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FuelWatch reveal Perth’s cheapest petrol prices before weekly fuel hike – PerthNow

Motorists are being urged to avoid the weekly petrol price hike by visiting the bowser tonight, with fuel prices set to rocket above $1 per litre tomorrow.

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Perth motorists are being urged to fill up tonight to avoid the weekly petrol price rise, as the average cost fuel is set to rise above the $1 per litre mark tomorrow.
The average price of regular u…

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Solomon Lew’s ‘Midas touch’ infuriates landlords – The Australian Financial Review

Solomon Lew’s refusal to pay rent on shuttered stores while using JobKeeper subsidies to slash costs has enraged fellow billionaires.

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“He is trying to make out he is representing small retailers but hes not. He is disrupting the general view and he is distorting…

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Woolworths, Coles: Deli counters disappearing from some stores – NEWS.com.au

Woolworths, Coles: Deli counters disappearing from some stores

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Lined up along one side of the fresh food department at the Woolworths store in Green Square, a suburb nestled halfway between Sydneys CBD and the airport, is a wall of fridges. They are filled with packs of Primo ham, tubs of olives and Tassal salmon.
But look closer; the cabinets are hiding something. Behind the wall of cheese and meats is the old manned deli counter. Still visible is the tiled white walls and spotless metal benches where fistfuls of honey roast ham or slabs of feta, all port…

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Sydney Uni reveals tens of millions in staff underpayments – Sydney Morning Herald

The underpayments could cost the university more than $30 million as it grapples with big financial losses due to COVID-19.

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Dr Spence said the university commissioned a payroll review after underpayments were identified at big corporations, such as Woolworths, last year.
“Precise details of the total number of staff affected and the extent of underpayments are still to be determined, however, based on our preliminary review, we expect that the total amount involved will be less than 0.5 per cent of our annual payroll cycle,” he wrote.
“Analysis to date indicates that salaried staff who do not attract overtime are n…

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