All john groenendijk articles
Cuy leads race
Monday, 10th September, 2012
Incumbent ahead of Black in ballot for city's Mayor
By Kurtis J Eichler
Wincen Cuy appears set to win a second term as Mayor of Broken Hill.
Friday, 7th September, 2012
In the lead-up to tomorrow's Council elections, the BDT has this week run interviews with the city's mayoral candidates.
The questions cover a range of topics and have been answered by Mayor Wincen Cuy, and councillors Darriea Turley and John Groenendijk.
The series finishes today with John Groenendijk.
Man with a plan
Tuesday, 4th September, 2012
By Kurtis J Eichler
Outsourcing management of the Civic Centre and the Airport could be the secret to City Council's financial success, according to mayoral contender John Groenendijk.
Councillor Groenendijk says outsourcing "huge expenses" such as the Film Studio, Civic Centre, The Albert Kersten Mining and Mineral Museum, the Airport and the Visitors Information Centre to specialist operators could save a cash-strapped Council $4 million.
"It doesn't mean Council will sell these or lose control; ownership will be retained by Council but the operations and management will be outsourced," he said yesterday.
Basics at core of mayoral candidate
Tuesday, 7th August, 2012
By Erica Visser
With nominations for council elections closing tomorrow, a new mayoral candidate has stepped up.
Councillor John Groenendijk, who until now had remained quiet about his plans, confirmed yesterday that he was in the running.
Cheers to a change
Wednesday, 4th January, 2012
By Darrin Manuel
After years as a restaurateur, hotelier, motel operator, councillor and Chamber of Commerce Vice President, John Groenendijk believes it’s time to lighten his load.
Mr Groenendijk is looking to sell the lease for the Southern Cross Hotel and Desert Sand Motor Inn after health concerns and family commitments became a priority.
The 51-year-old moved to the city from Melbourne with wife Marion five years ago, leaving behind their three adult children.