Supermarket Woolworths Opens in Dakabin Shopping Centre

A new Woolworths Supermarket has officially opened at Dakabin Shopping Centre. The area  will also include food and drink outlets,  retail tenancies and health care services which are all expected to open their doors in September and October this year. Store Manager for Woolworths Dakabin: Sidney Maxim, stated how exciting to was to open to the community and provide a bunch of new jobs. “We’re delighted to offer Moreton Bay residents a great new fresh and convenient shopping experience, and proud to provide new employment opportunities for the local community”. “On completion, Dakabin Shopping Centre will provide around 200 ongoing retail jobs for the Moreton Bay region. Woolworths Dakabin will employ 82 local team members including 25 team members 18 years old and under. We will also have approximately 50 internal transfers from other stores bringing with them years of fresh food expertise to the new Woolworths”. “Our newest Woolworths supermarket has put fresh food a…
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TV show Neighbours resumes filming after Covid-19 lockdown

Soap opera Neighbours is going back into production after the Covid-19 lockdown. Social distancing rules will still be in place, with cast and crew split into groups in separate areas on set. No physical contact like kissing  and hugging will be allowed, and extras will not be used. Instead, crew members will appear in the background. Prime minister Scott Morrison has said the country is on the road to recovery, with new infections almost stamped out. Neighbours producers Fremantle Australia stopped filming as the virus spread last month, and people were told there must be only one person per four square metres at gatherings. Camera trickery According to ABC, the Neighbour's studio will be split into "quadrants" when filming resumes next week. Camera trickery will be used to make physically-distanced actors look closer than they are, ABC reported. "There will be no more than 100 people a day in any area, we'll implement the four-square-metre rule and the one…
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Support Local Businesses Through COVID-19

Neighbourlink is here you help during these trying and uncertain times of Covid-19, in an effort to further support our local businesses here in Australia  we are offering you free advertising until the 1st of June. Login or register a free account and list your business or service here on Neighbourlink. Use coupon code: COVID19 As local business owners we need to help each other out and this free listing will enable your business to be seen by everyone who views or searches up your business type on Neighbourlink. Let’s help each other by sharing this with any groups or owners so they can still have their name out there, so they are accessible during the lockdown. For any feedback or suggestions, join us here at the forums.
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Why Starbucks failed in Australia

Starbucks can be found all over the world, from Guantanamo Bay to Shanghai. But there is one continent that was uninterested in the coffee giant. Most Australians rejected Starbucks' attempted takeover, which led to an embarrassing retreat for the brand. CNBC explains what happened.   https://youtu.be/_FGUkxn5kZQ
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Be More Neighbourly

One of the best features of the world wide web is it enables us to connect with our neighbours in new ways. Establishing an online community is an effective way to communicate with those who live in the same area that we would not otherwise be able to. In today’s society, many of us are too busy with work, life and family to interact with our neighbours in the traditional ways. And when many of us move around frequently for work or because we’re renters we don’t always have the longevity to establish meaningful relationships.

Whether it is asking for recommendations on restaurants to warnings about break-ins to promoting your business or services, participating in an online community is a great way to be more neighbourly, and being more connected.

Find your neighbour link and stay connected.

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