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Kmart unveils new ‘K Hub’ format in former Target stores

Three former Target Country stores have already been converted. Dozens more will soon follow.

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Melbourne retailers brace for toughest restrictions yet

Experts weigh the possibility of a full shutdown under Stage 4 restrictions.

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Shopper compliance, cloth mask standards emerge as concerns

Demand for face masks has spiked in Victoria, but two key issues are emerging.

Target now selling thousands of products on Catch

Wesfarmers takes another step towards integrating the two companies.

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Seafolly seeks sale after entering administration

Seafolly’s 44 stores across Australia will continue to trade.

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Metcash to expand hardware arm with $57m Total Tools acquisition

Wholesale giant announces acquisition plan on the heels of a 3 per cent revenue increase in FY20.

Brands risk backlash over Black Lives Matter. Should they still speak out?

Brands including local luxury label Zimmermann have come under fire for not living up to their messages of equality.

The fallout from Kaufland’s exit: What it means for the Australian market

Contributor Andy Kirk reflects on Kaufland’s surprise exit from Australia, and what it means for the local supermarket sector moving forward.

Aussie brands praised and scrutinised after posting about Black Lives Matter

Cotton On, Aesop, The Iconic and Lush are just some of the brands that have spoken out against racial inequality.

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Jigsaw UK exits Australia as pressures on fashion firms mount

UK fashion firm closes local stores and website due to “severe impact” of virus.

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