Cafes, Restaurants and Dining in Perth, Western Australia.

The 457 Temporary Work (Skilled) visa explained

The 457 Temporary Work (Skilled) visa explained

Nov 29, 2017

When the government unexpectedly announced last April that the 457 Temporary Work (Skilled) visa would be scrapped in March 2018, many in the restaurant industry panicked. They argue that scrapping the 457 will make it harder and more expensive to get skilled overseas staff. While there’s no denying the...

Entries Now Open for Agricultural Society Wine Scholarships

Entries Now Open for Agricultural Society Wine Scholarships

Aug 16, 2017

The Royal Agricultural Society of WA, as part of its expanding education program, is offering two students the opportunity to study a wine related course to expand their knowledge and continue their career within the WA wine industry. The Wine Industry Scholarship was introduced in 2016 in recognition of...

AHA Supports Youth Jobs in Hospitality Industry

AHA Supports Youth Jobs in Hospitality Industry

Aug 2, 2017

The Australian Hotels Association (AHA) today announced it has committed to support up to 10,000 internships across the Australian hotels and hospitality industry through the Commonwealth’s Youth Jobs PaTH (Prepare-Trial-Hire) program. AHA(WA) CEO, Bradley Woods, said the program has already seen...

Peter Trefort inducted into the Agricultural Hall of Fame

Peter Trefort inducted into the Agricultural Hall of Fame

May 11, 2017

The Royal Agricultural Society of Western Australia is proud to announce that Peter Trefort, one of the foremost contributors to WA agricultural education, is the 2017 inductee to the Agricultural Hall of Fame. Mr Trefort has worked in leadership roles across the agricultural industry throughout his life...

Penalty Rates Changes a Win for Public

Penalty Rates Changes a Win for Public

Mar 1, 2017

The recent decision by the Fair Work Commission (FWC) on penalty rates is a win for the public as hospitality venues will be able to open more on Sundays and public holidays. Australian Hotels Association (WA) CEO Bradley Woods says while there are positives from the FWC’s decision, it does not go far...

Tomorrow’s Apprentices Compete in School Master Chef Cook-off

Tomorrow’s Apprentices Compete in School Master Chef Cook-off

Aug 3, 2016

The final cook-off for the “HGT Taste of the Future” Schools Cooking Competition – open to Year 11 & 12 students in WA Schools – was held on 27th July 2016 at Belmont City College. The competition assisted in raising awareness and promoting chef apprenticeships to secondary school...

International Year of the Pulse

International Year of the Pulse

Jun 8, 2016

North Metropolitan TAFE, 29th June 2016 – 5.30pm. The “Make Me Your Hero” menu is a collaborative effort of Jude Blereau Wholefood Cooking and Award winning Chef Peter Manifis, showcasing their passion for the health benefits of eating seasonal wholefoods and demonstrating a rich...

Crown wins ‘Employer of the Year’ at WA Training Awards

Crown wins ‘Employer of the Year’ at WA Training Awards

Sep 9, 2015

Crown Perth is proud to be the recipient of the ‘WA Employer of the Year’ Award, which was announced on Friday 4 September at the WA Training Awards presentation dinner.The WA Training Awards recognise the outstanding achievements of apprentices, trainees and vocational students, and the contribution...

HOSPITALITY INDUSTRY WELCOMES NEW ARRANGEMENTS FOR TRAINING PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT

HOSPITALITY INDUSTRY WELCOMES NEW ARRANGEMENTS FOR TRAINING PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT

Apr 22, 2015

New training product development arrangements announced for the vocational education sector by the Australian Government this morning is a welcome step in addressing the skill needs of the tourism and hospitality sector, according to peak industry association Restaurant & Catering Australia...

Family and food are the perfect ingredients for award winner

Family and food are the perfect ingredients for award winner

Apr 1, 2015

A passion for creating amazing flavour combinations and a keen interest in the cooking industry have earned Casuarina student Mikayla Archibald a top honour at Challenger Institute of Technology’s Student Awards Ceremony. The Certificate II in Kitchen Operations graduate was awarded the Vocational...

PENALTY RATES APPEAL REJECTED

PENALTY RATES APPEAL REJECTED

Aug 27, 2014

Restaurant & Catering Australia (R&CA), the peak national organisation representing the interests of Australia’s 35,000 restaurateurs, caterers and café operators, is pleased the Federal Court has rejected the United Voice’s appeal under the Restaurant Industry Award. Restaurant & Catering...

WA Signature Dish – and the winner is…

WA Signature Dish – and the winner is…

Jun 6, 2014

Buy West Eat Best’s inaugural WA’s Signature Dish competition was open to amateurs who love food and cooking, and not to professional chefs. To be in the running to win WA’s Signature Dish, contestants needed to submit their original recipes online and then battle it out in one of four...

PENALTY RATE RELIEF FOR RESTAURATEURS

May 15, 2014

14 May 2014 - Todays’ decision by a Full Bench of the Fair Work Commission to reduce penalty rates by 25 percent on Sundays for casual employees has been welcomed by Restaurant & Catering Australia (R&CA) – the national association that leads and represents the interests of the 35,000...

Chef required

Chef required

Apr 2, 2014

Thai chef required for Thai restaurant in Northbridge. Call Nivet on (08) 9328 7647.

Staff Required

Staff Required

Sep 23, 2013

Cranked is looking for two chefs or experienced commercial cooks. 40hrs per week. 2 RDO’s per week. Mostly days with only open Thursday night so would work that night on a rotation basis. Call Joanne on (08) 6161 0730 or 0439 988...

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