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Prime Minister Feels Sad for Business Community, Promises More Help

CANBERRA, Australia – Australian Prime Minister Scott John Morrison expressed his profound sadness over the current plight of the business ventures in the country. On Sunday, Australia’s head of government ordered plenty of domestic businesses to shut down their operations temporarily. This mandate takes effect from midday today. Plus, it primarily aims to fight the intensification of coronavirus cases. Morrison …

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Australian Prime Minister Orders Nationwide Lock-Down

Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison orders a partial lock-down across the country starting midday tomorrow, Monday. On Sunday, the PM met with the National Cabinet – composing of territory and state leaders – to talk over measures to curb the spread of coronavirus as cases rose to 1,354. These new rules follow after most Australians continue to ignore instructions for …

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Professional indemnity insurance policies for businesses Australia

If you are owner of your company and you are offering services to the public based on your skills and personal knowledge then it is important that you have an insurance policy for your needs. This is very important especially when you are using your expertise and knowledge for carrying on your business. Moreover you will need to make sure …

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Small Business Owners: 4 Ways to Aid Staff in Market Crash

Some small business owners are following prominent business leaders in taking the helm and helping one of their most precious asset: their employees. Recently, Ted Leonsis, Monumental Sports & Entertainment founder, chairman, and CEO stood up in assisting his employees after the suspension of NHL and NBA seasons due to the pandemic. He, at the least, paid all his 500 …

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Australia’s Small Businesses Get Support from Government, Big Banks

CANBERRA, Australia – Australia’s Federal Treasurer Joshua Anthony Frydenberg has confirmed that the Commonwealth Government and the country’s banking sector will aid small businesses. The latter are local enterprises that the coronavirus pandemic has severely affected lately. Australian news outlet 9News reported that Frydenberg affirmed that a second stimulus from the Australian Government is coming. Moreover, the Treasurer of Australia …

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CEO Outlines Woolworths’ Sanitary Steps, Addresses Panic Buying

SYDNEY, Australia – Brad Banducci discussed the sanitary measures that Woolworths is taking as Australia fights the coronavirus pandemic. The chief executive officer of Woolworths Group, which operates the chain of grocery stores and supermarkets in the country, sent an e-mail to customers on Friday. Banducci confirmed that they are introducing new guidelines for their consumers, which will modify the …

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Qantas CEO Confirms Support from Employees after Layoffs Decision

SYDNEY, Australia – Alan Joyce has spoken regarding the subsequent reactions of the employees of Qantas Airways Limited. The chief executive officer of the official flag carrier of Australia affirmed that the staff members of the company had expressed their support for the latest stand-downs. Joyce cited that he received plenty of backing from the workers who said that they …

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Australian Housing Market May Crash in Coronavirus Recession

The Australian housing market has survived past economic disasters numerous times. With the RBA pouring support into the country’s financial system, will it be enough to save the real estate market from an impending market recession? On Thursday, the Reserve Bank of Australia has bought government bonds and provided a $90-billion funding facility for Australian banks to help curb the …

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Qantas Airways Stands Down Staff, Union Leaders Furious

Qantas Airways joined other major airlines in announcing a 2-month suspension of most of its international travels, beginning at the end of this month. The decision came after the Australian government urged citizens to forego any plans of overseas travel to curb the spread of the Covid-19 virus. However, along with this announcement, Australia’s flagship airline also earned the ire …

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KFC Australia Supports Contactless Services as Response to COVID-19

PERTH, Western Australia – KFC Australia has announced that it is supporting its customers to use multiple contactless ordering options in light of the coronavirus pandemic. Graham Maxwell issued a statement earlier this week. Business News Australia reported that the chief executive officer and managing director of Collins Foods Limited, which is the operator of KFC Australia, emphasized the company’s …