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More than 200 peo­ple turned out last Thurs­day for the Kwinana Coles Ca­reers Night at Kwinana Mar­ket­place.

The event was an op­por­tu­nity for peo­ple in the com­mu­nity to ex­plore ca­reer op­tions, with ca­reer de­vel­op­ment group Bridg­ing the Gap on hand to help with ap­pli­ca­tions.

Kwinana MLA Roger Cook also at­tended the event and said it was im­por­tant Coles em­ployed lo­cal peo­ple as it was a new Kwinana store.

“As the Kwinana MP, lo­cal jobs are my big­gest pri­or­ity. That’s why I ap­proached Coles to put on the fo­rum,” he said. “By sup­port­ing lo­cal jobs, Coles will be adding real value to their busi­ness. The fo­rum was a great op­por­tu­nity to hear first­hand about job op­por­tu­ni­ties at Coles in Kwinana.”

Pic­tures: David Sal­vaire

Bobby Gor­i­canec and San­jay Karki.

Al­bert and James Roger at the Kwinana Coles Ca­reers Night.

Kelly Rowe and Trys Red­dick, of Bridg­ing the Gap.

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