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William Jordanou

A FORMER professional poker player will spend at least nine years in a Victorian jail after scamming the Commonwealth Bank of nearly $58 million in a fraud of “breathtaking proportions”. William Jordanou, 60, was slammed by County Court of Victoria Judge Paul Lacava on Thursday for causing delay in the …

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Domino’s pizza

ONE week in early June, coinciding with a blast of cold weather and a weekday evening State of Origin match, Domino’s hit a milestone. For the first time in a single week, two million pizzas and other dishes were ordered from the Australian-owned company. Almost one in three pizzas ordered …

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Baby formula Australia

BABY formula has become so precious in Australia that groups of men — dressed as tradies — are raiding stores and stealing up to 10 tins in one hit. Professional thief catcher Shane Windred has captured the brazen acts on CCTV in stores across Sydney and said he believes those …

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Coles, Woolworths

SUPERMARKET giant Coles and Westpac bank have become the latest big companies to pitch in to help farmers suffering from ongoing drought conditions. Woolies has also jumped on board, pledging to donate a day’s profits to drought relief. Farmers are struggling as 100 per cent of NSW is impacted by …

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Coles plastic bag ban

OPINION SO, AFTER years of planning, months of publicity, and weeks of having to cope without single-use plastic bags, it has come to this. With Coles’ backflip on its own bag ban announced today, we’ve found ourselves in a position where it would have actually have been better for the …

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Uber Eats, Menulog

HEAD onto the Foodora Australia website today and it’s as bright and breezy as ever. The lurid pink hue jumps out and, at the top of the page, a message still pops up asking for people to join the “Foodora courier team”. But no one’s going to be signing up …

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