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Support Measures to Assist Businesses Affected by COVID-19

2 April, 2020

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Media Release: Response to the State Government’s measures to help businesses in Queensland

24 March, 2020

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Townsville Chamber calls on Queensland Government to support small businesses

23 March, 2020

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Key priorities for businesses facing uncertainty as a result of COVID-19

Key priorities for businesses facing uncertainty as a result of COVID-19

Posted 2 April, 2020 by tvlchamber

Assess. Plan. Implement. Four key priorities for businesses facing economic uncertainty as a result of COVID-1 Advice from Chamber member KordaMentha. Many companies are facing unprecedented challenges from the impact of the COVID-19 virus. It is difficult to put a timeline on just how long the pandemic will last, but the negative ramifications will be […]

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Early Childhood Education and Care Relief Package Announced

Early Childhood Education and Care Relief Package Announced

Posted 2 April, 2020 by tvlchamber

MEDIA RELEASE:Prime Minister, Minister for Education 02 Apr 2020 Around one million families are set to receive free child care during the coronavirus pandemic under a plan from the Morrison Government that will help deliver hip pocket relief and help the early childhood education and care sector make it through to the other side of […]

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Business Queensland COVID-19 Fact Sheet

Business Queensland COVID-19 Fact Sheet

Posted 2 April, 2020 by tvlchamber

Business Queensland has created a useful fact sheet of all the latest information relating to support for Queensland Businesses. We encourage you to review this handy document here Business Queensland Fact Sheet – 2 April

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Support Measures to Assist Businesses Affected by COVID-19

Support Measures to Assist Businesses Affected by COVID-19

Posted 2 April, 2020 by tvlchamber

In response to the coronavirus, several support packages for small businesses, sole traders and individuals have been announced to reduce the impact. SUPPORT MEASURES TO ASSIST BUSINESSES AFFECTED BY COVID-19 Updated 2 April 2020, 12:20pm Click on the link to go to section. Federal JobKeeper Payment  Early Childhood Education and Care Relief Package  Economic Stimulus Package – […]

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COVID-19 Useful Links

COVID-19 Useful Links

Posted 2 April, 2020 by tvlchamber

The Townsville Chamber encourages all to regularly check sources of reputable information surrounding coronavirus (COVID-19). To assist with finding this information, we have compiled a list of useful links. Visit those sites regularly as information is constantly updated. Important websites and hotlines The federal government has set up a business support hotline on 13 28 46 to […]

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Hold on evictions for renters

Hold on evictions for renters

Posted 31 March, 2020 by tvlchamber

A hold on evictions for renters Last Updated: 31 March 2020 The Prime Minister has announced new measures to help renters. Evictions will be put on hold over the next 6 months for commercial and residential tenancies in financial distress, who are unable to meet their commitments due to the impact of the coronavirus. The Australian […]

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In the wake of health advice regarding physical distancing and restriction on social gatherings, the Townsville Chamber is temporarily suspending its event calendar. The CBD Coffee of Thursday 2 April is suspended and we will resume outdoors networking events as soon as safe to do so. The Business Matters presentation by Townsville City Council on Tuesday 31 March at YWAM has been postponed. We are investigating other ways to deliver Business Matters information sessions and will advise in due course. We thank you for your understanding. Keep checking our website and social media pages for updated information on assistance for businesses. Dismiss