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Chinese Company Plans $400 Million Theme Park For Queensland’s Gold Coast

A Chinese entertainment company wants to spend almost $400 million building a theme park to compete in the already crowded Gold Coast market. The Songcheng...

Country Road Partners With Afterpay

The Country Road Group will be offering shoppers 'buy now, pay later' online payment options after signing up to fintech start-up Afterpay's platform. Afterpay, which...

Pizza Hut: Retro Dine-In Stores To Make A Comeback

Pizza Hut is looking back to the future as it gears up for a bold new move in the nation’s pizza wars. The underdog...

Personal Details Of Australian Customers Being Sold By An Indian firm, Claims Investigation

While phone numbers, records and addresses of Australians were allegedly sold for $350, a higher price of $1,000 was charged for personal details of...

Woolworths Debuts ‘Next Generation’ Store

Woolworths has unveiled the first in its “next generation” of stores featuring overhauled fresh food sections and an increased health range. The Woolworths at Warringah...

CBA Targets Chinese Visitors With Alipay Deal

Commonwealth Bank is pitching for more business from the growing number of Chinese tourists and students coming to Australia, with a new deal with...

Stan Expecting To Be Profitable When It Reaches 1 Million Subscribers

Up to 8 million Australian households will be subscribing to either Netflix or Stan in coming years, with the Australian-owned streaming service expecting to...

Supreme Court Asks Vijay Mallya To Disclose His Foreign Assets In A Month

The Supreme Court today directed beleaguered businessman Vijay Mallya to give complete details of his assets outside India in four weeks, saying it was...

What Led To His Ouster? Cyrus Mistry May Be A Victim Of Back-Seat Driving

Cyrus Mistry's intention of selling ailing steel maker Corus, Tata's so-called feather in the cap, was one reason for his ouster. Everything from management style,...

Children’s Clothing Retailer Pumpkin Patch Teetering

Struggling children's clothing retailer Pumpkin Patch, which has dozens of stores in Australia, is fighting for survival. The New Zealand-based company has entered a trading...

200,000 Jobs At Risk As Housing Boom Rolls Over, Morgan Stanley Research Shows

A slowdown in the housing industry and a glut in high rise apartments is putting 200,000 jobs at risk and could drive unemployment up...

How an Australian Masterchef Contestant Sarah Todd Opened Her Restaurant In India

What's Sarah Todd been doing since MasterChef? She just opened a restaurant in India - 6000 kilometres from home. Sarah Todd first shot to fame...

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