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Remedios Lucio

Remedios Lucio is a journalist - Premium at Inside Retail. Don’t let that sweet demeanor fool you, Remedios has 10 years experience in journalism and communications. She’s covered the business, lifestyle, investigative and political news beats, everything from war torn areas to the glitzy entertainment world. Remedios has fulfilled her childhood dream to help the less fortunate learn English in Colombia, investigated and reported on drugs in Malaysia and travelled her own country, the Philippines as a political and general news correspondent.

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Welcome to Asia’s coolest new stores

Starbucks opens traditional Japanese store cafe; Gentle Monster reimagines Beijing flagship, Dolce & Gabbana unveils DG ...

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Clarins unveils new boutique at Great World; Korean department stores diversify into food delivery services; E-mart to l...

GPT invests $1.3bn in new retail-residential property development

The new tower is part of the Rouse Hill Regional Centre Master Plan, which is expected to be completed in 15 years.

Retail news around the globe

Under Armour flagship store launches in Dubai Mall Village; Macy’s rolls out new Herald Square flagship store vision; Se...

This week in property news

80 Collins unveils foodie experiences; Bunbury Forum starts donation drive for South West Refuge; Melbourne Central ope...
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Melbourne Central opens podcasting space

Studio MC features the country’s top podcasters every Fomo Fridays at the Melbourne Central.

Retail news around the globe

Foodpanda to open Taiwan tech hub; Havaianas celebrates best quarter in 10 years; Innisfree to close Canadian stores; an...

Skittle Place attracts high-end retailers in Sydney

Crown Group chief says more workers are returning to the city resulting to retailers rebounding from market loss from la...

Retail news around the globe

Puma China deals with Xinjiang backlash; Indian consumers prioritise health over retail; Naked Brands to divests Bendon;...

Fortius, Irongate acquire Rundle Place for $210 million

The Blackstone Group bought the shopping complex in early 2016 for $400 million.

Lendlease takes in-mall digital advertising in house

Lendlease will roll out 377 new panels using facial recognition technology in shopping malls and urban retail precincts ...

Retail news around the globe

LVMH works with Prada and Cartier on blockchain; The Warehouse Group expands in retail; McDonald’s rides K-pop craze wit...

Burwood Brickworks named most sustainable shopping centre

Frasers Property Australia's Burwood Brickworks shopping centre receives the Living Building Challenge Petal Certificati...

Pop up code of practice extended through the next decade

Australian Consumer and Competition Commission approves the extension of the code of coduct for another 10 years.
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Construction starts on Amazon Australia HQ in downtown Melbourne

Charter Halls Group's 555 Collins Street building will have a 6 Star Green rating which will help Amazon reach its goal ...
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Waverley Gardens launching Super Fresh precinct

Culturally diverse hub adds ethnic grocers in new Super Fresh precinct under construction.

Subway Australia launches 24-seven trading

Sandwich chain will progressively roll out the pick-up service through other stores in Australia.
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Korean fashion house ADLV lands in Australia this May

Streetwear brand will open its first brick-and-mortar shop in Melbourne ahead of an Australia-wide online store.
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This week in property news

Ed.Square Town Centre to unveil in Sydney, Mirvac Retail rolls out Together + Co., and much more.

Invivo & Co launches Aussie online store for Sarah Jessica Parker’s wines

The store, called Sendnsip, will sell Parker’s wines including Invivo X, SJP Sauvignon Blanc and Rose from France.