The Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS) has said that electric vehicle registrations have nearly doubled in the first half of 2020, however petrol powered vehicles
An Australian company has been fined $600,000 for publishing fake or misleading reviews on its platform by the competition watchdog. The Australian Competition and Consumer
The world’s largest private asset manager, BlackRock has said it has punished 53 companies for climate inaction in its portfolio, including some of the world’s
A new report has said that the removal of Jobseeker could see more than 650,000 pushed into poverty, as the government eyes a September end-date
A recently published study has found that the production of coconut oil is more destructive to native species than palm oil production. The numbers come
The city of Edmonton, Canada has announced plans to build the world’s largest airport solar farm, big enough to power more than 28,000 homes. The
The Australian Taxation Office has revealed it has rejected more than 6,500 applications for the JobKeeper program, adding that it will prosecute fraudulent applications. The
Elon Musk’s brainchild Tesla has become the world’s most valuable automotive manufacturer in the world after its share price hit a record high earlier today.
Swimwear brand Seafolly has entered voluntary administration as the “crippling financial impact” leaves the Australian brand reeling. The company has appointed Scott Langdon and Rahul
Qantas CEO, Alan Joyce, has said that the airline will cut 6,000 jobs as it struggles to recover in a post-COVID aviation sector. In addition,
A small Russian town located in the Arctic Circle has recorded temperatures of 38.3 degrees celsius, or 100.4 degrees Fahrenheit; the hottest ever recorded in the Arctic Circle.
Qantas has refunded customers on flights that were either cancelled or suspended due to COVID-19, shortly after the government called on the consumer watchdog to look for anti-competitive practices and monitor the domestic market.
Australia’s Fair Work Commission has confirmed that the minimum wage will be increased by just under 2% to $19.84, or around $753.80 for a full-time employee per week.
The move will make Carrefour the first major supermarket retailer to integrate its services with the Google Assistant, and is aimed at accelerating Carrefour’s eCommerce services and taking on the likes of Amazon.