Re­tail jobs as cen­tres grow

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greater re­tailer mix fash­ion, life­style and food,’’ she says.

Tony Rocca, owner of Run­dle St-based Ital­ian cafe Brunelli, opens his third branch as part of the West Lakes Shop­ping Cen­tre ex­pan­sion, em­ploy­ing about 30 full­time and part-time work­ers, in­clud­ing chefs, pizza mak­ers, baris­tas and wait­ers.

He says the West Lakes cafe is an in­vest­ment be­cause it is ‘‘ an area of huge growth’’.

‘‘ We have a cafe in the city and one in the eastern sub­urbs, so we thought the western sub­urbs was the next move,’’ Rocca says.

Emily McPhee, 21, of Largs North, is one of those to get a job in the new cafe.

‘‘ I’m ex­cited to be work­ing so close to home,’’ she says. across


Pic­ture: Roger Wy­man

HEAT­ING UP: Emily McPhee, new barista at Tony Rocca’s third Brunelli’s cafe, at the new West­field re­de­vel­op­ment at West Lakes.

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