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75pc of Australians want more compe...

A survey by independent grocery retailers ahead of the release on Tuesday of the Harper competition policy review has found overwhelming public support for tougher laws to boost competition in ... read more

PLAY 9 Latest Entertainment For Kid...

Play9 from TKM9_LAB on Vimeo. ... read more

Australia’s tax system under ...

The rise of the digital economy and increasing imports of online goods under the $1000 GST-free threshold are putting strain on Australia's tax system, according to a Government discussion paper ... read more

Australia’s digital economy w...

Australia’s digital economy is valued at $79 billion (or 5.1%) of gross domestic product (GDP), larger than the traditional industries of agriculture, transport and retail, according to The Connected Continent II ... read more

New scheme to reduce Burton shoppin...

A TOWN centre will be 'safer and more secure' as a result of better co-operation between businesses and police. All three shopping centres in Burton, along with individual stores, will work ... read more

Battle for Sydney’s prime ret...

There is a battle royale looming in the Sydney central business district as to which street, Pitt, George or Castlereagh, will be crowned as the "One", for rents, vacancy and ... read more

Consumer Goods Retail in Australia ...

The Consumer Goods Retail subdivision has struggled with tough retail conditions over the past five years. Early in the period, weak economic growth and volatile consumer sentiment due to instability in ... read more

The GPT Group’s Wollongong Ce...

The GPT Group's Wollongong Central shortlisted for the International Architizer’s A+ Awards! The GPT Group’s Wollongong Central development has been named a finalist in the “shopping centre” category of the Architizer ... read more

Myer shareholder launches legal act...

Embattled department store chain Myer Holdings has been hit by another blow after a well-known litigator and Myer shareholder launched legal action against the retailer over its bungled profit downgrade. Myer ... read more

Small shop sales sizzle as investor...

Retail shops on Melbourne's suburban strips are changing hands on unprecedented yields as a wave of cheap money from a growing pool of investors pushes up prices. A string of recent ... read more

Surfwear retailer Billabong rejects...

Struggling surf-wear retailer Billabong said on Thursday it received notice of a shareholder class action lawsuit over market disclosures it made four years ago. The Federal Court of Australia online register ... read more

CHADSTONE THE WORLD’S NO.1

We all know Chadstone - and that's not just here in Australia; the whole shopping centre world knows Chadstone. It's not just iconic, powerful, the benchmark, along with a host ... read more

Chadstone mall takes Big Guns award

Chadstone Shopping Centre in Melbourne is undergoing a $600 million redevelopment. Chadstone Shopping Centre in Melbourne's south east has emerged as the Big Gun mall of the year, based on sales ... read more

Woolies, Coles steely amid AldiR...

Aldi's rise and rise in Australia has delivered all the right headlines for a company that has long sought to quietly achieve. But complaints from customers of finding maggots, fingernail and ... read more

Ikea has stopped plans by thousands of people to play hide-and-seek in its maze-like stores in the Netherlands. After a spirited round of the children's game attracted hundreds of people to ... read more

Myer CEO Bernie Brookes resigns, Ri...

Myer chief executive Bernie Brookes is stepping down immediately and will hand the reins to Richard Umbers,  a former Woolworths and Australia Post executive who joined the department store chain ... read more

Breville says negative consumer con...

Breville has reported "negative consumer confidence and a difficult discretionary retail trading setting" in Australia and flagged continued challenging business conditions globally as it posts a slide in half-year profit. Net ... read more

Woolworths inks deal with eBay to d...

Woolworths hopes to cement its position as Australia's leading bricks and clicks retailer by joining forces with one of its biggest competitors, eBay. Under a partnership unveiled on Tuesday, eBay customers ... read more

Gloria Jean’s Coffees Raises More...

19 February 2015: Gloria Jean’s Coffees has raised over half a million dollars for Variety - the Children’s Charity since it partnered with the national not-for-profit in 2011. The funds ... read more

Westfield shopping centres targeted...

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