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Want business success? Look after your mental health

For World Mental Health Day, Australian Small Business and Family Enterprise Ombudsman Kate Carnell reminded small business owners of the importance of mental wellbeing. “Today...

Soft sell: slow retail year continued in August

The retail sector has continued its slow year, according to the latest Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS) report. The report showed soft sales figures for...

Waitrose & Partners to deliver ‘inside the home’

Waitrose & Partners is set to become the UK’s first supermarket to deliver groceries to customers inside the home. And it will even put...

More Aussies online than ever before, but gaps remain

More Australians have internet access than ever before, according to a new report. But ‘digital inclusion’ varies according to both geography and socioeconomic status. The...

Government throws in towel over tampon tax

The Australian federal government has finally agreed to scrap GST on sanitary products, broadly known as the ‘tampon tax’. It will remove the 10 per...

Pay rise for Tesco UK’s sustainable dairy farmers

Tesco’s Sustainable Dairy Group Farmers (TSDG) in the UK will soon receive more money for the milk they produce. From November 1, Tesco will increase...

Retailers slam Christmas penalty rates hike

The National Retail Association (NRA) has slammed the decision to raise penalty rates just before Christmas. The Fair Work Commission (FWC) has ruled that penalty...

Sainsbury’s and Tesco combat food waste

British supermarket Sainsbury’s has pledged its support to an ambitious new Food Waste Reduction Roadmap developed by IGD and Wrap. According to Sainsbury’s, tackling food...

From baaa’d to good: year of extremes for lamb

Annual Australian lamb slaughter is now projected to be 22.9 million for 2018, up two per cent on 2017. Sheep slaughter is forecast to...

Online shopping is future of retail, say Aussie consumers

Three in five Australian consumers believe the shift to online shopping is unstoppable, according to new research. In fact, 59 per cent say they believe...

Instagram aiming to help shoppers

Instagram has announced two updates that it claims will make shopping easier on the social-media platform. After testing ‘Shopping in Stories’ in June, the company...

TIC hits back at BATA’s non-compliance claim

Tobacco Imports Company (TIC) has responded to claims by British American Tobacco Australia (BATA) that some of TIC’s brands don’t comply with the Tobacco...
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