The home fragrance retailer is the latest to report a sales surge, as the pandemic-driven focus on home sprucing continues.
Rebecca Le May
The grocery giant has applied for development approval to replace the northern suburbs site with a supermarket, liquor store, cafe and shops.
Straws and bags are among the items in the firing line.
Australian households are set to keep driving the economy’s recovery — even without JobKeeper — as Westpac’s measure of consumer sentiment hits an 11-year high
The number of businesses deciding to close their doors is increasing as they concede they are no longer viable after government support measures during the COVID-19 recession were wound up.
Bunnings and Mitre 10 are continuing to gain digital mileage as consumers continue to spend more time improving homes and grooming backyards in their free time.
A remote WA fuel station has shut off all diesel browsers over contamination concerns after motorists reported breakdowns following pit stops at the Eucla Caltex.
Caitlyn Rintoul and Amber Lilley
Shoppers keep flocking to buy now, pay later services, with the provider that signed up JB Fi-Fi and The Good Guys breaking transaction records.
Nearly 17,000 vehicles in a popular range of luxury cars have been recalled due to manufacturer fears they could burst into flames.
Fast food giant Domino’s is going on hiring spree across Australia, looking for 2500 more workers to join its stores. See where the jobs are.
Australia Post has appointed Woolworths executive Paul Graham as its new chief executive, five months after Christine Holgate quit.
Shoppers will be the big winners if Coles’ relaunched ‘Down Down’ campaign sparks a price war with rival supermarket giant Woolworths.
Coles is bringing back its popular bulk-buy products and slashing prices on more than 250 goods. See a list of their top bargains.
Investors in Westfield shopping centre owner Scentre Group have cast a sizeable vote against executive pay at its annual general meeting.
There’s greater market share to be had for Beaumont Tiles, with research indicating 37 per cent of homeowners plan to renovate in the next 12 months.
E-commerce is becoming increasingly important to WA businesses as they seek to survive and thrive in a world trying to emerge from the COVID-19 crisis.
Melbourne-based Cettire’s shares added nearly 200 per cent in the March quarter as WA companies including NRW Holdings and Perenti Global nursed big losses.
Easter is a popular time to eat seafood, and with the cost of crayfish halving, menus are about to get far more decadent.
A long-awaited Coles may soon be a reality with the supermarket giant promising a massive $19.4 million, ‘shovel-ready’ project with childcare centre and gym could be open in a year.
Where there was despair, there is now optimism that wine will once again flow from the rejuvenated vines on one of Australia’s most important vineyards.
AGL Energy plans to split into two separate businesses as increased renewables generation upends the nation’s electricity landscape.
Shares in Australia’s biggest winemaker Treasury Wine Estates have so far survived a big investor sell-off after China formalised a tariff of 175.6 per cent on the company.
Legendary menswear retailer Tony Barlow has returned to Hay St in the city, nearly 18 months after declaring the CBD was dying.
There will be a steady flow of WA businesses going into receivership once JobKeeper ends on Sunday, according to local advisors.
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