The business scene at Dubbo has undergone some changes in the first half of 2021.
Some shops, offices and eateries closed the doors for the final time, but new ventures also launched after securing bricks and mortar spaces in the city.
Other established businesses made moves within the city, finding a new place to call home.
The Daily Liberal has taken a look at some of the business changes taking place from January to June 30. *
The new Salvos Store Dubbo in Talbragar Street in March.
Women's clothing and accessories store Laurie Claire Boutique in Orana Mall in March, Orana Mall announced in a post to Facebook.
Men's grooming services Big Barber at Dubbo Square in April, Dubbo Square announced in a post to Facebook.
Gift store Dash & Star by local businesswoman Larrissa Kek at Dubbo Hospital in May.
Sushi Haru at Dubbo Square in May, Dubbo Square announced in a post to Facebook.
Women's and men's fashion store Jeanswest in May, in a Dubbo Square tenancy.
North Dubbo RSL Sporties in Erskine Street on May 31, becoming the new home of Dubbo City Bowling Club.
FSW Shoes, located in Macquarie Street in February.
It had been trading in the city for more than a decade.
Gifts, clothing and homewares store Molly's Place in Talbragar Street in May.
Eatery the Yum Yum Bar on June 30, after calling Orana Mall home for more than 41 years, Orana Mall said in a post to Facebook.
The Commonwealth Bank branch at Orana Mall permanently closed in May, leaving the financial institution with just one branch in the city.
Marsh Carney Saddlery moved from Talbragar Street to 62 Victoria Street in April.
Pizza Cravings moved down the road to 45 Whylandra Street in April.
Tax preparation firm H&R Block relocated from Church Street to 74 Macquarie Street, in the premises previously occupied by travel agency We Know Travel.
Dubbo Chamber of Commerce moved to The Exchange Clock Tower in April, and thanked Boyce Chartered Accountants for space within its premises for the previous few years.
Newly-named Smiley Treats opened at 21 Talbragar Street in May, having previously operated as Smiley Tea from within the Asian supermarket down the block since January 2020.
It's added street food to its bubble tea menu.
In June Carpet Court Dubbo moved from its long-time home in Darling Street opposite Victoria Park to 5 Hawthorn Street, the building previously occupied by Freedom Furniture.
*This list is not exhaustive, and Dubbo businesses are welcome to submit their latest updates to the Daily Liberal.