Business

Sat 20 Oct 2018

Bundy economy fizzing as $156m super brewery plan revealed

premium_icon Bundy economy fizzing as $156m super brewery plan revealed

Bundaberg Mayor Jack Dempsey: 'watch this space, more is yet to come'

400 ON WAY: All roads lead to Bundaberg for Caravanners

premium_icon 400 ON WAY: All roads lead to Bundaberg for Caravanners

Region set to benefit economically as state rally converges in Bundy.

Local energy retailer secures major US backing

premium_icon Local energy retailer secures major US backing

Local electricity retailer Locality Planning Energy has secured a funding partnership with US firm BlackRock.

Fri 19 Oct 2018

Terry White Group is being bought out

premium_icon Terry White Group is being bought out

AN iconic Qld pharmacy chain that began in the 1950s is set to be bought out, with the directors today announcing a deal with a New Zealand-based group.

Palmer’s nephew may face criminal charges: ASIC

premium_icon Palmer’s nephew may face criminal charges: ASIC

THE corporate watchdog has revealed this morning it is considering possible criminal offences against Clive Palmer’s fugitive nephew.

Scammer made a 'terrible mistake', then asks for $6000

Scammer made a 'terrible mistake', then asks for $6000

A MAN saying he was from Telstra called a Northern Rivers woman, saying he wanted to reimburse her money.

Max Brenner’s lifeline falls through

Max Brenner’s lifeline falls through

THE future of chocolate store Max Brenner has been thrown back into chaos just hours after claims it had been “saved”.

‘Perfect storm’ to collapse capital city house prices by 20%

‘Perfect storm’ to collapse capital city house prices by 20%

HOUSE prices could fall by 20 per cent as a “perfect storm” of factors combine to create a negative feedback loop.

Deadly mad cow disease hits UK again

Deadly mad cow disease hits UK again

LIFE-threatening mad cow disease has re-emerged in the UK for the first time in years.

Super brewery to bring 350 new jobs to region

premium_icon Super brewery to bring 350 new jobs to region

A NEW $156m brewery will bring at least 350 jobs to the region as Bundaberg Brewed Drinks expands to meet growing demand.

Hundreds of NAB staff sacked over breaches

premium_icon Hundreds of NAB staff sacked over breaches

UP to 300 employees have been sacked or left the National Australia Bank this year after being grilled about their conduct, as the royal commission exposes shocking...

Dad’s desperate plea to Woolies

Dad’s desperate plea to Woolies

A DAD has penned a desperate letter to Woolworths begging the supermarket to reverse a recent controversial decision.

Melbourne Cup in trouble for Qld as industry body strikes

premium_icon Melbourne Cup in trouble for Qld as industry body strikes

QUEENSLAND is facing a blackout of key race meetings at some of the state’s biggest racetracks on Melbourne Cup days after industry negotiations fell apart.

Commonwealth Games village future revealed

premium_icon Commonwealth Games village future revealed

THE future of the athletes village is to be home to up to 2500 people including academics, students, scientists, doctors and nurses.

Insurance scam twist in Qld builder collapse

premium_icon Insurance scam twist in Qld builder collapse

A COMPANY linked to allegations involving forged insurance certificates for almost 200 new homes in SA is a major creditor of a collapsed builder.

Negative super no reason to panic

premium_icon Negative super no reason to panic

VOLATILE moves in financial markets are sinking super fund returns, but superannuation remains most people’s longest-running investment and should be treated that...

ScoMo’s website taken over by troll

premium_icon ScoMo’s website taken over by troll

SCOTT Morrison’s website is blasting a lewd rock song titled ‘Scotty Doesn’t Know’ in an embarrassing gaffe after the Prime Minister forgot to renew his official...

Holden launches Captiva replacement - the flagship Acadia

Holden launches Captiva replacement - the flagship Acadia

The bold, boxy Acadia seven-seater is Holden’s first fair-dinkum attempt at appealing to the masses.

Why The Reject Shop fell apart

Why The Reject Shop fell apart

WE ALL love a bargain, but now one of our biggest discount chains is facing an uphill battle to survive. How on earth did it all go wrong?

Family business on the market after 70 years of service

premium_icon Family business on the market after 70 years of service

A MAINSTAY of the Maclean CBD for generations, a popular store is set to sell

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