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How shopping centres came to reflect the generation gap

How shopping centres came to reflect the generation gap

Hordes of young people, often overseas visitors, walk around Chadstone as though it’s the Viennese memory that father of the shopping mall Victor Gruen intended.

Fashionable and aggressive: why Zara will test local retailers

Fashionable and aggressive: why Zara will test local retailers

World-famous fast-fashion chain Zara has finally opened the doors on its first Australian store in Sydney's Pitt Street Mall. Its aggressive pricing and business model will test local retailers, says Smart Company's James Thomson.

Crikey Says

Crikey Says

Sitting comfortably Mr Rudd? Across the books yet Mr Swan? Could be quite a year ahead.

Brough’s takeover targets: a shopping mall, a car yard, a pipeline …

Brough’s takeover targets: a shopping mall, a car yard, a pipeline …

Earlier this year, Aboriginal MP Karl Hampton opened extensions to the Yeperenye shopping centre. The trouble with this shopping centre, for people like Mr Brough, is that it is owned by Aboriginal people, writes Henri Ivrey.

Let a little more law and order be seen

Let a little more law and order be seen

Security is an issue where the public still believes John Howard can do a better job than Kevin Rudd. So think globally and keep warning the people about international terrorism. Just don’t forget to act locally.