Business

Thu 4 Jun 2020

Grim sign in Australian shopping centres

Grim sign in Australian shopping centres

Shops closed amid the pandemic but some may never reopen leading to fears the dead mall phenomenon seen in the US could be in store for Australia.

DIY flu kit maker fails to float as huge losses pile up

premium_icon DIY flu kit maker fails to float as huge losses pile up

It’s a good thing Dr Sean Parsons has a committed bunch of ultra-wealthy investors willing to back his medical firm, which continues to lose money.

‘Massive shortage’ of eggs Australia-wide predicted

premium_icon ‘Massive shortage’ of eggs Australia-wide predicted

A major supermarket chain has announced plans that could drastically impact the cost of your grocery shop.

Six ways to future-proof your money against the recession

premium_icon Six ways to future-proof your money against the recession

It’s been 29 years since Australia experienced a recession — and there are ways you can still get ahead. This is what it means and what you should do right now.

This tax mistake could cost you hundreds of dollars

This tax mistake could cost you hundreds of dollars

The ATO is offering a concession this year but an expert has warned taxpayers that adopting the offer would be a costly error.

Trump: Snapchat trying to ‘rig election’

Trump: Snapchat trying to ‘rig election’

US President fires up at social media platform Snapchat after it announced it will stop promoting Donald Trump’s account

‘They’re being confusing’: Restaurant boss slams rules

premium_icon ‘They’re being confusing’: Restaurant boss slams rules

One restaurant is preparing for a bumper month while another sits empty – now the owner of both has called for a different approach to venue restrictions.

Woman’s X-rated workout confession

Woman’s X-rated workout confession

It may have happened to you, but women have only just discovered they’re not alone when it comes to experiencing the phenomenon.

Border blues flattening motorists' spark says business

premium_icon Border blues flattening motorists' spark says business

Veteran businessman Matt Moore is operating his new battery and roadside assistance business in a pandemic no-man’s land thanks to border ban.

Cattle export ban class action legal bill more than $4m

premium_icon Cattle export ban class action legal bill more than $4m

The cost of fighting the Federal Government in the successful class action by cattle producers would be north of $4 million, a lawyer has said.

This car cost nearly a billion dollars

This car cost nearly a billion dollars

This car won’t ever be driven on the road, so why did one man pour almost a billion dollars into it?

CRACKDOWN: $1.5 million to stop illegal dumping

premium_icon CRACKDOWN: $1.5 million to stop illegal dumping

DUMPED waste can harm our health and pollute the environment.

Qantas, Jetstar domestic flights resume as restrictions ease

Qantas, Jetstar domestic flights resume as restrictions ease

As restrictions around travel begin to ease, Qantas and Jetstar have made an announcement about a new string of flights around the country.

Get paid $30K to hike and drink beer

Get paid $30K to hike and drink beer

It sounds like a job almost too good to be true. But if going for a 3500km hike while throwing back a few cold ones sounds like a dream, you may be in luck.

Theme parks running desperately low on cash

premium_icon Theme parks running desperately low on cash

Desperate Gold Coast theme park bosses are sweating on a cash injection from the State Government as they continue to burn through millions each month.

Chinese cars enjoy boost in market during outbreak

premium_icon Chinese cars enjoy boost in market during outbreak

The car industry continues to take a battering from Coronavirus, but Chinese-built cars have defied the trend and seen a rise sales.

Why time is running out to score cheap fares to Far North

premium_icon Why time is running out to score cheap fares to Far North

The countdown is on for tourism leaders to secure travel deals before school holidays start.

Hundreds of jobs to be created by stadium build, operation

premium_icon Hundreds of jobs to be created by stadium build, operation

‘More than 240 jobs are being created during construction of the facility, and there will be an estimated 785 jobs when it’s up and running.’

Ex-councillor calls for CEO report to go public

premium_icon Ex-councillor calls for CEO report to go public

An ex-councillor has called on Sunshine Coast Council to publish a report on an investigation into allegations made against the former CEO.

Claims workers are being silenced a month after tragedy

premium_icon Claims workers are being silenced a month after tragedy

WORKERS at the site of last month’s underground explosion say they are facing constant pressure to stay quiet about safety concerns, a union has claimed.

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