Mark Mcgowan

Sporting News

WA Premier Mark McGowan announces border plans as final Ashes Test remains up in the air

WA Premier Mark McGowan has announced the state will open their borders at 90 per-cent double-vaccination, leaving the fifth Test of The Ashes series up in the air. The state is set to hit the target in late-January or early-February, and with the final Test of the series between Australia and England set for January 14th, there will be some serious question marks raised.

C&S Wholesale Grocers Appoints Mark McGowan as Senior Vice President of Retail; Bob Palmer Comments

KEENE, NH - The retail industry is one that moves at a quick pace, every day revealing new changes and faces. Over the past week, C&S Wholesale Grocers (C&S) has been on the leading edge of some of these evolutions, first announcing last week that it had entered into a definitive purchase agreement with Piggly Wiggly® Midwest to expand its footprint, and now revealing that it has appointed Mark McGowan as its new Senior Vice President, Retail, effective immediately.
Supermarket News

Ex-Stop & Shop chief Mark McGowan joins C&S Wholesale Grocers

C&S Wholesale Grocers has hired former Stop & Shop president Mark McGowan as senior vice president of retail, a newly created position. C&S said Friday that McGowan starts in the post effective immediately. He left Ahold Delhaize USA’s Stop & Shop supermarket chain at the end of 2019, after Giant Food President Gordon Reid took the reins as Stop & Shop’s president in late July of that year.
The Guardian

Mark McGowan leads Labor landslide in WA as Liberals' worst fears are realised

Mark McGowan has delivered a landslide victory for his Western Australian Labor government and a humiliating defeat to Zak Kirkup’s Liberal party. Labor is on course to claim 53 of WA’s 59 lower house seats; the Liberals have retained just two and suffered a bloodbath in metropolitan Perth in which it lost everything but its crown jewel of Cottesloe.
The Guardian

Perth's homelessness crisis: the WA election issue Mark McGowan can't shake off

Fremantle’s ‘tent city’ has shed light on Western Australia’s growing number of rough sleepers – and a Labor government presiding over a ballooning public housing waiting list. Just a few blocks from Western Australia’s parliament, dozens of vulnerable people have been turfed out of a city hotel and on to...