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‘I’ve never seen it like this’: why vegetables are so expensive in Australia at the moment | Food

$11.50 for a kilogram of broccoli. $8 a bunch for fresh celery. The price of some vegetables in Australia has gone up considerably recently. These price increases have led many people to take to social media, accusing major supermarkets and independent retailers of profiteering and price gouging at a time of crisis. However, Shaun Lindhe, …

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As Australia closes all cinemas, China reopens 500 venues | Film

China’s cinemas are gradually opening once more for business across the country, although ticket sales remain slow. As the coronavirus outbreak begins signs of receding, more than 500 screens – of the country’s 70,000 – are once again showing films. As of Monday, 507 cinemas were open – about 5% of China’s total – mostly …

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Several people injured in Parramatta Westfield Christmas giveaway crowd crush | Australia news

Five people were taken to hospital overnight after a pre-Christmas balloon drop at a Sydney shopping centre went awry. Police say a number of people were knocked over and injured when the crowd surged as the prize-filled balloons dropped from the ceiling during Westfield Parramatta’s “mega balloon drop” at midnight. “They were at that location …

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Amazon Australia signs up Zip Co buy now, pay later service, Retail News, ET Retail

By Nikhil Nainan Amazon Inc’s Australia unit has signed up Zip Co Ltd to offer its buy now, pay later (BNPL) service on the U.S. giant’s local retail website, sending shares in Zip soaring by more than 20%. The deal with the world’s biggest retailer is a massive boost for Sydney-based Zip, a relatively small …

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Bankers miss out on $35m payday as Latitude Financial’s $3.2bn IPO collapses | Australia news

One of the year’s most-hyped share market floats, the $3.2bn Latitude Financial IPO, has failed after superannuation funds led by the nation’s biggest, Australian Super, decided not to purchase shares in the company. Latitude, a lender which is part-owned by private equity group KKR and helmed by controversial businessman Ahmed Fahour, decided to yank the …

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