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Manufacturing expands on food and beverage orders

Manufacturing slowly lifts from the depths in April and May when COVID-19 restrictions were imposed.

Small firms get timely July 1 tax cuts

From Wednesday, the corporate tax rate for businesses with an annual turnover of under $50 million will be reduced.

Bottle shop spending up 42pct: CBA

Spending on both food and alcohol last week was up 19 per cent compared to a year earlier, according to a Commonwealth Bank report.

Fruit and forestry get fire recovery cash

The federal government announces sector-specific grants programs to support vineyards and apple growers struck by the fires.

E-cigarette import ban set to continue

TGA considers amendment to Poisons Standard which would mean vaporiser nicotine products would require a valid prescription.

Smartphone device can detect toxic drinks

Currently, the only way to test for methanol is in a laboratory performing expensive and slow liquid chromatography.

Marmite shortage blamed on low supply of yeast

As a temporary measure Marmite has stopped production of all sizes apart from its 250g size jar.

Treasurer extends instant asset write-off

Frydenberg hopes the scheme will help businesses grow and invest as they prepare to emerge from the Coronavirus pandemic.

COVID-19 lockdown drives sales of DIY beauty products

Online retailer Adore Beauty saw a 113 per cent increase in sales of tools typically used by beauticians.

Caltex Australia officially renamed Ampol

A legendary Australian brand is back in business.