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  • Dantia announces new Chairman

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    Mr Trent Bagnall has been appointed as the new Chairman of the board of Dantia, the Lake Macquarie Economic Development Company Limited. Mr Bagnall will use his skills, knowledge and experience in business, technology and mentoring, along with his commitment to innovation to support Dantia’s role in driving and attracting…

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  • Dantia seeking Economic Development Executive

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    The Economic Development Executive will oversee the execution of Lake Macquarie City’s economic development strategy, incorporating facilitating the delivery of various private and public sector investment and economic development projects. READ POSITION DESCRIPTION HERE: Dantia ED Executive

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  • IDEAS MAN: Dantia chief executive Adam Cougle has big plans for Morisset

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    A PRISON and hospital would be built near the M1 Motorway entry at Morisset under an idea floated by Lake Macquarie City Council’s economic development company. Dantia chief executive Adam Cougle is interested in pursuing plans for a jail to cater for mental health patients and general prisoners. Mr Cougle…

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  • Morisset town centre plan on business breakfast agenda

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    THE proposed town centre development at Morisset will be just one of the projects to be discussed at the Southlake Business Chamber and Community Alliance breakfast meeting at Morisset next week. Adam Cougle, the chief executive officer of Dantia, the new Lake Macquarie City Council-funded body focused on development, will…

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  • Dantia aims to cash in on city rail woes

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    WATCH out Newcastle. Lake Macquarie City Council has begun an economic venture hungry for a slice of redevelopment pie. Dantia, a Lake Macquarie council-funded body focused on economic development, was on show at the Property Council’s Hunter Chapter lunch yesterday. Starting with a $1million budget and a board of seven…

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