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Billionaire pokies mogul Bruce Mathieson (Image: AAP/Tracey Nearmy)

Woolworths under the pump again for dodgy pokies practices

Woolworth's management has consistently said there is nothing wrong with this side of its business. It's time it changed its mind.

Chief Minister of the Northern Territory Michael Gunner speaking to media ahead of the Council of Australian Governments (COAG) meeting at Bankwest Stadium in Sydney, on Friday, March 13, 2020. (AAP Image/James Gourley)

Will the NT close its borders?

Good morning, early birds. Indigenous health groups want Defence to contain the Northern Territory and Central Australia, and the big banks and the government are negotiating a multi-billion-dollar business rescue package. It's the news you need to know, with Chris Woods.

Victorian Premier Daniel Andrews declared a state of emergency. (Image: AAP/David Crosling)

Virus Watch: Australia considers lockdown, Italians sing from quarantine

Victoria has declared a state of emergency. Will other states now follow?

Rupert Murdoch

It’s time advertisers pulled the plug on News Corp

Surely at some point a major advertiser will have the guts to take a stand.

David Littleproud (Image: AAP/Mick Tsikas)

Coles criticism prompts David Littleproud to check his paperwork

An enquiry from Crikey leads to a hasty amendment to a certain minister's register of interests...

BREAKING: outrageous story proves to be less so on closer inspection

Don’t get mad online — that’s just what they want you to do.

Woolworths CEO Brad Banducci (Image: AAP/David Moir)

Wage theft is because of complex awards? Yeah right.

Businesses insists award complexity is why they repeatedly underpay their workers. The facts show otherwise.

A consumer guide to Australian monopolies

From supermarkets to human services, these industries don't suffer competition — and Australians are paying the price.

A picture from the Ooshie waste awareness campaign 'Future Landfill' (Image: Future Landfill)

How many Ooshies will the Ooshie-smooshers smoosh?

Promising that Ooshies can be recycled has helped Woolworths make a lot of money off its latest child-bribery campaign. But what are the chances that they actually will be?

(Image: AAP/Joel Carrett)

Will Woolworths’ ALH pokies scandal hurt its ‘fresh food’ brand?

Shoppers feeling outraged and translating that into concrete actions are two very different things. 

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