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Woolworths creates own media business, Cartology

Woolworths Group has announced the launch of a new stand-alone media business, which it has called Cartology.According to Woolworths, the new business will ensure...

Aldi announces new support for dairy farmers

Aldi Australia says it has increased the price of its two-litre and three-litre Farmdale fresh milk to support dairy farmers.The retailer has put up...

Wesfarmers and Woolies among Australia’s top 10 companies

Wesfarmers and Woolies have taken two of the top spots in IBISWorld’s 2018 list of Australia’s Top 1000 companies.Significantly, given the rapidly evolving retail...

Adelaide retailers hail Easter Monday trading

The National Retail Association (NRA) has welcomed the decision to allow suburban Adelaide retailers to trade on Easter Monday.The NRA hailed the SA government’s...

Deloitte predicts ‘pain’ for Australian retailers in 2019

Deloitte says retailers have benefitted from consumers “living beyond their means”, but that change is coming for 2019.Retail sales weakened in 2018, says Deloitte,...

Shhh! … Coles ushers in ‘Quiet Hour’ to more stores

Coles’ is now offering ‘Quiet Hour’, its so-called “low-sensory shopping experience”, at 256 of its supermarkets across Australia.According to Coles, the Quiet Hour initiative...

Woolies expands food range to cater for dietary needs

Woolworths has introduced 24 new products in the Woolworths Free From and Macro Wholefoods Market range.The reason, it says, is “to cater to the...

Is Kaufland using LinkedIn to poach Aldi’s finest?

An Aldi employee has contacted Retail World claiming Kaufland got in touch with them on LinkedIn about a job move.The employee, who wishes to...

Many tobacco retailers would prefer not to sell tobacco

New research has revealed that one in five tobacco retailers would prefer not to sell tobacco products.Cancer Council NSW and Western Sydney University carried...

Kaufland picks Melbourne for Australian distribution centre

Kaufland, one of the world’s largest supermarket chains, will open its first Australian distribution centre at Merrifield Business Park, Melbourne.The business park is in...

Growing pains: cost of raising infants up by a quarter

The cost of raising a newborn from birth to four years old has risen by 26.3 per cent over the past five years, according...

Community retail foodies challenging ‘big end of town’

Community-based retailing is challenging the ‘big end of town’ for the dollars of foodies and family diners, new data suggests.The government’s ‘Food demand in...
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