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Morrison government ‘gas-led recovery’ plan unpopular

The Australian government, led by Prime Minister Scott Morrison, has received criticism from economists and environmentalists alike for their plans of a ‘gas-led recovery’ out of the coronavirus economic downturn. In a move away from the renewable resources and reduced energy emissions committed to in the 2016 Paris Agreement, the Australian government is turning to […]

Free clothing boutique makes a difference for those in need in Darlinghurst

A shop where everything is free might sound like a bad business venture but for Thread Together it’s part of the philanthropic philosophy at the core of its business. Established in 2012 by Andie Halas, the boutique venture describes itself as a charity organisation with a mission to fight fashion waste and clothe 200,000 people […]

Coles to introduce new line of vegan food from Maggie Beer

Coles, the famed supermarket chain, and Maggie Beer, the famed chef from South Australia, are partnering to serve up a new line of vegetarian and vegan food to Aussie consumers. Called “Maggie’s Food for Life,” the line of plant based foods will be sold in around 400 Coles stores beginning in October, Business News Australia […]

Queensland crocodile dies at 100

Buka the crocodile, who lived in captivity at Australia’s Koorana Crocodile Farm for many years and was well known to locals, has swam on ahead to cleaner waters. He was reportedly 100 years old. The crocodile’s age is only slightly more impressive than his size: he was 17 feet long and weighed more than one […]

Take it away! Melbourne resumes delivery services following a coronavirus second wave

A new surge in coronavirus cases in Melbourne as of June 30th 2020 has caused the city to revert backwards in terms of the lockdown restrictions placed on businesses. For those that had been eager to return to a sense of normality and once again experience the smaller pleasures such as a nice meal out, […]

Online business growth opportunity for Sydney’s Sex Shops

The world-wide outbreak of COVID-19 and subsequent global pandemic that has dominated the media in the beginning of 2020 is finally beginning to subdue. Whilst the virus continues to spread across the globe, with rising numbers in places such as Brazil as of June 2020 meaning, even as lock-down restrictions are being eased elsewhere, the […]

Fine Food Australia canceled due to COVID uncertainty

The organisers of Fine Food Australia, the country’s largest trade event for the food and hospitality industries, have announced that this year’s event—originally scheduled to go down from 7 to 10 September—is canceled. In a statement on the Fine Food Australia website, the organisers cited the ongoing difficulties caused by the coronavirus pandemic as the […]

A great wall is being erected between Australia and China

A number of Australian businesses are participating in a social media drive called “Australia Welcomes You.” The aim is to reassure prospective Chinese students and tourists that it is a good idea to come to Australia, despite an uptick in anti-Chinese prejudice associated with the COVID-19 pandemic, believed to have got its start in a […]

Former BlueScope Steel manager hit with criminal obstruction charges

Jason Ellis, former general manager of sales and marketing for BlueScope Steel, a leading Australian steel manufacturer, has been charged with two counts of attempting to obstruct the inquiry of a Commonwealth official. Ellis is said to have worked behind the scenes to obstruct a probe by Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) into an […]

Monsanto sued by Australian farmer claiming the company’s Roundup product caused his cancer

Anti-social agrochemical corporation Monsanto—now owned by anti-social pharmaceutical corporation Bayer—is finally getting its comeuppance. High time. In May, a California court order the company to pay more than $2 billion USD to a couple who were diagnosed with cancer after using its carcinogenic weedkiller, Roundup. Alva and Alberta Pilliod both got non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma from Roundup: […]

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