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                                        Aussie teen’s dramatic Woolies pay cut

                                        Plastic bag-free

                                        A furious father has kickstarted the penalty rate debate after revealing his teenage daughter is now $25 worse off per week.

                                        Big sign economy is bouncing back

                                        Shopping

                                        Latest retail figures show more Australians are shopping, prompting signs the economy is beginning to recover from the COVID-19 shutdown.

                                        Kanye’s $1b deal under threat

                                        The rapper and presidential wannabe has threatened to kill off a massive deal with retailer Gap – unless he nabs a spot on its board.

                                        Woolies shuts distribution sites

                                        Woolworth Distribution Centre

                                        Potential stock shortages loom at Woolworths’ Victorian stores after its two Melbourne distribution sites were forced to shut due to an outbreak.

                                        $12 iPhones up for grabs today

                                        Riga, Latvia - October 28, 2019: Person taking photo with the latest Apple iPhone 11 Pro mobile phone with triple-lens camera.

                                        Australian bargain hunters are in luck, with a massive, brand new online shopping sale event already well underway.

                                        Virus’ staggering effect on business

                                        Melbourne In Lockdown As Victoria Works To Contain COVID-19 Spread

                                        Economists are warning 10 per cent of Australian businesses could close if JobKeeper and loan deferrals are not extended past September.

                                        Virus cases mount at Woolies sites

                                        Woolworth Distribution Centre

                                        Overtime shifts have been offered to staff at Woolworths’ Melbourne distribution centres before they were told of positive coronavirus cases as infections continue to rise in workers.

                                        Ikea worker positive for coronavirus

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                                        An Ikea distribution centre worker in Sydney has been struck down with COVID-19 after turning up to work while infectious.

                                        Retailer in trouble for ‘misleading’ discounts

                                        Kogan raised the prices before offering the discount. Picture: ACCC

                                        A court has found a sale by online retailer Kogan was misleading after it increased the price of products just before the offer started.

                                        Another club shut down in COVID hot spot

                                        Magpies Sports club, Croydon Park

                                        A Sydney sports club has closed overnight for deep cleaning and advised customers to get tested after a COVID case was identified at the venue.

                                        Disturbing child sex dolls sold online

                                        One of the disturbing life-like child dolls sold on Alibaba.

                                        An Australian investigation has uncovered large numbers of lifelike and anatomically correct sex dolls for sale, including ones the size of babies.

                                        Afterpay ups expansion plan

                                        Australian technology company Afterpay is upping the ante in the US, with plans to offer its buy-now-pay-later service through Google and Apple.

                                        Coles meat shortage fears after outbreak

                                        Supermarket Action

                                        The supermarket giant is facing a potential disruption to its meat supply as a result of the brutal coronavirus crisis engulfing Victoria.

                                        Brisbane teens make $70k in lockdown

                                        Coronavirus Victoria: teenage entrepreneurs?who made $70k during lockdown set their sights on Melbourne

                                        Two teens made $70,000 in a month at the height of Australia’s lockdown, more money than they had in the rest of their lives combined.

                                        $534m boost for Victorian businesses

                                        Australians React As Tough Restrictions Are Announced In Response To Coronavirus Pandemic

                                        Struggling Victorian businesses entering a second round of lockdown restrictions have been given a $534 million boost by the State Government.

                                        Product ‘too naughty’ for Coles, Woolies

                                        Perth mum Renae Bunster's S*** the Bed Hot Sauce a smash hit .

                                        Renae Bunster started her $1 million-a-year business from her kitchen – but there’s a cheeky reason you won’t find her items in supermarkets.

                                        Bunnings sausage sizzle to return

                                        Bunnings Warehouse first UK Store in St Albans holding their first Saturday Sausage Sizzle charity day - St Albans, Hertfordshire

                                        Bunnings will restart its iconic sausage sizzles this weekend — but not all states can enjoy the barbecue goodness straight away.

                                        Aussie shops shut indefinitely

                                        Melbourne’s brutal second lockdown has sparked the closure of dozens of big-name retail stores in the city – with no end in sight.

                                        Return date for Bunnings sausage sizzle

                                        The iconic retailer was forced to park the barbie for a few months but a return of the charity cook-up has been revealed.

                                        ‘Humiliating’ note on woman’s coffee

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                                        A woman has described the moment she picked up her coffee order and saw the offensive word the barista had scrawled on the side.

                                        Reject Shop’s $3 billion secret weapon

                                        Coles to move into Chullorra Marketplace

                                        The Reject Shop is bucking the retail apocalypse and is on track to become a multibillion-dollar company – thanks to a smart strategy.

                                        ‘Massive queues’: Supermarkets overrun

                                        A large queue of people waiting to get into Woolworths. Picture: Leo Stubbing

                                        Shoppers in Melbourne have flocked to supermarkets as the city is placed into lockdown, with a customer calling it “terrifying”.

                                        ‘Ominous’ sign for Myer, DJs stores

                                        People walking along a busy street in Melbourne

                                        A quiet move, unnoticed by customers, threatens to strip shelves at Myer and DJs, stoking concerns about the stores’ ongoing viability.

                                        Needles in strawberries at Woolies store

                                        Needles and thumbtacks have been found in a punnet of strawberries, an avocado and a loaf of bread at a Woolworths in Adelaide.

                                        Woolies’ drastic step to keep to people safe

                                        WOOLWORTHS BALMAIN

                                        Woolworths has announced a range of new precautionary measures for its stores as the Victorian virus crisis continues.

                                        Woolworths joins Coles in limiting items

                                        Panic Buying

                                        Woolworths has joined its competitor in reinstating product limits after Coles set two-pack limits on a long list of items.

                                        ‘Misleading’: Aussie juice company slammed

                                        A juice company has been slammed for its Aussie claims.

                                        A juice brand has come under fire for claiming customers are “supporting local” when less than 10 per cent of its ingredients are Australian.

                                        Coles change to online payments

                                        The supermarket giant has defended a new process for how it charges customers after a number of complaints surfaced online.

                                        Woolies cops record fine

                                        Woolies’ has paid a record fine to Australia’s media watchdog after it was found to have spammed its customers.

                                        ‘Inexcusable’: Woolies cops huge penalty

                                        The supermarket giant has been slapped with the largest ever penalty for spamming violations, twice as large as the previous record.

                                        ‘No sense’: Panic buying hits virus-free state

                                        Despite it being more than a month since Queensland recorded community transmission, locals have still returned to this “ridiculous” habit.

                                        Target adds another closure to the long list

                                        The Target brand is fading fast in Australia and it’s been revealed another of its stores is closing for good, being converted into a Woolies.

                                        Sydney welcomes retail behemoth

                                        Gladys Berejiklian and Stuart Ayres Presser

                                        US retail giant Amazon’s new fulfilment centre will cover an area the size of Taronga Zoo and create more than 1500 jobs.

                                        Iconic Aussie bikini brand collapses

                                        An iconic Australian bikini brand that has 44 stores across Australia has collapsed, citing the coronavirus pandemic as the reason.

                                        Cosmetics giant renames ‘racist’ products

                                        L’oreal to remove racist words

                                        L’Oreal is renaming dozens of products which it believes makes white skin appear as the ideal option, in the wake of the Black Lives Matter movement.

                                        Panic buying spreads beyond Victoria

                                        Supplied  Panic buying toilet paper in Woolworths Gosford. Picture: Arna Back/news.com.au

                                        Supermarket shelves in some stores in NSW have been stripped of toilet roll as the surge in demand spreads across the border from Victoria.

                                        Ikea shelves nearly stripped bare

                                        Empty shelves at Kmart, Ashfield, Sydney. Pictures: Benedict Brook/news.com.au

                                        The furniture giant has become the latest retailer to find itself with empty shelves as customer demand surges.

                                        Huge hidden cost of panic buying

                                        Crowds of shoppers at the start of the virus pandemic created a sales boom for supermarkets. But there was a downside as well.

                                        Second wave of panic buying hits

                                        A customer said she saw panic buying in action in Melbourne today. Picture: Instagram.

                                        A major supermarket has confirmed that there is a new rush on loo roll as concern grows in Melbourne over a growing number of virus cases.

                                        Sneaky way Aussies avoiding vaping ban

                                        Closeup portrait gorgeous young girl smoking e-cigarette

                                        Smokers are stocking up on e-cigarette products ahead of a ban on imports from July 1 as debate rages over its health risks.

                                        Woolies axing more than 1300 jobs

                                        Supermarket giant Woolworths will cut more than 1300 workers and make them redundant as it moves to automated distribution centres.

                                        Hairdressers told not to chat to clients

                                        Being quizzed on your weekend plans as you have your hair snipped could be a thing of the past in a post-coronavirus world.

                                        99-pack of beer coming to Australia

                                        99-beer-pack bargain hitting Australian shelves

                                        Forget bringing a six-pack to your next party. Now you can buy a monolithic 99-pack of beer — and it’s cheap.

                                        Retailers refusing to reopen stores

                                        SYDNEY, AUSTRALIA - JANUARY 23, 2017: Detail of Sportsgirl store in Sydney, Australia. an Australian womens clothing chain founded at 1948.

                                        Despite COVID-19 restrictions being eased across the country and people rushing to the shops, a number of retailers are keeping their doors shut.

                                        Aussie brewer hit with racism claim

                                        Colonial Brewing Co

                                        An Australian craft beer brand will consider changing its name after being subjected to an anti-racism campaign.

                                        Domino’s hits back over 2012 tweet

                                        Domino's

                                        Domino’s has hit back at criticism after an eight-year-old tweet was resurfaced in an attempt to “cancel” the pizza chain.

                                        Key detail stopping Coon name change

                                        Supermarket products

                                        A renewed push to change the name of Coon cheese is facing fierce resistance because of a historic detail the brand has clung to for decades.

                                        Anger over detail in Woolies receipt

                                        The Woolworths shopper described the receipt as "such a waste". Picture: Facebook

                                        A Woolworths shopper has sparked a furious social media debate over a receipt – but the supermarket giant says there’s a simple solution.

                                        Big change coming to ‘iconic’ restaurants

                                        Hashtag Burgers has joined the movement. Picture: Instagram/@hashtag_burgers

                                        Some of the country’s most popular eateries are adding some unexpected new twists to their menus this week for a good reason.

                                        Woolies ends tough checkout rule

                                        Plastic bag-free

                                        It was one of the most stressful aspects of grocery shopping during the coronavirus crisis – but from today, it has come to an end.

                                        $10m idea sparked in dimly lit smoky bars

                                        Smoky bar sparks $10 million idea

                                        An Aussie Melbourne brand has revolutionised the ready to drink market by capitalising on the pandemic and scoring a deal with Amazon.

                                        Photo sparks Aldi loo roll debate

                                        An Aldi shopper is convinced the chain's toilet paper has changed - but Aldi has denied the claim. Picture: Facebook

                                        Aldi has denied making changes to its toilet paper after a woman claimed to have noticed an odd new detail in a social media exchange.

                                        Amazon’s multi-million dollar Aussie hub

                                        Online retail giant Amazon is setting up shop in Brisbane, with construction to begin straight away on a new hub set to create 200 jobs.

                                        Aussie women lose it over $70 bra

                                        The bras have been selling out during iso.

                                        There’s one reason why this bra is “flying off shelves”, helping an Australian retailer to pocket a cool $39,000 in just two short months.

                                        ‘Crazy’ customer sues Apple for $1 trillion

                                        If the disgruntled iPhone user were to win his legal case, it would make him the world’s richest man – ahead of Jeff Bezos and Bill Gates.

                                        Ikea’s new $1 item to cause frenzy

                                        Ikea Reopens Stores In England And Northern Ireland As Coronavirus Lockdown Eases

                                        The Swedish furniture giant has successfully infiltrated the Aussie retail sector and it now has its eyes on a different market.

                                        Coles sued over ‘racist’ servo incident

                                        Coles express servo closing

                                        An Aboriginal activist has launched legal action against Coles after he was made to pre-pay for fuel at a petrol station in Townsville.

                                        Surprising products Target is dumping

                                        It appears Target is getting rid of make up in stores. Picture: Facebook

                                        A sale is usually a cause for celebration – but the struggling retailer’s major markdown could be a grim indicator of things to come.

                                        Sad downfall of Aussie fashion favourite

                                        Popular fashion business Tuchuzy has appointed administrators. Picture: Instagram/tuchuzystore

                                        Yet another much-loved fashion company has entered voluntary administration as Australia’s brutal retail apocalypse ramps up.

                                        Sad downfall of Aussie fashion favourite

                                        Popular fashion business Tuchuzy has appointed administrators. Picture: Instagram/tuchuzystore

                                        Yet another much-loved fashion company has entered voluntary administration as Australia’s brutal retail apocalypse ramps up.

                                        Change coming to Woolies’ fruit and veg

                                        The supermarket giant is making a big change to how you buy your fruit and veg which it reckons could do wonders for the environment.

                                        Tiny detail angering Woolies shoppers

                                        Woolworths’ new paper bags have been labelled a “disgrace” a day after they launched after customers turned them over and saw something they didn’t like.

                                        Grim sign in Australian shopping centres

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 info@sephlawless.com - Rolling Acres Mall (Akron, Ohio) Picture: Seph Lawless

                                        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.

                                        Big change to make Ikea cheaper

                                        Ikea Reopens Stores In England And Northern Ireland As Coronavirus Lockdown Eases

                                        Many retailers won’t survive the economic shock from coronavirus but the furniture giant has cherished the time to expand a key division.

                                        100 new items land at Coles

                                        Sydney, Australia - July 25, 2013: The entrance to a brightly lit Coles supermarket in Ropes Crossing at dusk.

                                        The Australian supermarket giant has just launched it’s biggest-ever range of quick and easy meals – and they start at just $2.30.

                                        Inside Kmart’s secret US test store

                                        Police at Kmart

                                        Kmart has been quietly testing a new store design in the US under a completely different name, and it provides a big clue to Kmart’s future.

                                        Australia’s panic buying shame

                                        Lockdowns are easing and supermarket shelves are fully stocked again – but research has revealed new details of our guilty hoarding habit.

                                        Woolies’ old-school checkout move

                                        The Australian supermarket giant is going back to the future with a familiar sight returning to stores today after a 40-year absence.

                                        Another big retailer shuts up shop

                                        Jigsaw has store and concession partners across Britain, Ireland, Holland and Australia.  Picture: Supplied.

                                        The UK parent company of this clothing retailer has announced the closure of all its Australian stores due to the coronavirus downturn.

                                        What’s open this June long weekend

                                        shopping cart in supermarket aisle with product shelves interior defocused blur background

                                        The Queen’s Birthday public holiday is just around the corner for most of Australia. Here’s a round up of what you can and can’t do.

                                        ‘Basically stealing’: Shoppers’ sneaky tricks

                                        Sundrop Farms Plus Wheat

                                        Some are clever, others obvious and many just gross. A supermarket manager has revealed what shoppers will do for a few a cents off their bill.

                                        Grocery checkout about to get ‘easier’

                                        Theft from supermarkets on rise

                                        There’s a big change coming to Coles and Woolworths stores on Monday – and it’s a sign we’re moving towards a “sense of normality”.

                                        Surprise collapse of Aussie fashion giant

                                        PAS Group, which owns brands such as JETS Swimwear, has gone into administration. Picture: Instagram/@jetsswimwear

                                        Yet another major fashion firm is on the brink of ruin, this time leaving 225 retail stores and 1300 jobs in the lurch across Australia.

                                        $99 AirPods set to cause frenzy

                                        Earbud comparison - Geoff Quattromani

                                        Last time eBay offered this hot product at such a low price they sold out in just 36 seconds – and a similar rush is expected this time around.

                                        COVID cops to patrol shopping centres

                                        Retail Melbourne

                                        This weekend is set to be a huge retail event and shopping centres have said they will ask people to move apart if they get too close.

                                        $3 menu item selling every five seconds

                                        Guzman Y Gomez has long been an Aussie favourite, but the new $3 tacos have taken things to the next level. Picture: Instagram/@guzmanygomez

                                        This $300 million Australian chain has been a fast food favourite for years. But now customers are obsessed with an “insane” new addition.

                                        David Jones stores set to close

                                        Melbourne, Australia - Jul 2, 2016: People walking along Little Bourke street in downtown Melbourne, Australia. It is a popular shopping area with major department stores such as Myer and David Jones.

                                        Aussies are still reeling from the news that dozens of Target stores will soon shut – and it seems DJs could be next on the chopping block.

                                        Woolies’ surprising virus win

                                        Mount Gambier, South Australia, Australia - June 6, 2015: Woolworths Store at Commercial Road East Mt Gambier. Customers arrive at the Store to Shop in the Early Evening. Woolworths is the Largest Australian Owned and Operated Supermarket/Grocery Chain in Australia, with over 933 stores throughout Australia.

                                        It has been rocked by a string of “failures” – but Aussies still can’t get enough of the supermarket giant for one key reason.

                                        Virus ‘gut punch’ leaves Coke reeling

                                        Coke bottles at supermarket.

                                        Coca-Cola was finally getting back on its feet – then the pandemic hit and sales plunged, leaving the brand’s future on shaky ground.

                                        Reason Kmart stores still half empty

                                        Supplied  Empty shelves at Kmart due to customer demand and strained supply
 chains in the pandemic. Picture: Benedict Brook

                                        Supermarket shelves are full but it couldn’t be more different at discount department stores which are facing challenges to return to normal.

                                        Restaurant’s brutal customer smackdown

                                        Milky Lane is popular with foodies, influencers and even celebs. Picture: Instagram

                                        A popular Aussie burger joint has issued a stern warning for any patrons who are guilty of this “horrible” and all-too-common habit.

                                        Yellow lid sparks all out war

                                        A bruising breakfast spread showdown, over who owns the rights to one of Australia’s favourite products, has flared again.

                                        Burger chain’s hilarious virus solution

                                        Burger King has come up with a fun social distancing solution.  Picture: Twitter/@BurgerKing

                                        A popular fast food chain has come up with the perfect way for customers to social distance – and feel like royalty at the same time.

                                        Coles’ big move on restrictions

                                        The infamous stockpiling of toilet paper and other essential household items appears to have officially ended with limits now lifted.

                                        Drastic change that could save Target

                                        Target is a brand in crisis – but will shutting 167 stores staunch the bleeding? Or is the latest move only delaying the inevitable?

                                        Restaurant shames ‘selfish’ no-shows

                                        The iconic Beppi's restaurant has hit out a group who didn't turn up for their booking. Picture: Instagram/@beppisrest

                                        One of Sydney’s oldest and best-loved eateries has slammed a table of six who didn’t show up, costing the business 60 per cent revenue.

                                        First Target stores to close revealed

                                        A staggering 106 Target stores across the country will soon shut down or become Kmarts. And these are the first on the chopping block.

                                        Target stores to become Kmarts named

                                        Target Shopping Centre

                                        The Target stores that will be converted into Kmarts as part of a massive shake-up for the retailer have been revealed.

                                        Target stores to become Kmarts named

                                        Target Shopping Centre

                                        The Target stores that will be converted into Kmarts as part of a massive shake-up for the retailer have been revealed.

                                        One fatal mistake behind Target’s downfall

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                                        Target has been struggling for years and now half of its Aussie stores could vanish within months – and it’s all due to one fatal mistake.

                                        167 Target stores shut or convert to Kmart

                                        Scores of Target stores will shut forever and 92 could be converted into Kmarts, according to a shock announcement made today.

                                        Bunnings reveals shock store closure

                                        Busy Bunnings

                                        A Bunnings Warehouse store that has served its community for more than two decades will shut down forever within a few months.

                                        When Target will close its stores

                                        Aussie Target fans will say goodbye to more than 150 stores forever, after a shock announcement made today.

                                        Up to 75 Target stores set to close

                                        Scores of Target stores will shut forever and 92 could be converted into Kmarts, according to a shock announcement made today.

                                        Myer set to reopen all stores next week

                                        After two long months, Myer is reopening stores next week as retailers start to get back to business amid the coronavirus pandemic.

                                        Graph shows Aussie sectors ‘bleeding out’

                                        April was a bad month - far worse than anyone could have predicted. Picture: Supplied

                                        Everyone knew April sales would be bad – but no one was prepared for a bloodbath of this magnitude, and the havoc that will follow.

                                        Facebook to launch new shopping feature

                                        Retailers will be able to show their products to billions of Facebook users after the internet giant unveiled its latest venture.

                                        Click Frenzy: The best deals still available

                                        Apple's iPhone 11 Goes On Sale

                                        Shoppers may have been frustrated last night as the Click Frenzy website crashed, but now there are still plenty of huge discounts up for grabs.

                                        Woolies’ big change to how you shop

                                        Supermarket giant Woolworths will increasingly offer checkout-free self-service in stores, where you scan and pay through an app.

                                        Frustration as Click Frenzy site crashes

                                        Another Click Frenzy fail. Picture: Facebook

                                        It happens every year and fans are frustrated Click Frenzy still can’t get it right, with the sale site failing even before people could log in.

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