Raymond Terrace Business Breakfast March 2013


Representatives from our local Banking Institutions will introduce themselves and let you all know about a great initiative to help fund the Business Association.


Port Stephens Council is drafting the Raymond Terrace and Heatherbrae Strategy, which will outline the community’s vision for Raymond Terrace as a regional centre, and an attractive place to do business and invest.


Councils Group Manager of Development Services, Mike McIntosh, will present an overview of the project while Business Development and Investment Manager, Andrew Powrie, will outline the key funding from the recent survey of Businesses in the Raymond Terrace and Heatherbrae area.


Also our next quarterly newsletter will be out at the end of this month so to discuss any advertising or let us know if your organisation has any events  coming up please see Rebecca on the morning.


This will be a great meeting for our community so I hope to see you all there.

Time: 7am – 8:30am

Date: Tuesday 5th March 2013

Place: Raymond Terrace Senior Citizens Centre, 17e Irrawang St Raymond Terrace


42nd Indigenous Rugby League Knockout



Thousands will flock to Raymond Terrace this long weekend when the Lakeside Sporting Complex sees the running of the 42nd Annual NSW Aboriginal Rugby League knockout.

93 teams have registered in open age, under 17, under 15 and Women’s competitions, with an anticipated 2,500 players and officials – and many more supporters – coming into the region in time for kick off.

Hosted in Raymond Terrace by the Metford-based Mindaribba Local Aboriginal Land Council and the Mindaribba Warriors, who took out the 2011 event held at Bathurst, the knockout is a much anticipated annual event for the Aboriginal and sporting community.

“The Aboriginal Rugby League knockout is one of the pre-eminent sporting and cultural fixtures on the Aboriginal calendar in New South Wales and the Mindaribba Warriors are honoured to be hosting this years event at Raymond Terrace,” Event coordinator Smiley Johnstone said.

“It’s been a year long exercise getting to this point and I’m looking forward to seeing the 93 teams in action over the course of the weekend.”

Mayor of Port Stephens, Councillor Bruce MacKenzie, will welcome teams, players and supporters to Raymond Terrace at the carnival’s official opening on Saturday.

“I’ve had a 40 year association with Aboriginal Rugby League and Aboriginal sport in general across the region and as such I’m thrilled to welcome this prestigious competition to Port Stephens,” Cr MacKenzie said.

“We welcome everyone at the knockout to Worimi land and in doing so we acknowledge and pay our respects to the Worimi people, who are the traditional custodians of the land, and their elders past and present.

“I know from past experience that competition this weekend will be fierce and that this knockout is a real focal point on the calendar for Aboriginal people throughout the state.

“I’m personally looking forward to catching as much of it as I can over the course of the long weekend.”

Action kicks off at 8.30am tomorrow, Friday 28 September, at the Lakeside Sporting Complex, Leisure Way, Raymond Terrace, with preliminary matches scheduled for the Friday, Saturday and Sunday.

Grand Finals will be played on Monday, October 1.

Traffic delays on Richardson Road are expected for the duration of the event and changed traffic conditions will be in effect.

Raymond Terrace Business Breakfast September 2012

moultrie welcomes you to the September 2012 Business Breakfast.

Guest speakers:

Business Torque Coaching Program

Debra Templar is one of Australia’s leading retail enthusiasts, Keynote speaker and Business coaches. She has an abundance of retail experience, including sales, management, merchandising, customer service and so much more. Her articles and seminars are an inspiration to many retailers who work hard every day to build their business. She is the author of how to books on selling, visual merchandising, customer service, buying, inventory control, local area marketing and retailing in general. One on One coaching will be offered to businesses Significantly subsidised  by the Counsels Economic Development  unit.

William ‘Smiley’ Johnstone 

William will speak about the upcoming Indigenous Rugby Knockout being held over the long weekend in October. It is recommended as many businesses as possible attend this meeting so you will get an idea of how big the event is and what you as business owners need to do to prepare for the large amount of people converging on Raymond Terrace this weekend.


Raymond Terrace Business Breakfast August 2012

moultrie welcomes you to the August 2012 Business Breakfast.

Guest speakers:

John Arthur

Head Teacher for the Business Management Section within the Business and Computing Faculty at Hunter TAFE. John has worked closely with a range of commercial organisations across the Hunter, to achieve key business objectives through key training needs.

Belinda Smith

Hunter TAFE’s Business Development and Relationship Manager for the Newcastle & Port Stephens region, as part of the External Relations and Strategy unit. Prior to joining Hunter TAFE earlier this year, Belinda worked extensively in private business, studied an MBA at Newcastle University and has been an active member of the business community.

Rose Lees

Online Consultant, Port Stephens Examiner, will be talking about a new initiative of Fairfax called Connect Pink. This is a Regional and Rural networking and business website for women which includes chat rooms, blogs, a swap section for goods and recipes also a continuous news feed. It is sRTBA Breakfast Invite August 2012

Time: 7am – 8.30am Date: Tuesday, 7th August 2012 Place: Muree Golf Club - Walker Cresent RaymondTerrace

Raymond Terrace Business Breakfast July 2012

moultrie welcomes you to the July 2012 Business Breakfast.

Guest speaker: David Sheerin from WorkCover NSW will be speaking about current changes to Work, Health and Safety laws. This event is not to be missed as you will learn how these changes may affect your business.

Time: 7am – 8.30am Date: Tuesday, 3 July 2012 Place: Motto Farm Motel – Pacific hwy Motto Farm

Raymond Terrace Business Breakfast May 2012

May ’12
7:00 am

moultrie welcomes you to the May 2012 Business Breakfast.

Guest speaker: NSW Police Chief Inspector Joshua Maxwell, he will be speaking on Project Eyewatch.
Project Eyewatch is a platform for the delivery of information to the community of NSW utilising Facebook.

Time: 7am – 8.30am
Date: Tuesday, 1 May 2012
Place: Raymond Terrace Bowling Club – Jacaranda Ave Raymond Terrace

Raymond Terrace Business Breakfast February 2012

moultrie welcomes you to the February 2012 Business Breakfast.

Guest speaker Narelle McClelland from The Business Centre will be speaking on the Women in Business Mentoring program.

Time: 7am – 8.30am
Date: Tuesday, 14 February 2012
Place: Hunter River High School – Heatherbrae

Raymond Terrace June Business Breakfast

Jun ’11
7:00 am

moultrie welcomes you to the June Business Breakfast.

David Elbourne, Director of Dillon & Elbourne Chartered Accountants will be presenting the topic “Why think about a Succession Plan for your Business?”

Kathie Heyman, Director of Chaos2Control will also be presenting on the draft Raymond Terrace Marketing Plan and how you can get involved.

Time: 7am – 8.30am
Date: Tuesday, 7 June 2011
Place: Sir Francis Drake Inn, Heatherbrae

Raymond Terrace May Business Breakfast

May ’11
7:00 am

moultrie welcomes you to the May Business Breakfast.

Jan Noble, Chairman of Hunter Region Botanic Gardens will be inviting guests to take a tour of the Gardens while hearing its history and future as a tourism draw card for the region. Jeff Smith, Commercial Services Manager of Port Stephens Council will be discussing the recent review of Council’s Economic Development and Tourism functions.

Raymond Terrace April Business Breakfast

Apr ’11
7:00 am

moultrie welcomes you to the April Business Breakfast “Economically Speaking”.

Greg McKenna, Treasurer of Newcastle Permanent Building Society will be addressing the vital issues which are impacting our economy.

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