On Tuesday 23 March it will be 12 months since Prime Minister Scott Morrison placed the whole of Australia in lockdown, we look back at what has happened since then.
Industry associations have largely welcomed the measures set down by the Treasurer to stimulate business.
Treasurer Josh Frydenberg last night set out the Government’s plans for a business-led recovery with tax relief and business incentives to help drive jobs and stimulate the economy.
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Lion has told customers it will not pass on the August price rise from the CPI increase.
As governments, regulators and associations look to stimulate the economy in the face of COVID-19, there is some good news, with temporary measures to help small businesses.
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In a bid to soften the economic impact of the COVID-19 pandemic the Federal Government has announced a $17.6bn stimulus package with cash injections for small and medium-sized businesses.
Woolworths has reported on its first half with increased sales and EBIT for both the group and EDG, but costs related to its underpayment of staff have increased.
The revival of Sydney’s night time economy starts tomorrow when lockout laws for Sydney’s CBD are lifted.