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Department store joins long list of discretionary retailers forced to close due to falling sales.
As the number of store closures rises, some leaders are calling for a government shutdown.
Retailers in discretionary categories say they have no choice but to close.
Retailer now selling online only in response to rapid changes in consumer behaviour and government regulations.
Confusion surrounds the Federal and State Governments conflicting containment measures.
As new regulations loom, some businesses decided to close stores of their own accord.
Smiggle owner remains tight-lipped about sales impact of COVID-19.
Uneven impact of coronavirus on display, as Woolies offers to hire some of 20,000 workers Qantas laid off.
Outdoor brand is one of the first retail chains to close in Australia due to COVID-19.
Stores are exempt, but customers are still likely to stay away.
From CEOs taking pay cuts, to retailers donating food and toilet paper.
Officeworks joins Woolworths, Kmart and Target in supporting workers during coronavirus.
New data shows uptick in use of Afterpay, Zip Pay and others.
Government under pressure to ensure casual workers can afford to self-quarantine.
Former boss of David Jones to lead peak industry association.
The restructure is is expected to cost more than $300 million.
Designer and artist Rachel Burke debuts a tinsel throne at VAMFF to draw attention to Australia’s regional makers.
Furniture brand opens outlet store, offering 50 per cent off RRP.
The debate about the role of IWD has been stuck for years.
Luxury jewellery brand opens new boutique in Perth’s Raine Square.
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