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Businesses get extension for instant asset write-off

The government says the extension will help those which have been hit by supply chain delays caused by the pandemic.

How a tightening of wallets pushed Australia into recession

Treasurer Josh Frydenberg described Australia as “on the edge of the cliff” in the March quarter, facing “an economist’s...

Making a splash in vodka drinks

Splash Vodka is the latest natural and locally made alcoholic beverage to hit the market, with a familiar face behind th...

Why flour is still missing from supermarket shelves

Availability of most goods has returned to normal, so why are there flour shortages from Europe to the United States and...

What defines casual work? Federal Court ruling highlights a fundamental flaw in Australian labour law

The decision has been attacked by employer groups for allowing casual workers to “double dip”.

Henry Blooms reports high demand for immunity products driven by virus

Head of product development shares how the company's sales were impacted by COVID-19 and discusses the decision to launc...

Forget work-life balance – it’s all about integration in the age of COVID-19

OPINION: COVID-19 has dramatically changed personal and work dynamics, and we need to stop thinking of work-time and hom...

The paradox of social distancing: We’ve grown closer to co-workers during the coronavirus pandemic

"Ultimately, it is the human connection that will get us through this pandemic."

China might well refuse to take our barley, and there would be little we could do

OPINION: China will remain an irreplaceable Australian customer meaning it would be neither possible nor wise for Austra...

Different Drop doubles estimates on boutique wine sales

Different Drop has hired wine reps and restaurant staff who have lost their jobs to assist with the increased sales volu...

Five workplace trends will shape life after lockdown

The jobs landscape is seeing the biggest remote work movement in history.

Coronavirus hasn’t killed globalisation – it proves why we need it

OPINION: People around the world have many needs and aspirations in commonare that are best fulfilled when world leaders...

The Bae Juice journey: From Soju in South Korea to breaking into Australian retail

Bae Juice founder Tim O’Sullivan shares how a trip to South Korea, and a love for Soju and beer inspired the creation o...

Retail innovations during COVID-19 that will change the industry as we know it

FMCG retailers have had to transform traditional operations rapidly, dealing with changed stock demands, in-store hygien...

Goodbye to the crowded office: how coronavirus will change the way we work together

Staggered shifts, enforced flexitime, and 24/7 operations may become the norm, along with working remotely.

Spice girl: Anjum Anand on finding the right time to introduce an Indian range to Australian consumers

The Spice Tailor co-founder shares why she was advised not to create her own Indian spice range, and why she did it anyw...

Karst to the Rescue

With the low supply of hand sanitisers in the market, Karst is meeting that need through a collaboration with Rescue.

What is Dalgona coffee? The whipped coffee trend taking over the internet during coronavirus isolation

According to Google Trends, “Dalgona coffee” has become the most searched type of coffee worldwide.

Don’t panic: Australia has truly excellent food security

Australia ranks among the most food secure nations in the world, and is in the top 10 countries for food affordability a...

The next employment challenge from coronavirus: how to help the young

The young are always hardest hit during economic downturns – needing to make the transition from education to work at a ...