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WA Today
Swisse chief Radek Sali urges Australia to tap into 'new golden age'Wellness chief In Australia, a2 milk sales have been boosted by the social med
Swisse chief Radek Sali urges Australia to tap into 'new golden age'
WA Today / Posted 6 hours ago
Wellness chief In Australia, a2 milk sales have been boosted by the social media campaign targeting $1 milk at Coles and Woolworths, triggered by Murray Goulburn's savage cuts to farmgate milk prices in April. A2 would not quantify the sales... Read more
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The Age
Swisse chief Radek Sali urges Australia to tap into 'new golden age'Wellness chief In Australia, a2 milk sales have been boosted by the social med
Swisse chief Radek Sali urges Australia to tap into 'new golden age'
The Age / Posted 6 hours ago
Wellness chief In Australia, a2 milk sales have been boosted by the social media campaign targeting $1 milk at Coles and Woolworths, triggered by Murray Goulburn's savage cuts to farmgate milk prices in April. A2 would not quantify the sales... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Swisse chief Radek Sali urges Australia to tap into 'new golden age'Wellness chief In Australia, a2 milk sales have been boosted by the social med
Swisse chief Radek Sali urges Australia to tap into 'new golden age'
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 6 hours ago
Wellness chief In Australia, a2 milk sales have been boosted by the social media campaign targeting $1 milk at Coles and Woolworths, triggered by Murray Goulburn's savage cuts to farmgate milk prices in April. A2 would not quantify the sales... Read more
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6h
Canberra Times
Swisse chief Radek Sali urges Australia to tap into 'new golden age'Wellness chief In Australia, a2 milk sales have been boosted by the social med
Swisse chief Radek Sali urges Australia to tap into 'new golden age'
Canberra Times / Posted 6 hours ago
Wellness chief In Australia, a2 milk sales have been boosted by the social media campaign targeting $1 milk at Coles and Woolworths, triggered by Murray Goulburn's savage cuts to farmgate milk prices in April. A2 would not quantify the sales... Read more
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Brisbane Times
Swisse chief Radek Sali urges Australia to tap into 'new golden age'Wellness chief In Australia, a2 milk sales have been boosted by the social med
Swisse chief Radek Sali urges Australia to tap into 'new golden age'
Brisbane Times / Posted 6 hours ago
Wellness chief In Australia, a2 milk sales have been boosted by the social media campaign targeting $1 milk at Coles and Woolworths, triggered by Murray Goulburn's savage cuts to farmgate milk prices in April. A2 would not quantify the sales... Read more
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12h
Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Australian shares end flat as investors eye US Fedwere not impressed with the results, and stocks had a mixed session. Wesfarmer
Australian shares end flat as investors eye US Fed
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 12 hours ago
were not impressed with the results, and stocks had a mixed session. Wesfarmers slipped 0.2 per cent $42.50, while Woolworths dipped 0.3 per cent to $23.42. Graincorp tumbled 5.7 per cent to two-month lows of $8.15 after its largest... Read more
13h
Daily Liberal
Woolies’ Dubbo stores to remainThe axe won't fall on any of the four Woolworths supermarkets in Dubbo and Well
Woolies’ Dubbo stores to remain
Daily Liberal / Posted 13 hours ago
The axe won't fall on any of the four Woolworths supermarkets in Dubbo and Wellington. Dubbo will not lose any of its Woolworths stores after the supermarket giant confirmed that all three were safe from closure. A Woolworths spokesperson confirmed... Read more
14h
Lifehacker Australia
Hump Day Deals: 40% Off Lenovo PCs, Free Burritos, Cheap Comicswings for a buck. Or 50 chicken wings for $5. Or… actually, you should probably
Hump Day Deals: 40% Off Lenovo PCs, Free Burritos, Cheap Comics
Lifehacker Australia / Posted 14 hours ago
wings for a buck. Or 50 chicken wings for $5. Or… actually, you should probably stop at 50. Click here for details. Woolworths Everyday rewards members can currently score Cellarmasters Entertainers’ Red, Mixed or White wine 12 packs for... Read more
18h
Western Advocate
Woolies future is certain in CBDWoolworths staff safe in Bathurst, but no comment on Big W's future. STAFF at
Woolies future is certain in CBD
Western Advocate / Posted 18 hours ago
Woolworths staff safe in Bathurst, but no comment on Big W's future. STAFF at Bathurst’s two Woolworths supermarkets will keep their jobs despite a massive company restructure that will slash 500 jobs and close 27 underperforming stores across... Read more
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Perth Now
Real reason Woolies is strugglingWOUNDED retailer Woolworths is finally closing some of its supermarkets. The gr
Real reason Woolies is struggling
Perth Now / Posted 20 hours ago
WOUNDED retailer Woolworths is finally closing some of its supermarkets. The great Australian chain has been bleeding for a long time — this week it stepped out of the fight to patch its wounds. It is going to shut 17 Australian supermarkets that... Read more
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Perth Now
ATM stolen in early morning ram raidmorning. The ram raid targeted an ATM at the Wyatt Grove Shopping Centre about
ATM stolen in early morning ram raid
Perth Now / Posted 20 hours ago
morning. The ram raid targeted an ATM at the Wyatt Grove Shopping Centre about 3.30am, ploughing through a door near a Woolworths store within the complex. Police are investigating the incident and believe the vehicle reversed into doors of... Read more
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The North West Star
How to save the planet and enjoy better investment returnsnot invest in Wesfarmers, the owner of Coles, because Wesfarmers has significan
How to save the planet and enjoy better investment returns
The North West Star / Posted 20 hours ago
not invest in Wesfarmers, the owner of Coles, because Wesfarmers has significant interests in coal. Nor does it invest in Woolworths because it owns poker machines and alcohol retailers. Australian Ethical's screening processes mean its various... Read more
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Daily Liberal
How to save the planet and enjoy better investment returnsnot invest in Wesfarmers, the owner of Coles, because Wesfarmers has significan
How to save the planet and enjoy better investment returns
Daily Liberal / Posted 20 hours ago
not invest in Wesfarmers, the owner of Coles, because Wesfarmers has significant interests in coal. Nor does it invest in Woolworths because it owns poker machines and alcohol retailers. Australian Ethical's screening processes mean its various... Read more
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20h
Daily Liberal
Woolworths plan to close storesThe plan to close 27 Woolworth's stores will be carefully choreographed. Woolw
Woolworths plan to close stores
Daily Liberal / Posted 20 hours ago
The plan to close 27 Woolworth's stores will be carefully choreographed. Woolworths has not revealed the locations of the stores already slated for closure. Woolworths' plan to pull down the shutters on 27 of its poorest-performing stores will be... Read more
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20h
The Border Mail
How to save the planet and enjoy better investment returnsnot invest in Wesfarmers, the owner of Coles, because Wesfarmers has significan
How to save the planet and enjoy better investment returns
The Border Mail / Posted 20 hours ago
not invest in Wesfarmers, the owner of Coles, because Wesfarmers has significant interests in coal. Nor does it invest in Woolworths because it owns poker machines and alcohol retailers. Australian Ethical's screening processes mean its various... Read more
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21h
The Courier
How to save the planet and enjoy better investment returnsnot invest in Wesfarmers, the owner of Coles, because Wesfarmers has significan
How to save the planet and enjoy better investment returns
The Courier / Posted 21 hours ago
not invest in Wesfarmers, the owner of Coles, because Wesfarmers has significant interests in coal. Nor does it invest in Woolworths because it owns poker machines and alcohol retailers. Australian Ethical's screening processes mean its various... Read more
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21h
Northern Daily Leader
How to save the planet and enjoy better investment returnsnot invest in Wesfarmers, the owner of Coles, because Wesfarmers has significan
How to save the planet and enjoy better investment returns
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 21 hours ago
not invest in Wesfarmers, the owner of Coles, because Wesfarmers has significant interests in coal. Nor does it invest in Woolworths because it owns poker machines and alcohol retailers. Australian Ethical's screening processes mean its various... Read more
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21h
The Young Witness
How to save the planet and enjoy better investment returnsnot invest in Wesfarmers, the owner of Coles, because Wesfarmers has significan
How to save the planet and enjoy better investment returns
The Young Witness / Posted 21 hours ago
not invest in Wesfarmers, the owner of Coles, because Wesfarmers has significant interests in coal. Nor does it invest in Woolworths because it owns poker machines and alcohol retailers. Australian Ethical's screening processes mean its various... Read more
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Western Advocate
How to save the planet and enjoy better investment returnsnot invest in Wesfarmers, the owner of Coles, because Wesfarmers has significan
How to save the planet and enjoy better investment returns
Western Advocate / Posted 21 hours ago
not invest in Wesfarmers, the owner of Coles, because Wesfarmers has significant interests in coal. Nor does it invest in Woolworths because it owns poker machines and alcohol retailers. Australian Ethical's screening processes mean its various... Read more
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Kiama Independent
How to save the planet and enjoy better investment returnsnot invest in Wesfarmers, the owner of Coles, because Wesfarmers has significan
How to save the planet and enjoy better investment returns
Kiama Independent / Posted 21 hours ago
not invest in Wesfarmers, the owner of Coles, because Wesfarmers has significant interests in coal. Nor does it invest in Woolworths because it owns poker machines and alcohol retailers. Australian Ethical's screening processes mean its various... Read more
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21h
Manning River Times
How to save the planet and enjoy better investment returnsnot invest in Wesfarmers, the owner of Coles, because Wesfarmers has significan
How to save the planet and enjoy better investment returns
Manning River Times / Posted 21 hours ago
not invest in Wesfarmers, the owner of Coles, because Wesfarmers has significant interests in coal. Nor does it invest in Woolworths because it owns poker machines and alcohol retailers. Australian Ethical's screening processes mean its various... Read more
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Goondiwindi Argus
How to save the planet and enjoy better investment returnsnot invest in Wesfarmers, the owner of Coles, because Wesfarmers has significan
How to save the planet and enjoy better investment returns
Goondiwindi Argus / Posted 21 hours ago
not invest in Wesfarmers, the owner of Coles, because Wesfarmers has significant interests in coal. Nor does it invest in Woolworths because it owns poker machines and alcohol retailers. Australian Ethical's screening processes mean its various... Read more
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The Daily Mercury
Whitsunday’s Woolworths to remain openTHE Whitsunday region will not be affected by the closure of 17 Woolworths supe
Whitsunday’s Woolworths to remain open
The Daily Mercury / Posted 21 hours ago
THE Whitsunday region will not be affected by the closure of 17 Woolworths supermarkets across Australia. This morning, the retail giant announced 21 stores would close down Australia-wide - four of which are small metro stores in capital... Read more
23h
The Courier
Wednesday, July 27, 2016project City of Ballarat will address the future of a contentious roundabout a
Wednesday, July 27, 2016
The Courier / Posted 23 hours ago
project City of Ballarat will address the future of a contentious roundabout at a meeting on August 3. Read more.Woolworths exit heralds sector unity: Gay A possible buy out of Woolworths-owned Home Timber and Hardware would lead G. Gay... Read more
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23h
WA Today
All eyes on inflationsmall gain on Tuesday despite spending most of the day in the red, dragged by w
All eyes on inflation
WA Today / Posted 23 hours ago
small gain on Tuesday despite spending most of the day in the red, dragged by weakness in energy stocks and a retreat from Woolworths after its blockbuster Monday. Despite falling below 5500 points in early trade, the S&P/ASX 200 managed to claw... Read more
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23h
Canberra Times
All eyes on inflationsmall gain on Tuesday despite spending most of the day in the red, dragged by w
All eyes on inflation
Canberra Times / Posted 23 hours ago
small gain on Tuesday despite spending most of the day in the red, dragged by weakness in energy stocks and a retreat from Woolworths after its blockbuster Monday. Despite falling below 5500 points in early trade, the S&P/ASX 200 managed to claw... Read more
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23h
Brisbane Times
All eyes on inflationsmall gain on Tuesday despite spending most of the day in the red, dragged by w
All eyes on inflation
Brisbane Times / Posted 23 hours ago
small gain on Tuesday despite spending most of the day in the red, dragged by weakness in energy stocks and a retreat from Woolworths after its blockbuster Monday. Despite falling below 5500 points in early trade, the S&P/ASX 200 managed to claw... Read more
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23h
The Age
All eyes on inflationsmall gain on Tuesday despite spending most of the day in the red, dragged by w
All eyes on inflation
The Age / Posted 23 hours ago
small gain on Tuesday despite spending most of the day in the red, dragged by weakness in energy stocks and a retreat from Woolworths after its blockbuster Monday. Despite falling below 5500 points in early trade, the S&P/ASX 200 managed to claw... Read more
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23h
Sydney Morning Herald
All eyes on inflationsmall gain on Tuesday despite spending most of the day in the red, dragged by w
All eyes on inflation
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 23 hours ago
small gain on Tuesday despite spending most of the day in the red, dragged by weakness in energy stocks and a retreat from Woolworths after its blockbuster Monday. Despite falling below 5500 points in early trade, the S&P/ASX 200 managed to claw... Read more
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Brisbane Times
Aldi to grow by 16 per cent a yearAldi's aggressive expansion has reduced Coles and Woolworths' share of the lucr
Aldi to grow by 16 per cent a year
Brisbane Times / Posted yesterday
Aldi's aggressive expansion has reduced Coles and Woolworths' share of the lucrative grocery market from 75 per cent to closer to 70 per cent despite fierce competition from the big chains, who have already "borrowed" some of the best ideas from the... Read more
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WA Today
Aldi to grow by 16 per cent a yearAldi's aggressive expansion has reduced Coles and Woolworths' share of the lucr
Aldi to grow by 16 per cent a year
WA Today / Posted yesterday
Aldi's aggressive expansion has reduced Coles and Woolworths' share of the lucrative grocery market from 75 per cent to closer to 70 per cent despite fierce competition from the big chains, who have already "borrowed" some of the best ideas from the... Read more
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The Age
Aldi to grow by 16 per cent a yearAldi's aggressive expansion has reduced Coles and Woolworths' share of the lucr
Aldi to grow by 16 per cent a year
The Age / Posted yesterday
Aldi's aggressive expansion has reduced Coles and Woolworths' share of the lucrative grocery market from 75 per cent to closer to 70 per cent despite fierce competition from the big chains, who have already "borrowed" some of the best ideas from the... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
ACCC boss Rod Sims rejects supermarket claims effects test will hurt shoppersfalse, the competition watchdog boss says. Australian Competition and Consumer
ACCC boss Rod Sims rejects supermarket claims effects test will hurt shoppers
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted yesterday
false, the competition watchdog boss says. Australian Competition and Consumer Commission chairman Rod Sims said claims by Woolworths and Coles, as well as the peak retailers body, that the adoption of the Harper review panel's "effects test"... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Aldi to grow by 16 per cent a yearAldi's aggressive expansion has reduced Coles and Woolworths' share of the lucr
Aldi to grow by 16 per cent a year
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted yesterday
Aldi's aggressive expansion has reduced Coles and Woolworths' share of the lucrative grocery market from 75 per cent to closer to 70 per cent despite fierce competition from the big chains, who have already "borrowed" some of the best ideas from the... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
Sex saving lives, HERO-icallycondom maker HERO, whose sales have increased 400 per cent over the past year s
Sex saving lives, HERO-ically
Daily Telegraph / Posted yesterday
condom maker HERO, whose sales have increased 400 per cent over the past year since being stocked on the shelves of Woolworths, Coles and IGA. The Manly-based business donates one condom to Botswana for every one sold and is on track to hit... Read more
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Canberra Times
ACCC boss Rod Sims rejects supermarket claims effects test will hurt shoppersfalse, the competition watchdog boss says. Australian Competition and Consumer
ACCC boss Rod Sims rejects supermarket claims effects test will hurt shoppers
Canberra Times / Posted yesterday
false, the competition watchdog boss says. Australian Competition and Consumer Commission chairman Rod Sims said claims by Woolworths and Coles, as well as the peak retailers body, that the adoption of the Harper review panel's "effects test"... Read more
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Canberra Times
Aldi to grow by 16 per cent a yearAldi's aggressive expansion has reduced Coles and Woolworths' share of the lucr
Aldi to grow by 16 per cent a year
Canberra Times / Posted yesterday
Aldi's aggressive expansion has reduced Coles and Woolworths' share of the lucrative grocery market from 75 per cent to closer to 70 per cent despite fierce competition from the big chains, who have already "borrowed" some of the best ideas from the... Read more
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Manning River Times
Pets of the week: Neon, Lisa and feline friendsto name just a couple. We are always in need of cat/kitten and dog/puppy food
Pets of the week: Neon, Lisa and feline friends
Manning River Times / Posted yesterday
to name just a couple. We are always in need of cat/kitten and dog/puppy food to feed the furries in care and have bins located in Woolworths Taree and Forster and Coles Taree and Forster. For information on any of the above please call 6553... Read more
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Jersey Evening Post
All BHS stores to close on 20 August « Jersey Evening Postclose in less than four weeks, the administrators have said. In one of the big
All BHS stores to close on 20 August « Jersey Evening Post
Jersey Evening Post / Posted yesterday
close in less than four weeks, the administrators have said. In one of the biggest retail failures since the collapse of Woolworths, the chain went into administration in April with debts of more than £1.3 billion, including a pension fund... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Australian shares inch higher, backed by finance and retail stocksafter oil prices fell to a three-month low with Origin Energy losing 2.7 per ce
Australian shares inch higher, backed by finance and retail stocks
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted yesterday
after oil prices fell to a three-month low with Origin Energy losing 2.7 per cent to $5.78. Grocery stocks were also sold, Woolworths fell 3.3 per cent to $23.50 as investors took profits on the back of yesterday's big gains after the supermarket... Read more
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Brisbane Times
Woolworths to carefully choreograph store closuresWoolworths' plan to pull down the shutters on 27 of its poorest-performing stor
Woolworths to carefully choreograph store closures
Brisbane Times / Posted yesterday
Woolworths' plan to pull down the shutters on 27 of its poorest-performing stores will be carefully choreographed to ensure its doesn't give its competitors a leg up. Retail insiders suggest Woolworths' short list will only include stores trading in... Read more
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The Courier
Exit unifies hardwareWoolworths' exit from the home improvements sector will "unify" independent har
Exit unifies hardware
The Courier / Posted yesterday
Woolworths' exit from the home improvements sector will "unify" independent hardware businesses, local owner says. A possible buy out of Woolworths-owned Home Timber and Hardware would lead G. Gay and Co Hardware in one big circle, co-owner David... Read more
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WA Today
Shares eke out small gain in 'patchwork' day for ASXsmall gain on Tuesday despite spending most of the day in the red, dragged by w
Shares eke out small gain in 'patchwork' day for ASX
WA Today / Posted yesterday
small gain on Tuesday despite spending most of the day in the red, dragged by weakness in energy stocks and a retreat from Woolworths after its blockbuster Monday. Despite falling below 5500 points in early trade, the S&P/ASX 200 managed to claw... Read more
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WA Today
Woolworths to carefully choreograph store closuresWoolworths' plan to pull down the shutters on 27 of its poorest-performing stor
Woolworths to carefully choreograph store closures
WA Today / Posted yesterday
Woolworths' plan to pull down the shutters on 27 of its poorest-performing stores will be carefully choreographed to ensure its doesn't give its competitors a leg up. Retail insiders suggest Woolworths' short list will only include stores trading in... Read more
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The Age
Woolworths to carefully choreograph store closuresWoolworths' plan to pull down the shutters on 27 of its poorest-performing stor
Woolworths to carefully choreograph store closures
The Age / Posted yesterday
Woolworths' plan to pull down the shutters on 27 of its poorest-performing stores will be carefully choreographed to ensure its doesn't give its competitors a leg up. Retail insiders suggest Woolworths' short list will only include stores trading in... Read more
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The Age
Shares eke out small gain in 'patchwork' day for ASXsmall gain on Tuesday despite spending most of the day in the red, dragged by w
Shares eke out small gain in 'patchwork' day for ASX
The Age / Posted yesterday
small gain on Tuesday despite spending most of the day in the red, dragged by weakness in energy stocks and a retreat from Woolworths after its blockbuster Monday. Despite falling below 5500 points in early trade, the S&P/ASX 200 managed to claw... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Shares eke out small gain in 'patchwork' day for ASXsmall gain on Tuesday despite spending most of the day in the red, dragged by w
Shares eke out small gain in 'patchwork' day for ASX
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted yesterday
small gain on Tuesday despite spending most of the day in the red, dragged by weakness in energy stocks and a retreat from Woolworths after its blockbuster Monday. Despite falling below 5500 points in early trade, the S&P/ASX 200 managed to claw... Read more
9 related stories
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Sydney Morning Herald
Woolworths to carefully choreograph store closuresWoolworths' plan to pull down the shutters on 27 of its poorest-performing stor
Woolworths to carefully choreograph store closures
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted yesterday
Woolworths' plan to pull down the shutters on 27 of its poorest-performing stores will be carefully choreographed to ensure its doesn't give its competitors a leg up. Retail insiders suggest Woolworths' short list will only include stores trading in... Read more
7 related stories
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Sydney Morning Herald
Canberra and region Woolworths not affected by supermarket's closures and delaysWoolworths supermarkets in Canberra and across the region will not be among tho
Canberra and region Woolworths not affected by supermarket's closures and delays
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted yesterday
Woolworths supermarkets in Canberra and across the region will not be among those closing over the next 12 months. The company announced this week it would close 27 of its poorest performing stores as part of a $1 billion restructure. Woolworths... Read more
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Canberra Times
Shares eke out small gain in 'patchwork' day for ASXsmall gain on Tuesday despite spending most of the day in the red, dragged by w
Shares eke out small gain in 'patchwork' day for ASX
Canberra Times / Posted yesterday
small gain on Tuesday despite spending most of the day in the red, dragged by weakness in energy stocks and a retreat from Woolworths after its blockbuster Monday. Despite falling below 5500 points in early trade, the S&P/ASX 200 managed to claw... Read more
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