. Pty Ltd 18 Stewart Street DEVONPORT 7310 Steve Mar n p. 6424 4880 f. 6424 4181 The Three Amigos on King e. richeyﬁsh@tassie.net.au P.O.Box 24 p.64241775 Nigel Squibb e. firstname.lastname@example.org Tasfresh Pty. Ltd PO Box 670 DEVONPORT 7310 P. 6427 2065 f. 6427 2733 E. email@example.com ANNUAL REPORT 0809 34 CLASSIFIED DIRECTORY OF MEMBERS LEISURE, RECREATION & TOURIST FACILITIES Brian Wade Mersey Yacht Club Inc Vanessa Wells Anchor Drv EAST DEVONPORT 7310 Argosy Motor Inn P. 6427 8655 f. 6427 7655 221 Tarleton Street EAST DEVONPORT 7310 firstname.lastname@example.org p. (03) 6427 8872 f. (03) 6424 9819 e. email@example.com Tally Wainwright Quality Gateway Inn Cate Arnold 16 Fenton DEVONPORT 7310 Ghost Rock Vineyards p. 6424 4922 f. 6424 7720 PO Box 311 e. firstname.lastname@example.org Devonport 7310 e. email@example.com Pat O'Donnell Harvey World Travel Howard Smith 139 William Street DEVONPORT 7310 Cradle Coast Tours p. 6424 5544 f. 6424 9709 14 Main Street ULVERSTONE 7315 e. firstname.lastname@example.org p.6425 5854 e. email@example.com Judy Robinson Barringwood Park Vineyard Gina Timms 60 Gillams Road LOWER BARRINGTON 7306 Devonport Basketball Council Inc p. 6492 3140 f. 6492 3360 PO Box 526 DEVONPORT 7310 e. firstname.lastname@example.org p. 6424 2440 e. email@example.com Michael Stork Devonport Golf Club Melissa Herbert 66 Woodrising Avenue SPREYTON 7310 Devonport Harness Racing Club p. 6427 2381 f. 6427 2381 PO Box 26 DEVONPORT 7310 e. firstname.lastname@example.org p. 6424 4479 e. email@example.com Judy Moore Marke ng Devonport Dalene & Leanne Laycock 92 Formby Road DEVONPORT 7310 Flesh Therapy p. 6424 8176 f. 6424 8476 U2/37 Steele St DEVONPORT 7310 e. firstname.lastname@example.org p. 6423 2727 e. mail@ﬂeshtherapy.com.au ANNUAL REPORT 0809 35 CLASSIFIED DIRECTORY OF MEMBERS Murray Smith Robin Johnson Murrays Day Out Fonterra Australia 15 King Street 155 Mersey Road SPREYTON 7310 Devonport 7310 p. 6421 2000 f. 6427 3255 p. 0427252493 e. email@example.com e. firstname.lastname@example.org Shane Smith Wolfgang Koch Penstock Distributors Edgewater 51 Don Road DEVONPORT 7310 4 Thomas Street EAST DEVONPORT 7310 p. 6424 4611 f. 6424 9282 p. 6427 8441 f. 6427 7900 e. email@example.com e. wmk@edgewater‐devonport.com.au Robbie Paul Karen Bramich J. Boag & Son Brewing Mersey River Cruises 25 Argyle Street HOBART TAS 7001 PO Box 906 DEVONPORT 7310 p. 6230 9111 f. 6230 9195 P. 6423 1699 f. 6423 1830 e. firstname.lastname@example.org E. email@example.com Tim Hess Peter & Wendy Maloney Petuna Pty Ltd The Australian Axeman’s Hall of Fame 134 Tarleton Street EAST DEVONPORT 7310 PO Box 305 LATROBE 7307 p. 6427 9033 f. 6427 0819 P. 6426 2099 F. 6426 2307 e. firstname.lastname@example.org E. axemanshalloﬀame@bigpond.com Maurice Hill MANUFACTURING INDUSTRIES Labels & Badges 138 James Street DEVONPORT 7310 Rodney O’Rourke p. 6423 6669 f. 6424 9665 Australian Paper e. email@example.com 226 Mill Road WESLEY VALE 7307 p. 6423 7111 f. 6423 7102 Bill Harris Ulster Carpets Stephen Brass 23‐61 Tarleton Street EAST DEVONPORT 7310 Cement Australia p. 6424 5488 f. 6424 9392 Private Bag RAILTON 7305 e. firstname.lastname@example.org p. 6491 0111 f. 6491 0185 e. Stephen.email@example.com Karen Taylor Mersey Sheetmetal Works 80‐82 Hiller Street DEVONPORT 7310 p. 6424 4399 f. 6424 5791 e. firstname.lastname@example.org ANNUAL REPORT 0809 36 CLASSIFIED DIRECTORY OF MEMBERS MOTOR VEHICLES & ASSOCIATED SERVICES FREIGHT SERVICES Ian Murco & Cini Coates Grant Goodwin Caltex William Street Formby Removals 118 William Street DEVONPORT 7310 PO Box 329E East Devonport 7310 p. 6424 3221 f. 6423 1172 p. 6427 8111 f. 6427 8052 email@example.com Adam Gowan Bruce Gowans Toyota Keith & Vonda Ives 41 Best Street DEVONPORT 7310 Basslink Ives Logis cs t/a Total Care Logis cs p. 6424 5177 f. 6424 9492 PO Box 113 Devonport 7310 e. firstname.lastname@example.org p. 6420 4999 f. 6420 4950 e. email@example.com Greg Plummer Motors Pty Ltd Robert Barnes 6 Victoria Parade DEVONPORT 7310 TasPorts p. 6424 4033 f. 6424 5249 PO Box 478 DEVONPORT 7310 e. firstname.lastname@example.org p. 03 6421 4911 f. 03 6421 4988 email@example.com Grant Bowering Norco Ba eries Pty Ltd Ian Newman 42 Wenvoe Street DEVONPORT 7310 Chas Kelly Transport p. 6424 6466 f. 6424 6633 PO Box 780 DEVONPORT 7310 e. firstname.lastname@example.org p. 6498 6300 f. 6427 9835 e. email@example.com Jedda Mainwaring Mainwaring Auto Electrics Pty Ltd Kerry Gibson 8 Devonport Road Tasfreight p.036424 3352 f. 036424 9772 PO Box 126 DEVONPORT 7310 firstname.lastname@example.org p. 6426 1201 f. 6426 1910 e. email@example.com ANNUAL REPORT 0809 37 CLASSIFIED DIRECTORY OF MEMBERS PRIVATE MEMBERS Jeremy Rockliﬀ ‐ MHA Ald. Lynn Laycock ‐ JP Liberal Member for Braddon Mayor Devonport City Council 47b Best Street DEVONPORT 7310 44‐48 Best Street DEVONPORT 7310 p. 6421 7930 f. 6423 5819 p. 6424 0511 f. 6424 9649 e. jeremy.rockliﬀ@parliament.tas.gov.au e. firstname.lastname@example.org Lana Joyce Mark Baker 3 Cliﬀden Court EAST DEVONPORT 7310 Devonport Corporate Centre p. 6427 8281 f. 6427 8281 Bass House, Level 1 e. email@example.com Edward Street DEVONPORT 7310 p. 6431 1333 F. 6431 5680 Brian Chandler e. firstname.lastname@example.org Brian F. Chandler & Co 49 Best Street DEVONPORT 7310 Senator Stephen Parry p. 6424 2144 f. 6423 1061 49 Ca ley Street BURNIE 7320 email@example.com p. 6431 7400 f. 6431 7455 e. firstname.lastname@example.org REAL ESTATE AGENCIES Lance Cox Geraldine Sheehan 10 Frederick Place DEVONPORT 7310 Collins Realty 59 Best Street DEVONPORT 7310 Barb Protheroe p. 6424 6614 f. 6424 6262 Secretary—DCCI e. email@example.com Devonport Corporate Centre Bass House, Level 1 Don Halliwell Edward Street DEVONPORT 7310 Halliwell First Na onal Real Estate Pty Ltd P 6423 3410 f. 64 20 7586 17 Best Street DEVONPORT 7310 E. firstname.lastname@example.org p. 6424 1496 f. 6424 7417 e. email@example.com Trudi Jones PO Box 296 EAST DEVONPORT 7310 Leah Ellio & Kim Dougan LJ Hooker Devonport Senator Richard Colbeck 47a Best Street DEVONPORT 7310 5 ‐ 7 Best Street DEVONPORT 7310 p. 6424 7333 f. 6424 7188 p. (03) 6424 5960 f. (03) 6423 5244 e. firstname.lastname@example.org e. Senator.Colbeck@aph.gov.au Peter Colgrave Norma Jamieson ‐ MLC Roberts Real Estate Member for Mersey 23 Stewart Street DEVONPORT 7310 126 Best Street DEVONPORT 7310 p. 6424 7655 f. 6424 4211 p. 6421 7678 f. 6423 5804 e. email@example.com ANNUAL REPORT 0809 38 CLASSIFIED DIRECTORY OF MEMBERS PROFESSIONAL SERVICES Malcolm Lester Lester Franks Survey & Geographic Kim Robinson 63 Best Street DEVONPORT 7310 Advantage Sports & Events p. 6424 6444 f. 6424 5825 15 King Street DEVONPORT 7310 e. firstname.lastname@example.org p. 6424 9300 f. 6423 3509 e. email@example.com Shane Woo on WHK Pinnacle Kevin Ma hews 20 Rooke Street DEVONPORT 7310 Camerons Accountants & Advisors p. 6424 9155 f. 6424 7797 26 Forbes Street DEVONPORT 7310 e. firstname.lastname@example.org p. 6421 4777 f. 6424 5498 e. kevin.ma hews@camerons‐ca.com.au Leon Woo on Levis Stace & Cooper Robert Atkinson 13 Fenton Street DEVONPORT 7310 AG Synec c Pty Ltd p. 6421 7111 f. 6424 8833 49 Best Street DEVONPORT 7310 e. email@example.com p. 6424 1451 f. 6424 7144 e. accoun ng@synec cgroup.com.au Peter Mullen Crea ve Solu ons & Training Mick Clark & Rod Bramich 13 Turton Street DEVONPORT 7310 Catalyst Business Improvement P. 6411 6982 44 Formby Road DEVONPORT 7310 E. creaive@crea vesolu onsandtraining.com p. 6424 2105 f. 6423 3410 e. firstname.lastname@example.org Vicki & Terry Travers Mersey Pharmacy Craig Badcock 17‐21 Murray Street EAST DEVONPORT 7310 Badcocks Pty Ltd p. 6427 8969 f. 6427 0585 66 Best Street DEVONPORT 7310 E. email@example.com p. 0500 526 950 f. 6424 2568 e. dptoﬃce@badcocks.com David Yaxley Yaxley Holdings Pty Ltd Devon Cruickshank 78 Oldaker Street DEVONPORT 7310 Cruickshank Financial Services p. 6424 1858 f. 6424 9605 77 Gunn Street DEVONPORT 7310 p. 6424 9299 f. 6424 4609 Geoﬀ Taylor e. plan@cruickshankﬁnancial.com.au Brothers & Newton 49 Best Street DEVONPORT 7310 p. 6424 2144 f. 6423 1061 e. firstname.lastname@example.org ANNUAL REPORT 0809 39 CLASSIFIED DIRECTORY OF MEMBERS Clyde Eastaugh Eric Mobbs Kajabbi Pty Ltd Gem Data Services Pty Ltd 19 Best Street DEVONPORT 7310 5 Niela Court DEVONPORT 7310 p. 6423 1333 f. 6424 9090 p. 6423 5421 f. 6423 5421 e. email@example.com e. firstname.lastname@example.org Ken Overton David Finnigan Kenlyn Group Pi & Sherry Devonport Corporate Centre 35 Oldaker Street DEVONPORT 7310 Bass House, Level 1 p. 6424 1641 f. 6424 9215 Edward Street DEVONPORT 7310 e. info@pi sh.com.au P. 6420 7500 f. 6420 7507 Adam Brooks John Bonney Maintenance Systems Solu ons Pty Ltd Bonney Hortle & Partners 23 Burgess Way SHEARWATER 7307 56 Oldaker Street DEVONPORT 7310 P. 1300 856 772 f. 1300 730 286 p. 6424 8455 f. 6424 7183 E. email@example.com e. firstname.lastname@example.org John Perkins Rod McCormack PJ Connec ons Pty Ltd McCormack Financial Services 26 Palmers Rd LATROBE 7307 87 Best Street DEVONPORT 7310 P. 6426 2585 f. 6426 2586 p. 6423 0000 f. 6423 0010 email@example.com e. firstname.lastname@example.org Barry Harrison Ross Proud Cleantek Services Meridian Alliance 247 Steele St DEVONPORT 7315 PO Box 752 DEVONPORT 7310 p. (03) 6424 1144 p. (03) 64241611 email@example.com e. firstname.lastname@example.org Trevor Forshaw Fiona Sullivan SED Consul ng Temple‐Smith Partners PO Box 3020 LANCESTON 7250 100 Best Street DEVONPORT 7310 P. 6344 8055 f. 6334 9311 p. 6424 7755 f. 6424 4143 trevorf@sedconsul ng.com.au e. email@example.com Andrew Hiller Tracey Bruce Visioncast Devonport City Promo ons Devonport Corporate Centre 41 Stewart Street DEVONPORT 7310 Bass House, Level 1 p. 6424 4755 f. 6423 3921 Edward Street DEVONPORT 7310 e. firstname.lastname@example.org P. 6420 7577 f. 6420 7578 E. email@example.com ANNUAL REPORT 0809 40 CLASSIFIED DIRECTORY OF MEMBERS RETAIL & SERVICES Janene & Barry Wilczynski BJ’s Pharmacy & Santa’s Workshop Wayne Monson 56‐58 Rooke Street DEVONPORT 7310 Complete Sta onery & Oﬃce Supplies p. 6424 1591 f. 6424 1592 5b Edward Street DEVONPORT 7310 e. firstname.lastname@example.org p. 6424 6777 f. 6424 4844 e. admin@completesta onery.com.au Leon & Bronwyn Perry Devonport Saddleworld David Pease 50 Formby Road DEVONPORT 7310 A.H. Pease Shoe Store p. 6424 7614 f. 6424 5436 51 Rooke Street DEVONPORT 7310 e. email@example.com p. 6424 2172 f. 6424 5239 e. firstname.lastname@example.org Jeﬀ Ma hews Ma hews Jewellers Ms Amanda Locke ‐tu 21 Rooke Street DEVONPORT 7310 A V A Fashions p. 6424 1052 f. 6424 9573 PO Box 1042 e. ma email@example.com Devonport 7310 E. Amanda@avafashions.com Wayne & Julie Foster Passport Surf John Van Der Woude 85 Rooke St Mall DEVONPORT7310 Canoe 'n' Surf P. 6424 8030 f. 6423 3034 141 William Street DEVONPORT 7310 E. firstname.lastname@example.org p. 6424 4314 f. 6423 3553 e. email@example.com Jan McCormack Charlesworth’s Jewellers Elizabeth Wilkinson 150A William Street DEVONPORT 7310 Elizabeth Ma hews Gi s p. 6424 9144 f. 6423 4855 151a William Street DEVONPORT 7310 e. firstname.lastname@example.org p. 6424 4285 f. 6423 1199 Nick Ray Jim Aco Stallards Camera House Isle Snacks 24 Stewart Street DEVONPORT 7310 PO Box 177 PORT SORELL 7307 p. 6424 3533 f. 6424 5160 p. 64286707 f. 6428 7694 e. email@example.com Timothy Go Troy Barnes Devonport Bookshop Gunns Limited 30 Stewart Street DEVONPORT 7310 Don Road DEVONPORT 7310 p. 6424 3871 f. 6424 8231 p. 6424 1481 f. 6424 7023 e. firstname.lastname@example.org e. email@example.com ANNUAL REPORT 0809 41 CLASSIFIED DIRECTORY OF MEMBERS Robert Brown EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTION Ibbo s Home Timber and Hardware 48‐54 Oldaker Street DEVONPORT 7310 Nigel Hill ‐ CEO p. 6420 2666 f. 6420 2600 Australian Technical College ‐ Nth Tas e. recep on@ibbo home.com 473 West Tamar Highway RIVERSIDE 7250 p. 6327 1777 f. 6327 1067 Debbie & John Rodda e. firstname.lastname@example.org Mower Power 17 Forbes Street DEVONPORT 7310 Aileen Powell p. 6424 2902 f. 6424 8920 Business Programs ‐ Tasmanian Polytechnic e. email@example.com 20 Valley Road DEVONPORT 7310 p. 6421 5504 f. 6421 5538 Greg Taylor e. firstname.lastname@example.org Torquay Dry Cleaners 131 Rooke St DEVONPORT 7310 Adele Michalskij p. 6424 2781 Drysdale ‐ Tasmanian Polytechnic f. 6423 3182 20 Valley Road DEVONPORT 7310 e. email@example.com p. 6421 5556 f. 6421 5553 e. firstname.lastname@example.org Robyn Cahill De Cuba Mar n Crawford 25 Rooke Street DEVONPORT TAS 7310 Reece High School p. 6424 8887 Middle Road Devonport 7310 Adrian Wild p. 6420 8100 Aurora Energy GPO Box 191 HOBART 7001 GOVERNMENT AGENCIES p. 6237 3339 f. 6234 2692 e. email@example.com Lyn Winters Directorate of Reserve Support ‐ Tas Hadyn Rockliﬀ Anglesea Barracks HOBART 7000 Australia Post p. 6237 7274 f. 6237 7232 88 Formby Road DEVONPORT 7310 e. firstname.lastname@example.org p. 6421 5713 f. 6424 7658 e. hadyn.rockliﬀ@auspost.com.au Vern Cazaly Department of Economic Development Michael Pa erson Cnr Ca ley & Alexander Sts BURNIE 7320 Telstra Countrywide p. 6434 6331 f. 6431 7220 102 Cameron Street LAUNCESTON 7250 email@example.com michael.pa firstname.lastname@example.org ANNUAL REPORT 0809 42 CLASSIFIED DIRECTORY OF MEMBERS EMPLOYMENT & TRAINING Peter Symonds Ross Cameron Ability Employment MST Workplace Solu ons 5 Rooke Street DEVONPORT 7310 37A Don Road DEVONPORT 7310 p. 1300 736 433 f. 6423 2444 p. 6421 6555 f. 6423 1208 e. email@example.com e. firstname.lastname@example.org Andrew Billing Rob McDowell O Group Northern Group Training 45 Best Street DEVONPORT 7310 PO Box 750 p. 6422 7777 f. 6423 1849 Devonport e. email@example.com p. 6424 5955 f. 6424 1775 e. firstname.lastname@example.org Colin Cook Searson Buck Gary Vidler PO Box 1499 TasTec Group Training Burnie 7320 44 Formby Road DEVONPORT 7310 e. email@example.com p. 6424 5626 f. 6424 9673 e. firstname.lastname@example.org Kristy Morris Coopers Recruitment Peter Che le 34 King Street DEVONPORT 7310 WISE Employment p. 6423 6323 f. 6423 2294 38 Formby Road DEVONPORT 7310 e. email@example.com p. 6423 4555 f. 6423 4500 e. pche firstname.lastname@example.org Frank Lyons Jobﬁnd Centre Ms Anna McGregor 43 Best Street DEVONPORT 7310 Job Wire p. 6424 4095 f. 6424 4732 5 Edward Street, Devonport 7310 e. frank.lyons@jobﬁndcentre.com.au p. 6423 4674 f. 64234939 email@example.com David Dunn MEGT (Australia) Ltd Cnr Brisbane & George Sts LAUNCESTON 7250 p. 6323 0900 f. 6323 0999 e. firstname.lastname@example.org ANNUAL REPORT 0809 43 Devonport Chamber of Commerce & Industry Inc. Would like to thank the following Sponsors for their contribution throughout the past year: ANZ Banking Group Aurora Energy Australia Post Barringwood Park Vineyard Boags Brewery Defence Reserves Support Council Department of Economic Development Devonport City Council Devonport Corporate Centre Ghost Rock Vineyard Goodstone Group O Group Power Tek Australia P/L Quality Gateway Inn Qantaslink Radio 7AD/SeaFM Richmond Concepts & Print Simplot Australia Tasfresh Pty Ltd TCCI Telstra Countrywide The Advocate Newspaper Veolia Environmental Services ANNUAL REPORT 0809
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