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Wage theft: Coalition says tough new penalties won’t apply for ‘genuine mistakes’
3 days ago

Wage theft: Coalition says tough new penalties won’t apply for ‘genuine mistakes’

Tough new penalties for wage theft will be reserved for the most serious breaches to prevent employers being criminalised for “genuine mistakes”, Christian Porter has said.

On Thursday, the attorney …
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Melbourne petrol prices: The Saudi oil attacks aren’t to blame for price discrepancies
3 days ago

Melbourne petrol prices: The Saudi oil attacks aren’t to blame for price discrepancies

The drone attack on major Saudi oil facilities at the weekend has sparked fears petrol prices will spike.

Saudi Arabia produces five per cent of global oil and the attack …
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Petrol prices could hit $2 per litre if Middle East tensions escalate
3 days ago

Petrol prices could hit $2 per litre if Middle East tensions escalate

Economists have warned that under a worst-case scenario Australian petrol prices could hit $2 per litre, if tensions between the United States and Iran escalate into a full-blown war.

“A …
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Bids in for Puma Energy’s petrol stations, EG Group eyed
3 days ago

Bids in for Puma Energy’s petrol stations, EG Group eyed

Bankers are back at the bowser – this time for one of the country’s largest independent fuel retail chains Puma Energy.

Puma Energy’s owner, commodities trader Trafigura, finds itself under …
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Oil prices soar amid fears of war after drone strikes wipe out half of Saudi Arabia’s crude production
3 days ago

Oil prices soar amid fears of war after drone strikes wipe out half of Saudi Arabia’s crude production

Oil prices surged by almost 20 per cent on Monday after two drone attacks wiped out more than half of Saudi Arabia’s crude supply.

The price of Brent crude jumped by nearly 20 per cent …
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Australia well supplied for oil: Institute of Petroleum CEO
3 days ago

Australia well supplied for oil: Institute of Petroleum CEO

One of Australia’s peak petroleum bodies says the nation does not need its own strategic oil stock reserves, despite the bombing of several Saudi Arabian oil stations.

Energy Minister Angus …
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‘Fill her up, thanks’ – West Wollongong servo offers driveway service
1 week ago

‘Fill her up, thanks’ – West Wollongong servo offers driveway service

A petrol station along Crown Street has gone back in time to offer full driveway service.

Decades ago, motorists could stay in their car while an attendant pumped the petrol …
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Local servo closes doors to late-night trade
2 weeks ago

Local servo closes doors to late-night trade

A HOLD-UP hotspot in Bundaberg has closed its doors to late-night trading.

The United petrol station on Fe Walker St is no longer a 24-hour store, now closing between the …
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Caltex and Uber Eats to deliver ‘perfect night in’
2 weeks ago

Caltex and Uber Eats to deliver ‘perfect night in’

Caltex has launched a partnership with Uber Eats to deliver a “new level of convenience for Australians seeking the perfect night in”.

According to the P&C retailer, the new delivery …
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Caltex pitched $100m station site portfolio at developers
2 weeks ago

Caltex pitched $100m station site portfolio at developers

Fuel and convenience store retailer Caltex Australia has kicked off the sale of a $100 million-plus offering of 25 petrol stations as foreshadowed in its half-year results in August.

The …
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