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  • The Melt launch

    INDUSTRY 4.0 – AUSTRALIA’S FIRST HARDWARE TECH INNOVATION HUB HAS ARRIVED

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    The Melt is Australia’s first fully-integrated accelerator and industrial prototyping lab for hardware that is poised to expand the economy by $50M over the next two years. Former Prime Minister, and architect of the National Innovation and Science Agenda, The Honourable Malcolm Turnbull, officially opened The Melt in Lake Macquarie,…

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  • Lake Macquarie IoT Network Coverage Map Phase 1

    Lake Macquarie leads digital transformation

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    The City of Lake Macquarie will break new ground to become the first Australian local government area to create a Smart City network equivalent to the size of 23 Sydney local government areas. The Minister for Urban Infrastructure and Cities, Paul Fletcher, today officially launched the roll-out of the carrier-grade*…

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  • Surf titles provide a wave of economic benefits for Lake Macquarie

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    Lake Macquarie is set to experience an economic boost of more than $10 million as 20,000 thousand people hit the shores of Blacksmith Beach from February 24 – 11 March for the NSW Surf Life Saving Championships.  Dantia, Lake Macquarie’s economic development company, partnered with Lake Macquarie City Council and host club…

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  • Deb Aitchison joins Dantia as Operations & Administration Coordinator

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    New Recruit brings 20 years’ Administration Experience to Dantia Team Lake Macquarie local Deb Aitchison has joined the Dantia team in the newly created role of Operations & Administration Coordinator.  With extensive experience providing executive level administrative and project support to General Managers, Executives and leadership teams, Deb brings 20+ years’…

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  • Attractions and activities key to tourism success in Lake Mac

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    Dantia CEO Peter Francis joined Newcastle Airport CEO Dr Peter Cock and Hunter tourism advocate Will Creedon in a forum for Urban Development Institute of Australia on October 18 to discuss the region’s tourism challenges and opportunities. According to Mr Francis, tourists don’t recognise our LGA boundaries, so there is…

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