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Canberra Times
Private Sydney: All is fair in love and wartheir places are yet more imported executives from David Jones' parent company,
Private Sydney: All is fair in love and war
Canberra Times / Posted 5 hours ago
their places are yet more imported executives from David Jones' parent company, South African retail conglomerate Woolworths, or as one observer described them: "unknown faceless men". "Donna was a firm believer in the David Jones family... Read more
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Brisbane Times
Private Sydney: All is fair in love and wartheir places are yet more imported executives from David Jones' parent company,
Private Sydney: All is fair in love and war
Brisbane Times / Posted 5 hours ago
their places are yet more imported executives from David Jones' parent company, South African retail conglomerate Woolworths, or as one observer described them: "unknown faceless men". "Donna was a firm believer in the David Jones family... Read more
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The Age
Private Sydney: All is fair in love and wartheir places are yet more imported executives from David Jones' parent company,
Private Sydney: All is fair in love and war
The Age / Posted 5 hours ago
their places are yet more imported executives from David Jones' parent company, South African retail conglomerate Woolworths, or as one observer described them: "unknown faceless men". "Donna was a firm believer in the David Jones family... Read more
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WA Today
Private Sydney: All is fair in love and wartheir places are yet more imported executives from David Jones' parent company,
Private Sydney: All is fair in love and war
WA Today / Posted 5 hours ago
their places are yet more imported executives from David Jones' parent company, South African retail conglomerate Woolworths, or as one observer described them: "unknown faceless men". "Donna was a firm believer in the David Jones family... Read more
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Canberra Times
Negotiations continue but developer options limited for Giralang supermarketand Mr Gentleman should be publicly standing by the decision, as any smaller si
Negotiations continue but developer options limited for Giralang supermarket
Canberra Times / Posted 14 hours ago
and Mr Gentleman should be publicly standing by the decision, as any smaller size would likely leave the site too small for Woolworths. "Now that Kaleen Supabarn has been sold to Coles, [the Giralang site] is down the road from a Coles store, and... Read more
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Toowoomba Chronicle
Toowoomba shows we're backing our dairy farmers in crisisat the level it's at now." The critical point is the cheap, supermarket-brand
Toowoomba shows we're backing our dairy farmers in crisis
Toowoomba Chronicle / Posted 20 hours ago
at the level it's at now." The critical point is the cheap, supermarket-brand milk offered from the big two - Coles and Woolworths. For just $1 a litre, it looks like a bargain for the consumer but for the producers, it's an unsustainable price... Read more
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Perth Now
How cheap milk costs you morestore brands. MILK: THE NUCLEAR OPTION Coles was the aggressor in the milk wa
How cheap milk costs you more
Perth Now / Posted yesterday
store brands. MILK: THE NUCLEAR OPTION Coles was the aggressor in the milk wars. It cut prices back in 2011, and while Woolworths followed suit, it did so kicking and screaming. “We are very forthright in saying that this is not a price war we... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
How cheap milk costs you morestore brands. MILK: THE NUCLEAR OPTION Coles was the aggressor in the milk wa
How cheap milk costs you more
Daily Telegraph / Posted yesterday
store brands. MILK: THE NUCLEAR OPTION Coles was the aggressor in the milk wars. It cut prices back in 2011, and while Woolworths followed suit, it did so kicking and screaming. “We are very forthright in saying that this is not a price war we... Read more
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TheBull
Market rises to nine month highsupermarket owners bounced back after recent weakness, with Coles owner Wesfarm
Market rises to nine month high
TheBull / Posted yesterday
supermarket owners bounced back after recent weakness, with Coles owner Wesfarmers adding 77 cents to $41.17 and Woolworths gaining seven cents to $22.08. The big miners were weaker, with Rio Tinto losing 65 cents to $44.83 and BHP... Read more
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The Courier Mail
How cheap milk costs you morestore brands. MILK: THE NUCLEAR OPTION Coles was the aggressor in the milk wa
How cheap milk costs you more
The Courier Mail / Posted yesterday
store brands. MILK: THE NUCLEAR OPTION Coles was the aggressor in the milk wars. It cut prices back in 2011, and while Woolworths followed suit, it did so kicking and screaming. “We are very forthright in saying that this is not a price war we... Read more
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Toowoomba Chronicle
‘Put up or shut up’ on farm milk priceshould withhold product, stand together and refuse to sign unfair contracts. "
‘Put up or shut up’ on farm milk price
Toowoomba Chronicle / Posted yesterday
should withhold product, stand together and refuse to sign unfair contracts. "It's no good boring it up Coles and Woolworths," he said. "If the processors weren't supplying the cheap milk, the supermarkets wouldn't have it to sell." And,... Read more
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Queensland Times
‘Put up or shut up’ on farm milk priceshould withhold product, stand together and refuse to sign unfair contracts. "
‘Put up or shut up’ on farm milk price
Queensland Times / Posted yesterday
should withhold product, stand together and refuse to sign unfair contracts. "It's no good boring it up Coles and Woolworths," he said. "If the processors weren't supplying the cheap milk, the supermarkets wouldn't have it to sell." And,... Read more
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The Morning Bulletin
‘Put up or shut up’ on farm milk priceshould withhold product, stand together and refuse to sign unfair contracts. "
‘Put up or shut up’ on farm milk price
The Morning Bulletin / Posted yesterday
should withhold product, stand together and refuse to sign unfair contracts. "It's no good boring it up Coles and Woolworths," he said. "If the processors weren't supplying the cheap milk, the supermarkets wouldn't have it to sell." And,... Read more
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News Mail
‘Put up or shut up’ on farm milk priceshould withhold product, stand together and refuse to sign unfair contracts. "
‘Put up or shut up’ on farm milk price
News Mail / Posted yesterday
should withhold product, stand together and refuse to sign unfair contracts. "It's no good boring it up Coles and Woolworths," he said. "If the processors weren't supplying the cheap milk, the supermarkets wouldn't have it to sell." And,... Read more
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Daily Examiner
‘Put up or shut up’ on farm milk priceshould withhold product, stand together and refuse to sign unfair contracts. "
‘Put up or shut up’ on farm milk price
Daily Examiner / Posted yesterday
should withhold product, stand together and refuse to sign unfair contracts. "It's no good boring it up Coles and Woolworths," he said. "If the processors weren't supplying the cheap milk, the supermarkets wouldn't have it to sell." And,... Read more
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Northern Star
‘Put up or shut up’ on farm milk priceshould withhold product, stand together and refuse to sign unfair contracts. "
‘Put up or shut up’ on farm milk price
Northern Star / Posted yesterday
should withhold product, stand together and refuse to sign unfair contracts. "It's no good boring it up Coles and Woolworths," he said. "If the processors weren't supplying the cheap milk, the supermarkets wouldn't have it to sell." And,... Read more
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The Daily Mercury
‘Put up or shut up’ on farm milk priceshould withhold product, stand together and refuse to sign unfair contracts. "
‘Put up or shut up’ on farm milk price
The Daily Mercury / Posted yesterday
should withhold product, stand together and refuse to sign unfair contracts. "It's no good boring it up Coles and Woolworths," he said. "If the processors weren't supplying the cheap milk, the supermarkets wouldn't have it to sell." And,... Read more
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Toowoomba Chronicle
Dig deep to help your mates for the Red Shield Appealso residents can also donate at a number of locations around the city including
Dig deep to help your mates for the Red Shield Appeal
Toowoomba Chronicle / Posted yesterday
so residents can also donate at a number of locations around the city including Grand Central Shopping Centre, Toowoomba Plaza and Northpoint Shopping Centre. There will also be collection buckets at Woolworths at Clifford Gardens Shopping... Read more
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News Mail
Jack's column: No demand if supply runs drysaid, Dom's terrible milk anecdotes began to make a whole lot more sense this w
Jack's column: No demand if supply runs dry
News Mail / Posted yesterday
said, Dom's terrible milk anecdotes began to make a whole lot more sense this week as the milk price wars between Coles and Woolworths began to really curdle. Let's just say from the get-go here: Coles and Woolworths forcing dairy farmers to sell... Read more
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Brisbane Times
Target squares up to fashion giantswhich is key to differentiating the chain's brand from rival discount departmen
Target squares up to fashion giants
Brisbane Times / Posted yesterday
which is key to differentiating the chain's brand from rival discount department store operations Kmart and the Woolworths-owned Big W. I don't want to be there hand-picking items for consumers.Guy Russo "Targets' designer brands... Read more
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WA Today
Target squares up to fashion giantswhich is key to differentiating the chain's brand from rival discount departmen
Target squares up to fashion giants
WA Today / Posted yesterday
which is key to differentiating the chain's brand from rival discount department store operations Kmart and the Woolworths-owned Big W. I don't want to be there hand-picking items for consumers.Guy Russo "Targets' designer brands... Read more
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The Age
Target squares up to fashion giantswhich is key to differentiating the chain's brand from rival discount departmen
Target squares up to fashion giants
The Age / Posted yesterday
which is key to differentiating the chain's brand from rival discount department store operations Kmart and the Woolworths-owned Big W. "Targets' designer brands generate traffic and a decision to remove those is a neat way to remove... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Target squares up to fashion giantswhich is key to differentiating the chain's brand from rival discount departmen
Target squares up to fashion giants
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted yesterday
which is key to differentiating the chain's brand from rival discount department store operations Kmart and the Woolworths-owned Big W. "Targets' designer brands generate traffic and a decision to remove those is a neat way to remove... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Private Sydney: All is fair in love and wartheir places are yet more imported executives from David Jones' parent company,
Private Sydney: All is fair in love and war
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted yesterday
their places are yet more imported executives from David Jones' parent company, South African retail conglomerate Woolworths, or as one observer described them: "unknown faceless men". "Donna was a firm believer in the David Jones family... Read more
4 related stories
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Canberra Times
Target squares up to fashion giantswhich is key to differentiating the chain's brand from rival discount departmen
Target squares up to fashion giants
Canberra Times / Posted yesterday
which is key to differentiating the chain's brand from rival discount department store operations Kmart and the Woolworths-owned Big W. I don't want to be there hand-picking items for consumers.Guy Russo "Targets' designer brands... Read more
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Northern Daily Leader
Knock, knock, Salvos ask for your donationcity today and tomorrow, and there are also collection points at Bunnings, Shop
Knock, knock, Salvos ask for your donation
Northern Daily Leader / Posted yesterday
city today and tomorrow, and there are also collection points at Bunnings, Shoppingworld, Centrepoint, Tamworth Square and Woolworths at Eastpoint. In a small change to the local format this year, Rhonda said students from Farrer Memorial... Read more
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iafrica.com
Siba’s début cookbook takes SA by storm‘Siba's Table’. My Table has already made history as the best-selling cookbook
Siba’s début cookbook takes SA by storm
iafrica.com / Posted yesterday
‘Siba's Table’. My Table has already made history as the best-selling cookbook ever to have been stocked by retail giant, Woolworths SA. Thus far it has sold over 33% more copies than any other cookbook Woolworths SA has ever carried. The... Read more
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WA Today
ASX hits nine-month high in $140b rallycoal will force Wesfarmers to trim its final dividend. Wesfarmers lost 3.9 per
ASX hits nine-month high in $140b rally
WA Today / Posted yesterday
coal will force Wesfarmers to trim its final dividend. Wesfarmers lost 3.9 per cent for the week to $41.17 and competitor Woolworths slipped 0.8 per cent to $22.08. The result led brokers to lower their share price targets and slash earnings... Read more
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Canberra Times
ASX hits nine-month high in $140b rallycoal will force Wesfarmers to trim its final dividend. Wesfarmers lost 3.9 per
ASX hits nine-month high in $140b rally
Canberra Times / Posted yesterday
coal will force Wesfarmers to trim its final dividend. Wesfarmers lost 3.9 per cent for the week to $41.17 and competitor Woolworths slipped 0.8 per cent to $22.08. The result led brokers to lower their share price targets and slash earnings... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Pumped at potentialasset after shifting the focus of his investment portfolio from convenience ret
Pumped at potential
The Courier Mail / Posted yesterday
asset after shifting the focus of his investment portfolio from convenience retail centres. His other purchases include a Woolworths Petrol at Kenmore and a Caltex in North Lakes. “With shopping centres you’re dealing with multiple businesses and... Read more
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Brisbane Times
ASX hits nine-month high in $140b rallycoal will force Wesfarmers to trim its final dividend. Wesfarmers lost 3.9 per
ASX hits nine-month high in $140b rally
Brisbane Times / Posted yesterday
coal will force Wesfarmers to trim its final dividend. Wesfarmers lost 3.9 per cent for the week to $41.17 and competitor Woolworths slipped 0.8 per cent to $22.08. The result led brokers to lower their share price targets and slash earnings... Read more
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The Age
ASX hits nine-month high in $140b rallycoal will force Wesfarmers to trim its final dividend. Wesfarmers lost 3.9 per
ASX hits nine-month high in $140b rally
The Age / Posted yesterday
coal will force Wesfarmers to trim its final dividend. Wesfarmers lost 3.9 per cent for the week to $41.17 and competitor Woolworths slipped 0.8 per cent to $22.08. The result led brokers to lower their share price targets and slash earnings... Read more
10 related stories
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Sydney Morning Herald
ASX hits nine-month high in $140b rallycoal will force Wesfarmers to trim its final dividend. Wesfarmers lost 3.9 per
ASX hits nine-month high in $140b rally
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted yesterday
coal will force Wesfarmers to trim its final dividend. Wesfarmers lost 3.9 per cent for the week to $41.17 and competitor Woolworths slipped 0.8 per cent to $22.08. The result led brokers to lower their share price targets and slash earnings... Read more
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WA Today
What Gail Kelly did nextretired as chief executive of Westpac last February. She was also appointed to
What Gail Kelly did next
WA Today / Posted yesterday
retired as chief executive of Westpac last February. She was also appointed to the board of South African retailer Woolworths Holdings, owner of David Jones and Country Road in Australia, in September.Banking pioneer Mrs Kelly, the first... Read more
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Canberra Times
Why is retail so bleak?problems from terminal decline - and that's a potentially very profitable disti
Why is retail so bleak?
Canberra Times / Posted yesterday
problems from terminal decline - and that's a potentially very profitable distinction. New report: Forget BHP and Woolworths. These three "new breed" top blue chips for 2016 pay fully franked dividends and offer the very real prospect of... Read more
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Canberra Times
What Gail Kelly did nextretired as chief executive of Westpac last February. She was also appointed to
What Gail Kelly did next
Canberra Times / Posted yesterday
retired as chief executive of Westpac last February. She was also appointed to the board of South African retailer Woolworths Holdings, owner of David Jones and Country Road in Australia, in September.Banking pioneer Mrs Kelly, the first... Read more
4 related stories
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Brisbane Times
What Gail Kelly did nextretired as chief executive of Westpac last February. She was also appointed to
What Gail Kelly did next
Brisbane Times / Posted yesterday
retired as chief executive of Westpac last February. She was also appointed to the board of South African retailer Woolworths Holdings, owner of David Jones and Country Road in Australia, in September.Banking pioneer Mrs Kelly, the first... Read more
4 related stories
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Brisbane Times
ATO supermarket audits 'strange'ATO targets were child care services, building and industrial cleaning, and pub
ATO supermarket audits 'strange'
Brisbane Times / Posted yesterday
ATO targets were child care services, building and industrial cleaning, and pubs, taverns and bars. The comments come as Woolworths fiercely rejected suggestions from the Fair Work Ombudsman that it had failed to appropriately respond to... Read more
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Brisbane Times
Why is retail so bleak?problems from terminal decline - and that's a potentially very profitable disti
Why is retail so bleak?
Brisbane Times / Posted yesterday
problems from terminal decline - and that's a potentially very profitable distinction. New report: Forget BHP and Woolworths. These three "new breed" top blue chips for 2016 pay fully franked dividends and offer the very real prospect of... Read more
4 related stories
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The Age
Why is retail so bleak?problems from terminal decline - and that's a potentially very profitable disti
Why is retail so bleak?
The Age / Posted yesterday
problems from terminal decline - and that's a potentially very profitable distinction. New report: Forget BHP and Woolworths. These three "new breed" top blue chips for 2016 pay fully franked dividends and offer the very real prospect of... Read more
4 related stories
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The Age
What Gail Kelly did nextretired as chief executive of Westpac last February. She was also appointed to
What Gail Kelly did next
The Age / Posted yesterday
retired as chief executive of Westpac last February. She was also appointed to the board of South African retailer Woolworths Holdings, owner of David Daivd Jones and Country Road in Australia, in September. Mrs Kelly, the first female... Read more
4 related stories
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Sydney Morning Herald
Why is retail so bleak?problems from terminal decline - and that's a potentially very profitable disti
Why is retail so bleak?
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted yesterday
problems from terminal decline - and that's a potentially very profitable distinction. New report: Forget BHP and Woolworths. These three "new breed" top blue chips for 2016 pay fully franked dividends and offer the very real prospect of... Read more
4 related stories
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Sydney Morning Herald
What Gail Kelly did nextretired as chief executive of Westpac last February. She was also appointed to
What Gail Kelly did next
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted yesterday
retired as chief executive of Westpac last February. She was also appointed to the board of South African retailer Woolworths Holdings, owner of David Daivd Jones and Country Road in Australia, in September. Mrs Kelly, the first female... Read more
4 related stories
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WA Today
Why is retail so bleak?problems from terminal decline - and that's a potentially very profitable disti
Why is retail so bleak?
WA Today / Posted yesterday
problems from terminal decline - and that's a potentially very profitable distinction. New report: Forget BHP and Woolworths. These three "new breed" top blue chips for 2016 pay fully franked dividends and offer the very real prospect of... Read more
4 related stories
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WA Today
ATO supermarket audits 'strange'ATO targets were child care services, building and industrial cleaning, and pub
ATO supermarket audits 'strange'
WA Today / Posted yesterday
ATO targets were child care services, building and industrial cleaning, and pubs, taverns and bars. The comments come as Woolworths fiercely rejected suggestions from the Fair Work Ombudsman that it had failed to appropriately respond to... Read more
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The Times & The Sunday Times
Lala ngoxolo, Professor, we'll never forget youfrom a headache and feeling a bit dizzy," Tsichlas said. "This morning [yesterd
Lala ngoxolo, Professor, we'll never forget you
The Times & The Sunday Times / Posted yesterday
from a headache and feeling a bit dizzy," Tsichlas said. "This morning [yesterday] he was not feeling well. But he went to Woolworths [at Eastgate Mall] to shop. He collapsed. Paramedics were called but they could not revive him." Dumitru last... Read more
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The Age
ATO supermarket audits 'strange'ATO targets were child care services, building and industrial cleaning, and pub
ATO supermarket audits 'strange'
The Age / Posted yesterday
ATO targets were child care services, building and industrial cleaning, and pubs, taverns and bars. The comments come as Woolworths fiercely rejected suggestions from the Fair Work Ombudsman that it had failed to appropriately respond to... Read more
4 related stories
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Sydney Morning Herald
ATO supermarket audits 'strange'ATO targets were child care services, building and industrial cleaning, and pub
ATO supermarket audits 'strange'
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted yesterday
ATO targets were child care services, building and industrial cleaning, and pubs, taverns and bars. The comments come as Woolworths fiercely rejected suggestions from the Fair Work Ombudsman that it had failed to appropriately respond to... Read more
4 related stories
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Canberra Times
ATO supermarket audits 'strange'ATO targets were child care services, building and industrial cleaning, and pub
ATO supermarket audits 'strange'
Canberra Times / Posted yesterday
ATO targets were child care services, building and industrial cleaning, and pubs, taverns and bars. The comments come as Woolworths fiercely rejected suggestions from the Fair Work Ombudsman that it had failed to appropriately respond to... Read more
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Adelaide Now
Hidden victims of the milk crisisthat simple,” he said.“For a lot of the year it’s not worth even picking off th
Hidden victims of the milk crisis
Adelaide Now / Posted yesterday
that simple,” he said.“For a lot of the year it’s not worth even picking off the tree.” “Your big players like Coles and Woolworths, they’re not run by normal human beings. They’re run by accountants. If they can save one cent by bringing in an... Read more
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