At an estimated cost of $82m, it is expected to process 14,000 parcels per hour.
The department store chain has returned to profit thanks in large part to soaring demand from locked-down online shoppers.
The pharmacy network has backed a $1.55-a-share offer that adds 17¢ to Wesfarmers’ opening offer two months ago.
A children's product stocked at Target stores across Australia has been urgently recalled over concerns it could cause injury.
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The State Government-owned refiner says demand for minted products during COVID-19 was the strongest in its 122-year history.
Shares of Crocs soared to a record high after the footwear retailer said it expects its revenue to climb to more than $US5 billion ($6.8b) by 2026.
Janet Freund and Augusta Saraiva
The ACCC has flagged a listeria contamination in 250g vacuum bags of ham sold in IGA stores in two states.
Consumer spending on video game hardware, content and accessories hit a record high last month, alleviating concerns that the pandemic boost in gaming would wane with economic re-openings.
Not since Krispy Kreme opened its first Perth outlet in 2014 has the arrival of a new fast-food player generated this much excitement.
Brisbane petrol stations are selling unleaded fuel for a shocking amount as rising US oil prices help send bowser bills to multi-month highs.
The hardware juggernaut plans to roll out up to 75 professional tool stores over the next three to five years, with the first to open in Perth next month.
The WA recruitment push for 400 new workers is part of plans by the retailers to hire an extra 4400 people across Australia over summer.
Facebook has unveiled its long-awaited smart glasses called Ray-Ban Stories, entering a nascent wearables market with a focus on capturing photos rather than augmented reality.
Mark Gurman and Naomi Nix
Four years ago, the Byron Bay business was critical of others selling out to big brewers. Now it’s doing the same in a deal reportedly worth up to $500 million.
Lululemon shares have jumped after reporting sales that exceeded expectations during the extended work-from-home period in the US.
Jonathan Roeder and Jordyn Holman
A David and Goliath battle has erupted in Jolimont, with a four-storey Bunnings proposed for a site next to a retirement home.
Planes are relatively few and far between at Perth Airport amid the hard border but its property portfolio is flying high with plans for a neighbourhood shopping centre.
D’Orsogna says production should be increasing in the lead up to Christmas, instead it must operate with 20 per cent fewer workers at its Melbourne facility because of COVID restrictions.
Wesfarmers boss Rob Scott has expressed serious concern at low vaccination rates in WA and worries complacency about the closed border keeping the community safe is compounding the problem.
Bunnings stores will reopen across Greater Sydney from Monday, but its doors will remain closed to the general public in council areas of concern.
Australia Post is struggling to send out a record number of parcels, with hundreds of staff now in isolation due to Covid-19.
The fashion giant behind popular brands including Noni B has closed 288 stores since the pandemic began and doubled its profits.
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An everyday item is now banned from supermarkets and food retailers across one Australian state.
Love them or hate them, a unique shoe is at the centre of a trademark war between a US footwear giant and an Aussie retailer.
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