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Push to end exploitation of trolley...

The Fair Work Ombudsman is urging the nation’s major supermarket chains and shopping centres to help stamp out exploitation of vulnerable trolley collectors. Trolley collectors are arguably among Australia’s most vulnerable ... read more

EAT ON TIME TO APPEASE YOUR APP-ETI...

WESTFIELD SYDNEY REVEALS TOP LUNCHTIME WOES, LAUNCHING NEW APP ‘EAT ON TIME’ Sydney CBD workers will be amongst the first Australians to download an innovative new food app - Eat on Time ... read more

First Fantastic Furniture for North...

Fantastic Furniture is due to open at the Woolcock St Supa Stores later this year. The Woolcock st location will be the first Fantastic Furniture to open in North Queensland, with ... read more

Flowers, food and regional centres ...

Melbourne may be Australia's destination shopping city, but the bricks and mortar stores everywhere may want to get online quickly with a new report showing Melburnians buy more online than ... read more

Billabong posts $233m loss despite ...

Surf and skatewear retailer Billabong International has grown sales for the first time in three years but underlying earnings have continued to slide, weighed down by its American and European ... read more

Red Rooster audit reveals nearly ha...

Roast chicken outlet Red Rooster will have to repay more than $645,000 to 3140 current and former employees – nearly half its workforce – after a self-audit taken in conjunction ... read more

Scentre forecasts moderate income l...

Westfield offshoot Scentre Group will embark on an internal review of all its assets which could see some property sales to reduce debt in the longer term, according to new ... read more

Bluewater sale inflates Lend Lease ...

The sale of the UK shopping centre accounted for a large part of Lend Lease's bottom line. Lend Lease said full-year profit jumped 50 percent after selling its stake in a ... read more

JB Hi-Fi admits it has a bloke prob...

The JB Hi-Fi board set measurable objectives in relation to gender diversity in March 2012 and adopted a strategy to achieve these objectives. This strategy included developing systems to enable regular ... read more

Indooroopilly Shopping Centre’s n...

The fashion stakes have been raised even higher, with Indooroopilly Shopping Centre celebrating the completion of the refurbished Myer store, which boasts  an impressive range of new and inspirational international ... read more

David Jones boss Paul Zahra resigns...

David Jones chief executive Paul Zahra has resigned from the retailer following its $2.2 billion takeover by Woolworths South Africa, with the new owners of Australia's oldest department store pushing ... read more

Woolworths opens first online-only ...

It looks like a normal supermarket, complete with fruit and vegetables, meat and freshly baked bread, but there’s one thing missing from Woolworths’ newest store – the customers. Woolworths has opened ... read more

More stores for Woolworth’s Maste...

Woolworths has acquired another 16 hardware stores in NSW and Queensland for around $20 million after securing approval from the competition regulator to proceed with the purchase of Hudson Building ... read more

International brands shaping Austra...

On the back of Myer CEO and managing director Bernie Brookes’ statement that the Australian retail sector – in the midst of its third major revolution in 50 years – ... read more

KMART OPENS FIRST 24 HOUR DEPARTMEN...

26 June, 2014 - Western Australian’s will have their first 24 hour shopping experience in a department store when Eaton Fair Shopping Centre in Greater Bunbury completes its expansion in ... read more

Coles mulls joining Financial Servi...

Coles is considering membership of the powerful Financial Services Council, giving it a seat at the table among the nation’s leading wealth managers just as the supermarket giant gathers momentum ... read more

Retail trend: Call it click-and-mor...

Some of the hippest online retailers around are pioneering an old concept: offline retailing. After years of squeezing traditional retailers, e-commerce companies that were once digital-only are seeing the value of ... read more

Noni B flags $8m loss on slumping s...

Women’s fashion chain Noni B has warned sales failed to recover in June after a slump in trading around the release of the federal budget and the chain would now ... read more

Spam sushi? ‘Super consumers&...

Consumer products experts Rachael Powell and Eddie Yoon live at opposite ends of the earth but share a common passion – spam. Not the unsolicited emails that fill their inboxes, but ... read more

Woolworths trademark maps out finan...

Eager to not fall behind arch rival Coles as it pushes deeper into offering a suite of financial services to shoppers, Woolworths has mapped out its own ambitious plan for ... read more

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