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Pizza Hut Australia Pays $2.5 Million Penalty For Spam
Police Charge Youth Over Launceston Robbery
National study launched to better understand causes of Australian fashion waste
Irrawang High School performers crowned winners of inaugural Port Stephens Battle of the Arts
Best&Less does U-turn on deal to sign garment worker accord
Measles Case In Adelaide 11 April 2024
Luxottica Pays $1.5m Penalty For Spam Breaches
Good Neighbour Award Winners Announced
Measles Case In Adelaide
NSW Latest Measles Alert For Western Sydney 31 March
Youths Pay Price For Shoplifting In Hastings
Your face for sale: anyone can legally gather and market your facial data without explicit consent
Jobsupport Awards Ceremony
Outdoor Supacentre pays $300k penalty for spam breaches
One in ten employers providing unlimited annual leave
Hard line on dumped trolleys
Don’t Forget to Donate to Mayoress’ Giving Tree
Shoppers want Australian clothing brands to do better by garment workers, as industry doubles profits in a year: Oxfam’s fashion wake-up call
Career Pathways Pilot – Australian Network on Disability
New approach to disability employment sees outstanding results
New pilot program to drive career progression for people with disability
Residents urged to prep for disasters
Call for Donations to Mayoress’ Giving Tree
Kmart pays $1.3m penalty for spam breaches
Australians urged to be alert to rapidly rising employment scams
Target rewraps Christmas with 100% recyclable, plastic-free range
Turium.Ai Unveils Zebra: The World’s First Human AI Twin, Elevating Generative AI for Enterprises
Five ways stores can lure senior shoppers
Council acts on public toilet concerns at Kmart Bairnsdale 
The Capital to stage ground-breaking performance about inclusion
Goulburn Mulwaree Library heads to Goulburn Square
Traditions on display at NAIDOC celebration
Quiet Hour to be rolled out in Service Centres across NSW
Best&Less refuse to sign key accord for workers’ safety on 10-year anniversary of factory collapse
Australia’s first all-female founded business marketplace addresses Australian consumer trends
Brighten Someone’s Christmas with Mayoress’ Giving Tree
Clothing retailing industry must share $1 billion profits with garment workers who help generate them
We know sweatshop clothing is bad – and buy it anyway
Redeem points for Flybuys dollars at Officeworks
Trolley collection business penalised
Town squares or dead malls? future of Australia’s shopping centres
Queensland renewable energy to power Westfield centres
OAIC opens investigations into Bunnings and Kmart
Lawyers must adapt to age of digitalisation
Inner West calls for facial recognition to be withdrawn from local stores
Concern over Kmart, Bunnings, The Good Guys using facial recognition technology
Oxfam campaign sees Myer make first public commitment to payment of living wage for garment workers