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New Business in town

Proactive Compliance is a leading provider of Quality, Safety, Environment and Human Resources Systems compliance assistance and solutions to businesses throughout Australia have their new head office East Maitland


They said striving to give business owners access affordable advice and support ensuring peace of mind and assurance that their legal obligations are met is important to today's business environment.
Their consultants are drawn from a wide range of industry classifications and have years of experience in working with SME’s to achieve sustainable management systems and certification. From a vision to certification or compliance they are able to provide solution.

Another string in their bow is online training from short courses to Certificate II, III & IV, along with Diploma and Double Diploma. So why not drop in and see them located at 117 Lawes Street East Maitland or phone 1300553371.


Donate to help Marny complete her journey

Help Marny to fund the new leg she needs by making a donation. Osseointergration is the process of fusing bone with a titanium rod to attach a new limb. It is long and painful and Marny is close to completing her journey, but she needs your help.

The leg Marny has currently is highly unsuitable for osseointegration patients and very unstable. The components are failing and causing Marny to fall often, which means injuries, including hemorrhaging from her stump.

She hopes to raise $45,000 to fund the leg she needs:  Donate at East Maitland Rotary Club web sire

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Internation Childrens Games

Maitland City Council is calling for expressions of interest (EOI) from athletes and coaches wishing to represent Team Maitland at the International Children’s Games (ICG), which will be held in Lake Macquarie from 6-11 December 2014.

18 athletes aged between 12 and 15 and four coaches will be selected as part of the EOI process.

A minimum of four athletes will represent Maitland in athletics and swimming, six in football and a minimum of two in BMX.

Maitland City Council’s Manager Community and Recreation Services Lynn Morton says ‘This is an exciting opportunity for local young athletes to represent their region on the international stage. Selected athletes will also act as ambassadors for the City of Maitland during the six day event’.

Recognised by the International Olympic Committee, the ICG is the world’s largest multi sport youth games and this year carries the theme ‘Inspire, Embrace and Unite’.

Selected athletes must pay a $500.00 participation fee which will cover the cost of uniforms and team pins.

All costs associated with accommodation, meals and transfers to and from the sporting venues are covered by the host city.

Coaches will be required to stay with the athletes for the duration of the games.

Athletes and coaches wishing to represent Maitland in the ICG can contact Team Maitland’s Head Delegate Virginia Rodway for an information pack on 0408 877 595 or by emailing This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it .

Applications close 27 June 2014.

Maitland Levee to start next week

Maitland City Council has finalised negotiations with Landscape Solutions for the head contract for The Levee Project Component One. Construction will begin in the week commencing 2 June 2014.

The contract with Landscape Solutions is valued at $6.7million and is scheduled to be completed in early 2015.

Council’s Executive Manager Strategic Projects Wayne Cone says ‘Council is pleased to have appointed Landscape Solutions as the head contractor following a competitive tender process’.

Council entered into final negotiations with Landscape Solutions following the Council meeting held on 1 April 2014. The Sydney based company has been chosen as the preferred contractor after offering the best value for Council.

The Levee Project Component One includes the refurbishment of High Street, featuring a shared vehicle and pedestrian zone. The refurbishment includes stone paving in the shared zone and within the Heritage Mall space with asphalt intersections at Elgin and Bourke Streets.

Mr Cone says ‘The Levee Project is one of the key initiatives identified in the Central Maitland Structure Plan to establish a vibrant lifestyle precinct and reinforce Central Maitland as a major regional centre’.

Council approved the borrowing of $5 million for specific capital works relating to The Levee project at the Council meeting held on 13 May 2014.



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