Fabled broadcaster Alan Jones has joined independent City of Sydney Councillor Angela Vithoulkas on her podcast The Brew to discuss the lack of Government support small businesses are currently receiving. The 2GB radio giant was extremely critical of the Government’s assistance and understanding of small businesses during the ongoing disruptions caused by Light Rail constructions […]
I was recently featured on Channel 10 news commenting on Transport for NSW’s idea to put up Christmas lights and roll out street walkers to encourage people to come into the construction zone that is George Street. You can see the interview here.
Despite having one of the largest profiles in Australia, Alan Jones has never allowed fame to go to his head. The country’s number one broadcaster sat down with Councillor Angela Vithoulkas on her podcast ‘The Brew’ to discuss a myriad of topics. In between sharing his thoughts on the current landscape of politics, explaining why […]
I appeared on 2GB this morning talking about the devastating impact of light rail, the failings of the construction company and how something has to happen now to support small businesses and residents. I also invited listeners who care about small business to join my party SMALL BUSINESS MATTERS. You can listen to the interview […]
INDEPENDENT City of Sydney councillor Angela Vithoulkas will vie for a seat in State Parliament after launching her own political party. In a bid to represent small businesses at a state level, the second-term councillor has formed the Small Business Matters party. The party will seek NSW Legislative Council seats at the next election in […]
We were very lucky to get Australia’s No. 1 Broadcaster Mr Alan Jones behind the coffee machine at Vivo cafe. If you think Alan’s coffee making skills are interesting you should hear what he has to say! You can listen to his podcast here.
A MONSTER rodent has been found dead in an inner city family’s backyard, prompting calls for a special “rat taskforce”. At one point, the Alexandria family were so worried about the whopping great critter, that they were scared to let their young daughter play in the backyard. It follows months of concern about a rat […]
Come 2019 there will finally be a voice in NSW Parliament representing small business owners, hopes independent Sydney City Councillor and small business owner, Angela Vithoulkas. She’s also hoping to take a number of female business owners along with her, proving there are plenty of women who’re able and willing to enter politics – especially […]
Across her storied career, Kerryn Phelps has been many things: a leading medical practitioner, an author, the President of the Australian Medical Association, an advocate for a range of social issues, and so much more. But above all else, there is one thing that Kerryn has always been first and foremost: unashamedly herself. Speaking with […]
Last night, I was pleased to accept the nomination from fellow Councillors to take up the role of Deputy Chair of the City’s Economic Development and Business sub-committee. I have previously held this role and look forward once again to working with my fellow Councillors and staff to continue to facilitate economic growth in the […]