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New look Target Werribee store deli...

August 26, 2015 - Target, Australia’s favourite value department store will open its doors on Thursday 27th August at the newly refurbished Pacific Werribee. Locals will be able to experience ... read more

Dick Smith doubles its online sales

Dick Smith has doubled its online performance last year, with 8 per cent of the electronics retailer's sales coming from digital customers. It was just one area of growth for the former ... read more

The financial road for Australia ov...

To mark its 20 year anniversary today, Australia’s largest retail share trading platform, CommSec, has undertaken an in depth review of economic developments and the evolution of share trading in ... read more

Cut penalty rate call as Sunday tra...

Sunday could soon become a more popular shopping day than Saturday if current trends continue, a new analysis suggests, sparking fresh calls to liberalise retail­ trading hours. The trend has also ... read more

GPT Group profit jumps 75 per cent

MLC Centre, co-owned by GPT is undergoing a major repositioning GPT Group has reported a strong interim profit result for 2015, delivering a net profit after tax of $421.9 million, representing an ... read more

WEST FIELD BREAKFAST SEMINAR

3 INSPIRING SPEAKERS, 3 INCREDIBLE HOURS In this rapidly evolving and complex retail environment, knowledge is key to maintaining your competitive advantage. The Westfield Breakfast Seminar Series is returning for 2015 with another ... read more

GOWINGS PACIFIC COAST SHOPPING CENT...

Pacific Coast Shopping Centres is the umbrella brand name for the Gowings group of shopping centres. Gowings was not just an iconic department store in Sydney with a history spanning some ... read more

MANAGEMENT CHANGES AT COLES AND WOO...

Both Coles and Woolworths have made further changes to their liquor and supermarkets teams respectively, as both try to re-instigate growth in these divisions. Two new senior appointments at Coles Liquor Coles ... read more

Retailers lag as Australian consume...

More Australians are comfortable shopping online but heightened expectations about what retailers can provide means businesses need to lift their digital game, new data reveals. The IBM’s 2015 Global Smarter Consumer Study, ... read more

Why we avoid taking stairs

Close proximity of a staircase to an escalator that seems so much faster and more convenient discourage people from making the healthy decision of taking the stairs, says a study. To ... read more

Retailers lag as Australian consume...

More Australians are comfortable shopping online but heightened expectations about what retailers can provide means businesses need to lift their digital game, new data reveals. The IBM’s 2015 Global Smarter Consumer Study, ... read more

Abbott government’s ‘bl...

A drop in energy use by Australians has slashed billions of dollars from energy bills since 2010, but those savings are threatened by the introduction of "blue tape" policies by ... read more

Sydney nightclubs to get free Wi-Fi

Two of Sydney’s hottest nightclubs Ivy and Establishment are set to be decked out with free Wi-Fi under a new agreement ASX-listed Wi-fi technology company SkyFii. The installation comes as part ... read more

Green energy measures add value to ...

The British Council of Shopping Centres argues that investment in energy efficiency improvements could boost retail property values by up to five per cent   Shopping centres could boost their market value ... read more

‘Nowhere near enough timeR...

The state government has been accused of ramming through the sale of prime public land to Woolworths. The NSW government announced on Tuesday that it would enter into confidential and exclusive commercial ... read more

Hong Kong’s Link Reit confide...

The broadening of the company's investment mandate to cover assets outside Hong Kong and development activities could help diversify risk and also provide growth drivers, said Nicholas Sallnow-Smith, the chairman ... read more

Australian Retail Sales Plunge, Tra...

Confidence in Australia’s economy was rattled today as government figures showed retail-sales growth stalled in April and that the country’s trade deficit ballooned in the same month both of which ... read more

Regional retail pushes Federation C...

The recent approval of Federation Centres merger with Novion Property Group by the NSW Supreme Court indicating all conditions had been satisfied should have been well received given most analysts ... read more

Shopping centres join fight to save...

EARLIER this year, the lives of Mandurah’s Williams family were turned upside down when 22-month-old Harrison was diagnosed with stage 4 neuroblastoma. Harrison has a massive tumour that comes from his ... read more

Weak retail, trade data knocks Aust...

SYDNEY--Confidence in Australia's economy was rattled Thursday by government figures showing retail-sales growth stalled in April and that the country's trade deficit ballooned in the same month. Economists had been expecting ... read more

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