Despite the best hopes of our financial institutions, lowered interest rates and tax cuts are not pushing Aussies to spend. Barry Urquhart is with us to talk about what’s happening and why it’s different from other spending downturns.
Former Sydney Swans star Matthew Nicks has been appointed the new senior coach of the Adelaide Crows, taking over from Don Pyke who step down last month. Nicks made his AFL debut in 1996 & played a total of 175 games with the Swans. He retired from football in 2005 after prolonged struggles with injury […]
Defence Minister Linda Reynolds says she has to act in the national interest when it comes to assigning the contracts for the maintenance of the Collins-Class submarines. Ms Reynolds also advised the state government that it should spend less money on ship maintenance advertising and more money on upgrading Henderson shipyard. Linda Reynolds discussed the […]
The co-owner of Northbridge small bar has welcomed news they’ve managed to secure a long-term lease – after almost a year of uncertainty. The State Government was criticised after seeking expressions of interest for the venue last year – giving the current owners less than a month to leave. That sparked a campaign to Save […]
Bunnings is set to sell white goods, home entertainment and indoor furniture, but through an online portal instead of in store. Finance expert Scott Phillips from Motley Fool says Bunnings is onto a winner and with the introduction of Amazon in Australia, they need to target the online market. But what Steve and Baz wanted […]
All small business owners are trying to find their niche and build a loyal customer base, but one Northern suburbs business has done that and more, it’s become a community hub drawing people from all over the city, and the state! Janet Collins started her Wangara quilting shop, From the First Stitch to the Last, […]