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My Business: There’s a lotta luck at Target Lotto

The store has been owned by husband and wife, Carlo and Christine Addamo, for 17 years, with daughter Loretta as the manager for the...

My Business: A company that steers you right

Cannon Motors was founded in January this year at Hoppers Crossing but is carrying a decade’s-old legacy behind it as the company’s automative roots...

My Business: Active Audiology listens to customers

In a world where large corporations are gobbling up smaller businesses, Active Audiology in Altona is proudly flying the flag for independence, refusing to...

My business: Werribee Open Day gives sneak peak into animal hospital

The redeveloped U-Vet Werribee Animal Hospital and University of Melbourne veterinary campus will open to the public on Sunday, October 20. The open day will...

My Business: Hotel520 welcomes new head chef Peter Serrano

Hotel520 is serving up some delicious new changes with the appointment of new head chef Peter Serrano. Peter is well known around the area as...

My Business: Community Children off to a good start on learning

The subject of government wrangling and many reports by experts, the role of daycare and kindergarten has never been more recognised as crucial to a child’s development.

My Business: A heal deal for all your health needs

Have you organised your flu vaccinations yet? With flu season getting into full swing, Our Medical Home in Williams Landing is offering free flu shots.

My Business: Storage fully sorted in Hoppers Crossing

Storage King Hoppers Crossing has been kicking storage problems to the kerb for 13 years. That sort of expertise is illustrated by the fact the company won two awards last year for merchandise sales, gongs that followed state and national awards of previous years.

My Business: Genuine passion for childcare

Karen Ng and Cliff Yeo, with 22 years combined experience as owners of childcare centres, have opened Prodigy Early Learning in Wyndham Vale. The spanking...

My Business: A winning formula

When Ross and Linda Cooper rescued Autobarn Hoppers Crossing from looming closure three years ago, they had a simple philosophy – win one new customer every day.


Building for children’s health

It’s approximately seven metres long and four metres wide, and Ben Young’s winning Star Wars inspired display was just one of many creations at...

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