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Petrol station going to need a few weeks to pass on price change it took a few minutes to pass on last month
"We can't just change prices at the drop of a hat!"
Starbucks to punish Russians by continuing to operate all 130 Russian stores
“We’ll continue to subject Russians to our Pumpkin-Spiced Lattes”
Optus announces new $50m clay target shooting range at Sydney headquarters
"It's great to have Gladys on board too"
Harvey Norman wins $1 billion contract to fix Great Barrier Reef
"No interest, no deposit, nothing to pay for 60 months"
Nation’s meth lab operators support PM’s call to “get government out of people’s lives”
"It makes sense for us to take responsibility for our own affairs"
landfill
Innovative new shopping service allows customers to send Christmas gifts directly to landfill
"Cut out the middle man"
Hallmark releases ‘Happy Holidays’ cards, just to fuck with Sky News presenters
Sky News has put all regular programming on hold to discuss the issue.
Can-do capitalism: an explainer
It uses an advanced form of resource allocation known as ‘corruption’
News Corp posts $61m loss, announces plans to sell off Australian Government
Gina Rinehart and Clive Palmer – who already own the National Party – have expressed interest in increasing their overall share
News Corp Calls For Urgent Action On Y2K Bug
“Y2K is starting to become a real concern for our readers"
Lockdown Announced In Byron Bay, Healing Crystals Already Sold Out
"People have been panic-buying the essentials"
Christine Holgate To Receive $1 Million From Australia Post, Will Be Left In Safe Place If No-One Home
"Your $1 million employment termination payout is arriving today"
Coalition Agrees To Give $300 To Gerry Harvey For Every Australian Vaccinated
“Incentives are good, but they need to be properly targeted"
Jeff Bezos Relishes New Opportunity To Look Down On His Workers
“They seem so tiny and insignificant,” Bezos said of his workers last year.
Kevin Rudd In Talks With Kleenex CEO To Secure 10 Million More Bog Rolls
“While the rest of the world is getting on with having a proper 3-ply wipe, we’ve got people in South West Sydney forced to use last week’s edition of The Daily Telegraph. Notwithstanding the fact that this may well improve the journalistic standards of the paper, it’s not great on your bum”