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Woolworths awards shares to more than 100,000 employees

Retail giant rewards over 100,000 team members with shares.

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The great reopening starts across country

Australia’s leaders are considering more targeted stimulus as parts of the economy that were shut down through the coronavirus pandemic begin to reopen.

Coles launches payment platform with Flybuys

Supermarket giant Coles has launched a new online payment method in conjunction with customer loyalty program Flybuys.

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Stones Sharp supports their clients through COVID-19 and beyond

SPONSORED: “Now is not the time to go it alone”, said Stones Sharp director Shane Borg.


Lockdown to accelerate Australia’s move to online: PayPal

PayPal’s reach surges to almost a third of Australia’s population during lockdown.

Aust share market poised for flat start

Investors can expect a flat start to trading on the Australian share market after hopes of economic recovery kept US markets positive despite violent unrest.

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Victorian Premier acknowledges work-from-home edict “not perfect”

Businesses in Victoria obligated to keep staff working from home until end of June.

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Subscription sock company stepping up against textile waste

Manrags is offering to pick up unwanted clothing, linen and shoes from consumers’ doorstep.

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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.

Australia’s first service sector recession will be unlike those that have gone before it

If the government wants to stop this recession from turning into a depression, it will have to redirect its policy playbook toward services.