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Woolworths urged to prepare for coming grocery price war
4 years ago

Woolworths urged to prepare for coming grocery price war

Woolworths has been urged to dump grocery price promotions such as Cheap Cheap in favour of deeper cuts to everyday prices and fewer, deeper weekly specials to limit the damage …
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BP shares in focus as group brings forward Aussie refinery closure

BP Plc (LON:BP) plans to cease production at a refinery in Queensland in Australia next month, ahead of a previously announced schedule, Reuters has reported. BP’s share price has been …
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BP turns to Caltex for supplies after Bulwer Island closure
4 years ago

BP turns to Caltex for supplies after Bulwer Island closure

BP is to boost the sourcing of oil products from rival Caltex following its decision to close its Brisbane refinery at Bulwer Island.

The refinery, which has the capacity to …
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New Coke Life brand lifts CC Amatil’s Easter sales

Coca-Cola Amatil’s supermarket sales have had a shot in the arm with the introduction over the long weekend of Coke Life, the franchise’s first new brand in a decade.

Early …
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Crude oil surges, Saudis raise some prices

Oil jumped to the highest level in more than a week after Saudi Arabia raised prices for crude shipments to Asia, as demand from refineries improved.

Futures surged as …
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Harper Competition Review recommends shake-up of road funding to make it fairer for country drivers

Regional drivers could contribute less toward road construction and maintenance if congestion charges were applied to city road users, according to a suggestion of the Harper Competition Policy Review.


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Cross-dresser robs Vic petrol station with fake machine gun

A man has pulled off an unusual petrol station robbery dressed as a woman and brandishing a fake machine gun, Victorian Police say. 

Detectives from the Brimbank Crime Investigation Unit …
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Harper review: Revamp ‘doesn’t hold much for small business’

The inclusion of an “effects test” in competition law to catch out big companies that misuse their market power will not lead to more cases, empower small business or cut …
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Where are our beer caves? Convenience stores want US-style alcohol sales

US retailing giant Costco is appealing a court decision blocking it from selling alcohol at its new Adelaide store, as the government is urged to review restrictions on supermarkets.

Australia’s …
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Want to drive from Melbourne to Sydney without a drop of petrol?

The Federal Government has backed a plan to build a “hydrogen superhighway” between Melbourne and Sydney via the nation’s capital, Canberra.

At the unveiling of Australia’s first hydrogen refuelling pump …
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