The Chief Executive Officer, Alan Johnston, new Chair Michael Quirk, and representatives of the Board of Management of Committee 4 Wagga today met with Acting Prime Minister, Leader of the National Party & local Federal Member Mr Michael McCormack, along with the Deputy Leader of the Nationals…Read More
The Board of Management of Committee 4 Wagga advises that Judy Galloway has retired from her position as Chair of the Committee 4 Wagga at the Annual General Meeting held on Wednesday 5th December 2018. Judy was appointed as the inaugural Chair of the Board of Management from inception in 2011. As part of the Board’s succession planning, Judy has also retired as a Board Member.Read More
Our 2018 Annual Report has been correlated and published, and is now available for your viewing online.Read More
Meeting with Michael McCormack, Deputy Prime Minister – Representatives from the Board of C4Wagga and the CEO will be meeting with the Deputy Prime Minister & Member for Riverina on 30th November to discuss a range of issues where we believe the Federal Government can assist with key infrastructure projects for the City. We look forward to reporting back to C4Wagga members in December on the outcomes.Read More
Here is our quarterly progress update on some of the projects laid out in our Strategic Plan:Read More
Currently, we are planning, or in the process of completing three separate leadership programs throughout the Wagga Wagga Community, including the following:Read More
We received good feedback from members in our recent members survey. The Board of Management is currently reviewing the results in detail to ensure we continue to focus on those areas that members consider important.Read More
Richard Pottie starts his working day around 5.30am.
Managing Director of Ladex Construction Group, Richard oversees the many large-scale construction and excavation projects being undertaken across the region, estimates new work and is heavily involved in a number of committees including the Civil Contractors Federation.Read More
Last month the NSW Government released its 20-year economic vision for Regional NSW, which sets out a clear pathway for ensuring that Regional NSW will continue to be a vibrant and growing part of our economy, and that people are supported in their decision to live in the regions.Read More
I am please to advise that Mr Darren Nelson, General Manager Manufacturing of Enirgi Power Storage and Recycling has been appointed to the C4W Board effective 4th July 2018 – welcome Darren, I am sure you will be a valuable addition to the Board.Read More
Transport NSW has released their Future Transport Strategy 2056 – this is an update of the 2012 Long Term Transport Master Plan for NSW and is a 40-year strategy supported by plans for regional NSW and Greater Sydney.Read More
Courtesy of Jason Wadley of the ANZ Bank, C4W hosted a luncheon meeting at which we had in attendance Brendan Smyth, the inaugural Australian Capital Territory’s Commissioner for International Engagement.
Brendan’s presentation and subsequent discussion was on Canberra Airport as an international airfreight hub and how it may benefit Riverina importers and exporters.Read More
The June 25th meeting of the WWCC saw the receipt and noting of a report on the list of high level priority projects identified as requiring assistance from the State Government. The list excludes a number of potential road related projects as they are currently either under review or are fully funded. We will continue to advocate for these projects, as well as those under review or fully funded to be initiated and funding secured in the coming twelve months.Read More
In February, Qantas announced plans to spend $20 million establish a new pilot training academy at an existing airfield in regional Australia with the capacity to train up to 500 pilots a year. The school is scheduled to open its doors in 2019 and would be initially for direct entry cadets joining the Qantas Group, including Jetstar and QantasLink.Read More
C4W and the WWCC City Strategy team are currently evaluating the opportunity for joint co-operation in establishing a plan to adopt Smart City Technologies in a range of fields throughout the city.Read More
The graduation dinner was held for the 2018 program Magpies Nest on 22nd The student’s achievements were celebrated with parents, school principals and co-ordinators, program facilitators, Local and State Government representatives and program sponsors.Read More
For the past 19 years, Trudi Thomson has helped injured workers get back on their feet.
Starting her career as an Occupational Therapist, Trudi is now Executive Manager at RehabCo and is responsible for overseeing the workers’ insurance side of the business.
Here Trudi tells us about her experiences taking part in Committee 4 Wagga’s Emerging Leaders Program and why RehabCo choose to be members…Read More
For the past year, Justeen Kirk has called Wagga Wagga home.
With a background in project management, Justeen relocated with her family from Canberra to manage GHD’s office in the Riverina – a world leading professional services company providing engineering, architecture, environmental and construction services to private and public sector clients.Read More
On April 9, 2018, the C4W Board met with the Hon. Michael McCormack, Member for Riverina, Leader of the Nationals, Deputy Prime Minister and Minister for Infrastructure and Transport.Read More
The C4W Wagga School Leaders Program has received recognition in State Parliament.Read More