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Adirondack Daily Enterprise
M.I. Violet ‘Vi’ McKayMaria and Albert White, and returned to Montreal at the age of 11 where she att
M.I. Violet ‘Vi’ McKay
Adirondack Daily Enterprise / Posted 14 hours ago
Maria and Albert White, and returned to Montreal at the age of 11 where she attended Maisonneuve School. She worked in Woolworths, at the same time taking a business course at night school. She graduated as a Felt & Tarrant comptometer... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Woolworths criticised after report of trolley collector exploitationWoolworths criticised after report of widespread trolley collector exploitation
Woolworths criticised after report of trolley collector exploitation
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 15 hours ago
Woolworths criticised after report of widespread trolley collector exploitation Woolworths has been heavily criticised by the Fair Work Ombudsman over the underpayment of trolley collectors working at its supermarket stores. In a new report, the... Read more
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Brisbane Times
Woolworths tightlipped on Big W, Masters sites talkWoolworths is tightlipped on speculation that it has held talks with giant reta
Woolworths tightlipped on Big W, Masters sites talk
Brisbane Times / Posted 19 hours ago
Woolworths is tightlipped on speculation that it has held talks with giant retailer Steinhoff International about selling its struggling discount department store chain Big W and some Masters hardware chain sites. Trade press Inside Retail has... Read more
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WA Today
Woolworths tightlipped on Big W, Masters sites talkWoolworths is tightlipped on speculation that it has held talks with giant reta
Woolworths tightlipped on Big W, Masters sites talk
WA Today / Posted 19 hours ago
Woolworths is tightlipped on speculation that it has held talks with giant retailer Steinhoff International about selling its struggling discount department store chain Big W and some Masters hardware chain sites. Trade press Inside Retail has... Read more
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The Age
Woolworths tightlipped on Big W, Masters sites talkWoolworths CEO Brad Banducci is focusing on turning his supermarkets around. Ph
Woolworths tightlipped on Big W, Masters sites talk
The Age / Posted 19 hours ago
Woolworths CEO Brad Banducci is focusing on turning his supermarkets around. Photo: Louie Douvis Woolworths is tightlipped on speculation that it has held talks with giant retailer Steinhoff International about selling its struggling discount... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Woolworths tightlipped on Big W, Masters sites talkWoolworths CEO Brad Banducci is focusing on turning his supermarkets around. Ph
Woolworths tightlipped on Big W, Masters sites talk
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 19 hours ago
Woolworths CEO Brad Banducci is focusing on turning his supermarkets around. Photo: Louie Douvis Woolworths is tightlipped on speculation that it has held talks with giant retailer Steinhoff International about selling its struggling discount... Read more
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Canberra Times
Woolworths tightlipped on Big W, Masters sites talkWoolworths is tightlipped on speculation that it has held talks with giant reta
Woolworths tightlipped on Big W, Masters sites talk
Canberra Times / Posted 19 hours ago
Woolworths is tightlipped on speculation that it has held talks with giant retailer Steinhoff International about selling its struggling discount department store chain Big W and some Masters hardware chain sites. Trade press Inside Retail has... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
New apples and the fight to protect the world favourite Pink Ladysaid.Deals with supermarkets The Apple and Pear industry has begun a concerted
New apples and the fight to protect the world favourite Pink Lady
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 23 hours ago
said.Deals with supermarkets The Apple and Pear industry has begun a concerted effort to work with supermarkets, Coles, Woolworths, Aldi and Costco to try to sell more branded apples. APAL wants consumers to buy one more apple snack a year, and... Read more
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WA Today
Exploitation of trolley workers revealedTrolley collectors at one in three Woolworths supermarkets inspected by Austral
Exploitation of trolley workers revealed
WA Today / Posted yesterday
Trolley collectors at one in three Woolworths supermarkets inspected by Australia's industrial watchdog are being illegally underpaid and exploited, with some workers on cash-in-hand wages as low as $10 an hour. Inspectors audited the... Read more
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The Age
Exploitation of trolley workers revealedInspectors audited the trolley-collection companies at 130 Woolworths supermark
Exploitation of trolley workers revealed
The Age / Posted yesterday
Inspectors audited the trolley-collection companies at 130 Woolworths supermarkets. Photo: Simon Bosch Trolley collectors at one in three Woolworths supermarkets inspected by Australia's industrial watchdog are being illegally underpaid and... Read more
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The Age
Supermarket chain sees no evil, feels no evilfor trolley collectors working on its sites. Today, I release the results of t
Supermarket chain sees no evil, feels no evil
The Age / Posted yesterday
for trolley collectors working on its sites. Today, I release the results of the Fair Work Ombudsman Inquiry into Woolworths' procurement practices. What did we find at the 130 sites we assessed? More than three in every four (79 per... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Supermarket chain sees no evil, feels no evilfor trolley collectors working on its sites. Today, I release the results of t
Supermarket chain sees no evil, feels no evil
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted yesterday
for trolley collectors working on its sites. Today, I release the results of the Fair Work Ombudsman Inquiry into Woolworths' procurement practices. What did we find at the 130 sites we assessed? More than three in every four (79 per... Read more
20 related stories
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Sydney Morning Herald
Exploitation of trolley workers revealedInspectors audited the trolley-collection companies at 130 Woolworths supermark
Exploitation of trolley workers revealed
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted yesterday
Inspectors audited the trolley-collection companies at 130 Woolworths supermarkets. Photo: Simon Bosch Trolley collectors at one in three Woolworths supermarkets inspected by Australia's industrial watchdog are being illegally underpaid and... Read more
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Canberra Times
Supermarket chain sees no evil, feels no evilfor trolley collectors working on its sites. Today, I release the results of t
Supermarket chain sees no evil, feels no evil
Canberra Times / Posted yesterday
for trolley collectors working on its sites. Today, I release the results of the Fair Work Ombudsman Inquiry into Woolworths' procurement practices. Fair Work Ombudsman Natalie James. Photo: Jesse Marlow What did we find at the 130 sites... Read more
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Canberra Times
Exploitation of trolley workers revealedTrolley collectors at one in three Woolworths supermarkets inspected by Austral
Exploitation of trolley workers revealed
Canberra Times / Posted yesterday
Trolley collectors at one in three Woolworths supermarkets inspected by Australia's industrial watchdog are being illegally underpaid and exploited, with some workers on cash-in-hand wages as low as $10 an hour. Inspectors audited the... Read more
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Brisbane Times
Exploitation of trolley workers revealedTrolley collectors at one in three Woolworths supermarkets inspected by Austral
Exploitation of trolley workers revealed
Brisbane Times / Posted yesterday
Trolley collectors at one in three Woolworths supermarkets inspected by Australia's industrial watchdog are being illegally underpaid and exploited, with some workers on cash-in-hand wages as low as $10 an hour. Inspectors audited the... Read more
20 related stories
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Brisbane Times
Supermarket chain sees no evil, feels no evilfor trolley collectors working on its sites. Today, I release the results of t
Supermarket chain sees no evil, feels no evil
Brisbane Times / Posted yesterday
for trolley collectors working on its sites. Today, I release the results of the Fair Work Ombudsman Inquiry into Woolworths' procurement practices. Fair Work Ombudsman Natalie James. Photo: Jesse Marlow What did we find at the 130 sites... Read more
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Brisbane Times
Coles prices not down, down but up, up?way, shape or form," he said. John Durkan Managing Director, Coles Photo: Peter
Coles prices not down, down but up, up?
Brisbane Times / Posted yesterday
way, shape or form," he said. John Durkan Managing Director, Coles Photo: Peter Braig One supplier told Fairfax Media that Woolworths did a similar thing four of five years ago, and ended up paying the price down the track as a push for higher... Read more
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WA Today
Coles prices not down, down but up, up?way, shape or form," he said. John Durkan Managing Director, Coles Photo: Peter
Coles prices not down, down but up, up?
WA Today / Posted yesterday
way, shape or form," he said. John Durkan Managing Director, Coles Photo: Peter Braig One supplier told Fairfax Media that Woolworths did a similar thing four of five years ago, and ended up paying the price down the track as a push for higher... Read more
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The Age
Coles prices not down, down but up, up?shape or form," he said. John Durkan Managing Director, Coles Photo: Peter Bra
Coles prices not down, down but up, up?
The Age / Posted yesterday
shape or form," he said. John Durkan Managing Director, Coles Photo: Peter Braig One supplier told Fairfax Media that Woolworths did a similar thing four of five years ago, and ended up paying the price down the track as a push for higher... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Coles prices not down, down but up, up?shape or form," he said. John Durkan Managing Director, Coles Photo: Peter Bra
Coles prices not down, down but up, up?
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted yesterday
shape or form," he said. John Durkan Managing Director, Coles Photo: Peter Braig One supplier told Fairfax Media that Woolworths did a similar thing four of five years ago, and ended up paying the price down the track as a push for higher... Read more
4 related stories
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Canberra Times
Coles prices not down, down but up, up?way, shape or form," he said. John Durkan Managing Director, Coles Photo: Peter
Coles prices not down, down but up, up?
Canberra Times / Posted yesterday
way, shape or form," he said. John Durkan Managing Director, Coles Photo: Peter Braig One supplier told Fairfax Media that Woolworths did a similar thing four of five years ago, and ended up paying the price down the track as a push for higher... Read more
4 related stories
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Brisbane Times
Brexit: ASX posts worst day this year amid shock of Britain's exittheir losses early in the week. "Gold is a very standard flight to safety," Ms
Brexit: ASX posts worst day this year amid shock of Britain's exit
Brisbane Times / Posted yesterday
their losses early in the week. "Gold is a very standard flight to safety," Ms Jorritsma said. Among the blue chips, Wesfarmers lost 3.8 per cent to $39.26, Woolworths lost 1.4 per cent to $20.56, while Telstra added 0.2 per cent to $5.35.0 comme... Read more
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WA Today
Brexit: ASX posts worst day this year amid shock of Britain's exittheir losses early in the week. "Gold is a very standard flight to safety," Ms
Brexit: ASX posts worst day this year amid shock of Britain's exit
WA Today / Posted yesterday
their losses early in the week. "Gold is a very standard flight to safety," Ms Jorritsma said. Among the blue chips, Wesfarmers lost 3.8 per cent to $39.26, Woolworths lost 1.4 per cent to $20.56, while Telstra added 0.2 per cent to $5.35.0 comme... Read more
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The Age
Brexit: ASX posts worst day this year amid shock of Britain's exitrecouping their losses early in the week. "Gold is a very standard flight to s
Brexit: ASX posts worst day this year amid shock of Britain's exit
The Age / Posted yesterday
recouping their losses early in the week. "Gold is a very standard flight to safety," Ms Jorritsma said. Among the blue chips, Wesfarmers lost 3.8 per cent to $39.26, Woolworths lost 1.4 per cent to $20.56, while Telstra added 0.2 per cent to $5.... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Brexit: ASX posts worst day this year amid shock of Britain's exitrecouping their losses early in the week. "Gold is a very standard flight to s
Brexit: ASX posts worst day this year amid shock of Britain's exit
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted yesterday
recouping their losses early in the week. "Gold is a very standard flight to safety," Ms Jorritsma said. Among the blue chips, Wesfarmers lost 3.8 per cent to $39.26, Woolworths lost 1.4 per cent to $20.56, while Telstra added 0.2 per cent to $5.... Read more
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Canberra Times
Brexit: ASX posts worst day this year amid shock of Britain's exittheir losses early in the week. "Gold is a very standard flight to safety," Ms
Brexit: ASX posts worst day this year amid shock of Britain's exit
Canberra Times / Posted yesterday
their losses early in the week. "Gold is a very standard flight to safety," Ms Jorritsma said. Among the blue chips, Wesfarmers lost 3.8 per cent to $39.26, Woolworths lost 1.4 per cent to $20.56, while Telstra added 0.2 per cent to $5.35.0 comme... Read more
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Herald Sun
Xenophon has the political X factorpassing year. He revelled in his reputation as a centrist and populist, seizin
Xenophon has the political X factor
Herald Sun / Posted yesterday
passing year. He revelled in his reputation as a centrist and populist, seizing on to issues ranging from the Coles and Woolworths duopoly (which he likens to the Labor-Liberal duopoly), the maritime boundary dispute between Australia and East... Read more
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News Mail
Local fruit and veg half the price of the big boysHOW can fruit and veggies cost double the price from grocery giants Woolworths
Local fruit and veg half the price of the big boys
News Mail / Posted yesterday
HOW can fruit and veggies cost double the price from grocery giants Woolworths and Coles? This is the question Bundaberg woman Morgan Faul asked after seeing the NewsMail story about a Bundy farmer and his value $20 boxes of veggies. Miss Faul... Read more
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Lifehacker Australia
How A Start-Up Used Child-Like Naivety To Change Its Business (And The World)product line to raise money for health and sanitation projects in disadvantaged
How A Start-Up Used Child-Like Naivety To Change Its Business (And The World)
Lifehacker Australia / Posted yesterday
product line to raise money for health and sanitation projects in disadvantaged countries. Its products are now stocked by Woolworths and Coles. The company is currently preparing to launch a nappies range that raises money for another cause. The... Read more
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WA Today
Heartbroken community holds candlelight vigil for Aaron Pajichthem. The crowd joined in singing Hallelujah and there was a minute's silence
Heartbroken community holds candlelight vigil for Aaron Pajich
WA Today / Posted yesterday
them. The crowd joined in singing Hallelujah and there was a minute's silence before balloons, donated by the local Woolworths, were released into the sky. Aaron's father Keith Sweetman on Tuesday said his family had a strong support group... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Union accused of unlawful industrial action at Melbourne distribution centrehas launched legal proceedings against the National Workers Union (NUW) over wh
Union accused of unlawful industrial action at Melbourne distribution centre
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted yesterday
has launched legal proceedings against the National Workers Union (NUW) over what it calls unlawful industrial action at a Woolworths subsidiary in Melbourne's west last year. The ombudsman, Natalie James, alleged the union took unprotected... Read more
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Eye Witness News
Rand gains on British referendum, stocks flatmarket wants to have quite a bit of certainty about,” Afrifocus Securities port
Rand gains on British referendum, stocks flat
Eye Witness News / Posted 2 days ago
market wants to have quite a bit of certainty about,” Afrifocus Securities portfolio manager Ferdi Heyneke said. Retailers Woolworths and Shoprite were some of the biggest gainers among the blue-chips, gaining 4.19 percent to 85 rand and 2.5... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Woolies cleaners ‘underpaid $21k’THE workplace watchdog has switched its attention from Woolworths’ trolley coll
Woolies cleaners ‘underpaid $21k’
The Courier Mail / Posted 2 days ago
THE workplace watchdog has switched its attention from Woolworths’ trolley collectors to its cleaners, taking legal action against former contractors for allegedly underpaying four workers more than $21,000. The Fair Work Ombudsman has commenced... Read more
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Manchester Evening News
EU referendum: How do I vote and where is my polling station?Chesham Gardens, Rochdale OL11 3RT (ED1) Thornham Cricket Club, Rochdale Road,
EU referendum: How do I vote and where is my polling station?
Manchester Evening News / Posted 2 days ago
Chesham Gardens, Rochdale OL11 3RT (ED1) Thornham Cricket Club, Rochdale Road, Slattocks, Middleton M24 2RB (EE1) Woolworths Sports and Social Club, Gypsy Lane, Castleton OL11 3HA (EF1) Function Room at the Lancashire Fold Pub, Kirkway,... Read more
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Brisbane Times
Grocery price cuts to ease: Metcash bossscheme focused on cutting the ticketed price of key branded products such as Ti
Grocery price cuts to ease: Metcash boss
Brisbane Times / Posted 2 days ago
scheme focused on cutting the ticketed price of key branded products such as Tim Tams, to match their price in Coles or Woolworths. Mr Morrice said Price Match underpinned significant growth, driving sales 3 per cent higher in participating... Read more
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Brisbane Times
Time to bring voting into the 21st centuryto sell plainly think elections are death and a long slow one at that. In the m
Time to bring voting into the 21st century
Brisbane Times / Posted 2 days ago
to sell plainly think elections are death and a long slow one at that. In the month of May Wesfarmers dropped 32 per cent, Woolworths 24 per cent and Telstra 20 per cent. State governments seem to have got the same message. NSW is down by 26 per... Read more
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Manchester Evening News
EU referendum: How do I vote and where is my polling station?Chesham Gardens, Rochdale OL11 3RT (ED1) Thornham Cricket Club, Rochdale Road,
EU referendum: How do I vote and where is my polling station?
Manchester Evening News / Posted 2 days ago
Chesham Gardens, Rochdale OL11 3RT (ED1) Thornham Cricket Club, Rochdale Road, Slattocks, Middleton M24 2RB (EE1) Woolworths Sports and Social Club, Gypsy Lane, Castleton OL11 3HA (EF1) Function Room at the Lancashire Fold Pub, Kirkway,... Read more
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WA Today
Grocery price cuts to ease: Metcash bossscheme focused on cutting the ticketed price of key branded products such as Ti
Grocery price cuts to ease: Metcash boss
WA Today / Posted 2 days ago
scheme focused on cutting the ticketed price of key branded products such as Tim Tams, to match their price in Coles or Woolworths. Mr Morrice said Price Match underpinned significant growth, driving sales 3 per cent higher in participating... Read more
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WA Today
Time to bring voting into the 21st centuryto sell plainly think elections are death and a long slow one at that. In the m
Time to bring voting into the 21st century
WA Today / Posted 2 days ago
to sell plainly think elections are death and a long slow one at that. In the month of May Wesfarmers dropped 32 per cent, Woolworths 24 per cent and Telstra 20 per cent. State governments seem to have got the same message. NSW is down by 26 per... Read more
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The Age
Time to bring voting into the 21st centuryto sell plainly think elections are death and a long slow one at that. In the m
Time to bring voting into the 21st century
The Age / Posted 2 days ago
to sell plainly think elections are death and a long slow one at that. In the month of May Wesfarmers dropped 32 per cent, Woolworths 24 per cent and Telstra 20 per cent. State governments seem to have got the same message. NSW is down by 26 per... Read more
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The Age
Grocery price cuts to ease: Metcash bossscheme focused on cutting the ticketed price of key branded products such as Ti
Grocery price cuts to ease: Metcash boss
The Age / Posted 2 days ago
scheme focused on cutting the ticketed price of key branded products such as Tim Tams, to match their price in Coles or Woolworths. Mr Morrice said Price Match underpinned significant growth, driving sales 3 per cent higher in participating... Read more
4 related stories
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Sydney Morning Herald
Grocery price cuts to ease: Metcash bossscheme focused on cutting the ticketed price of key branded products such as Ti
Grocery price cuts to ease: Metcash boss
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 2 days ago
scheme focused on cutting the ticketed price of key branded products such as Tim Tams, to match their price in Coles or Woolworths. Mr Morrice said Price Match underpinned significant growth, driving sales 3 per cent higher in participating... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Time to bring voting into the 21st centuryto sell plainly think elections are death and a long slow one at that. In the m
Time to bring voting into the 21st century
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 2 days ago
to sell plainly think elections are death and a long slow one at that. In the month of May Wesfarmers dropped 32 per cent, Woolworths 24 per cent and Telstra 20 per cent. State governments seem to have got the same message. NSW is down by 26 per... Read more
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Canberra Times
Grocery price cuts to ease: Metcash bossscheme focused on cutting the ticketed price of key branded products such as Ti
Grocery price cuts to ease: Metcash boss
Canberra Times / Posted 2 days ago
scheme focused on cutting the ticketed price of key branded products such as Tim Tams, to match their price in Coles or Woolworths. Mr Morrice said Price Match underpinned significant growth, driving sales 3 per cent higher in participating... Read more
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Canberra Times
Time to bring voting into the 21st centuryto sell plainly think elections are death and a long slow one at that. In the m
Time to bring voting into the 21st century
Canberra Times / Posted 2 days ago
to sell plainly think elections are death and a long slow one at that. In the month of May Wesfarmers dropped 32 per cent, Woolworths 24 per cent and Telstra 20 per cent. State governments seem to have got the same message. NSW is down by 26 per... Read more
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Adelaide Now
Unseasonal boon for fruit loversthe air temperature and soil temperature was really quite warm, creating favour
Unseasonal boon for fruit lovers
Adelaide Now / Posted 2 days ago
the air temperature and soil temperature was really quite warm, creating favourable conditions for agriculture,” he said. Woolworths, Aldi and IGA are also selling fruit and veg cheaply. Shopper Louise Holden, 18, of Findon, said she was enjoying... Read more
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Manchester Evening News
Agency on an Influential run as revenues riseM&C Saatchi, Ogilvy, TBWA and The Foundry, McGrath’s 20-year career has spanned
Agency on an Influential run as revenues rise
Manchester Evening News / Posted 2 days ago
M&C Saatchi, Ogilvy, TBWA and The Foundry, McGrath’s 20-year career has spanned B2B and B2C campaigns for brands including Woolworths and Virgin Blue. The firm has recently updated its brand ID to reflect its transformation into a fully integrated... Read more
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WA Today
ASX poised to digest Brexit resultto $24.44, and National Australia Bank was down 0.1 per cent to $25.58. The bi
ASX poised to digest Brexit result
WA Today / Posted 2 days ago
to $24.44, and National Australia Bank was down 0.1 per cent to $25.58. The biggest food and liquor sellers were mixed. Woolworths was down 0.3 per cent to $20.85, while Wesfarmers, owner of Coles, closed up 1.4 per cent to $40.80. Telstra was... Read more
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The Times & The Sunday Times
Somizi slams calls to #OpenTheIndustryon you that we, people in the industry, this could be our only job?" he asked.
Somizi slams calls to #OpenTheIndustry
The Times & The Sunday Times / Posted 2 days ago
on you that we, people in the industry, this could be our only job?" he asked. He added that it's not like he works at Woolworths all day and then choreographs and presents after-hours. "No, If there is no gigs I am screwed. So, what do you... Read more
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