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And the Far West Business winners are…

Alex Page and Shelita Buffett served as Master of Ceremonies. PHOTO: TIM GIMBERT

Business owners and operators from across the region dusted off their best attire on Saturday evening to gather at the Whitehouse Convention Centre in Broken Hill South for this year’s Far West NSW Excellence in Business Awards Gala night.

Alex Page and Shelita Buffett served as Master of Ceremonies for this year’s glamourous Regional Development Australia Far West NSW event with MP Mark Coulton, Mayor Tom Kennedy, Broken Hill City Council General Manager Jay Nankivall, and Department of Regional NSW

The People’s choice: Service with a Smile winner, Michelle McLachlan – The Lollipop Tree. TIM GIMBERT

Hodi Beauliv and Kristie Pinnuck in attendance, along with guest speaker Lucy Bloom delighting the audience with details of her extraordinary life almost overshadowed on the night by her bright pink mohawk.

And the winners of the Far West NSW Excellence in Business Awards are…

EXCELLENCE IN SOCIAL ENTERPRISE / OUTSTANDING COMMUNITY ENTERPRISE

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  • Country Universities Centre Far West

OUTSTANDING EMPLOYEE OF THE YEAR

  • Michael Herd – 2BH & Hill FM

BEST NEW BUSINESS

  • Far West Roofing Pty Ltd

EXCELLENCE IN SMALL BUSINESS

  • Blue Frog Optics

EXCELLENCE IN BUSINESS

  • Lawrence Engineering Pty Ltd

EXCELLENCE IN CUSTOMER SERVICE

  • Service NSW

EXCELLENCE IN INNOVATION

  • FABTEC – Advanced Steel Fabrication

EXCELLENCE IN PRESENTATION & MARKETING

  • Eyerys I Care

EXCELLENCE IN TOURISM AND HOSPITALITY

  • Tibooburra War Memorial Motel and Community Centre

EMPLOYER OF CHOICE

  • First National Broken Hill

APPRENTICE OR TRAINEE OF THE YEAR

  • Rylea Jobson – Transport NSW

THE PEOPLE’S CHOICE -THE REGION’S MOST POPULAR BUSINESS

  • Jagged Edge

THE PEOPLE’S CHOICE – SERVICE WITH A SMILE

  • Michelle McLachlan – The Lollipop Tree

THE PEOPLE’S CHOICE COMMUNITY ORGANISATION

  • Broken Hill Breast Cancer Support Group

 

PICTURE: Employer of Choice winner First National Broken Hill. TIM GIMBERT

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