Last week, Woolworths announced financial year 2014 first half sales increased 6.0% on the previous year. Sales for Q2 were $16.2 billion, a 5.9% increase over Q2 2013. Grant O’Brien, Woolworths CEO, said the sales result reflected their “four Strategic Priorities that have shaped our focus over the last two years.” The success of Woolworths’ […]
Alan Gray looks at an Australian business that takes a shift from offline, to offline and online, and finally, online only.
Nyngan and Broken Hill are to each have solar electricity projects expected to produce 360,000 megawatt hours per year, enough to service more than 50,000 average homes. The AGL contract for the two projects was won by Arizona company, First Solar, Inc., awarding the framing manufacture and construction to Geelong’s IXL Group. The utility-scale solar […]
In a press release issued today and shared out to their candidates’ mailing lists, the federal Coalition added a new election promise, to help regional, remote and outer metropolitan communities get better mobile phone coverage. The Coalition says they will provide $100 million to fix many of the mobile phone black spots that are all […]
Everyone is Queanbeyan knows Glenn Lazarus, a local Queanbeyan boy. Last week, he came back from Queensland for the election campaign launch of Dean Lynch, standing for Eden-Monaro as a Palmer United Party Candidate. Lazarus is the lead Senate candidate for Queensland, with the Palmer United Party. After the launch and interviews by local TV […]