CCBR Business Review

3 Edgar Adams’ Editorial 4 A poisoned chalice for Labor? Business news 5 Coast returns to Labor 6 Tuggerah Super Centre ownership change 7 Central Coast at World Hydrogen Summit Rotterdam 7 Star Scientific wins New Economy Innovation Award 8 Central Coast exporters meet NSW Trade and Investment Commissioners 8 Another successful Air Show 9 Construction to commence on Gosford RSL Redevelopment 9 UON appoints Key2 Realty to source student accommodation 10 Managing Supply Chain Risk in the Post-Covid World 10 NAB joins CCIC as major sponsor 11 Boosting manufacturing on the Central Coast - A Labor promise 6 Speakers 6 Insights at CC Sustainability Association May function 12 Community First Bank relocates to Platinum Erina 12 New owner for Lakeside Newsagency 12 Tuggerah Super Centre Manager to continue following sale 13 Café opens at Nexus 13 Bendigo Bank relocates regional office to Erina 14 Council rates to be maintained following IPART decision 17 Property sales and leases 20 Four priorities for the ATO this tax time 20 Small business strategy to chart future course 20 Warwick Ryan - So…. What is ‘reasonable’ overtime? 21 Troy Marchant - Mind your business – Small business defense against inflation 22 Funny business In this issue CO N T E N T S Readership 20,000+ DISTRIBUTION GUARANTEED VIA AUSTRALIA POST Phone 02 4367 0733 Email Web CONTACT Also follow us on Facebook and Twitter Central Coast Business Review is a Registered Trade Mark of Adams Business Publications Pty Ltd P.O. Box 3259, Erina, NSW 2250 Phone: (02) 4367 0733 Fax: (02) 4367 0744 Email: Typesetting by Graphic by Design ph (02) 4365 6777 Print & Distribution by Bromley Direct ph 0412 439 773 © Adams Business Publications 1994. All rights reserved. Reproductions in any part prohibited.While every effort has been made to ensure all information in this magazine is accurate, no responsibility will be accepted by the publisher, Adams Business Publications. The producer accepts no responsibility for illustrations or photographs supplied by organisations or individuals and/or typographical errors. Central Coast Business Review CENTRAL COAST BUSINESS REVIEW JUNE 2022