Other restrictions likely to lifted or eased on Sunday are those related to social and family gatherings in outdoor settings, such as the number of people you can have at a picnic.
While Premier Daniel Andrews confirmed this week that golf clubhouses won’t be reopening, he promised that the government would try to allow people to start doing the things they love, which could signal the return of outdoor sports like tennis and golf.
Picnics with up to 10 people could soon be a reality, meaning …
Aldi Special Buys brings back popular $99 pre-lit Christmas tree – NEWS.com.au
Aldi Special Buys brings back popular $99 pre-lit Christmas tree
It might still be too early to put up the Christmas tree but it hasnt stopped Aldi from bringing back one of its most popular festive-themed Special Buys.The discount supermarket chain will again be selling its $99 pre-lit Christmas tree that has consistently sold out in previous years.
At 2.13 metres and with lights already attached it’s a bargain, with mums previously labelling it the “best $100 I’ve spent”.
The tree will hit Aldi stores on November 4 but has already created a buzz on Facebook…
‘Crazy’: Shoppers react as Kmart implements booking system ahead of retail reopening in Melbourne – 7NEWS.com.au
The system is set to limit the number of customers allowed in a store at one time.
Melburnians wanting to shop at Kmart stores from Wednesday will have to book their place in-store online.
From Wednesday, retail will be back in Melbourne as the city comes out of lockdown.
And much like with restaurant bookings, anyone wanting to visit a Kmart store will be made to reserve a spot, ensuring customer limits in-store are maintained.
The popular department store has launched an online system that allows shoppers to book themselves in for a visit.
Upon visiting the website, shoppers…
ANZ reports $528m hit to earnings as customer payout costs rise – Sydney Morning Herald
ANZ is the third major bank to announce a hit to earnings in the past week, raising eyebrows among some analysts.
Westpac reported the largest hit to earnings, flagging $1.2 billion made up by write-downs across its insurance businesses, a growing remediation bill and the $400 million expanded provision needed to pay for the penalty related to the legal case by AUSTRAC over breaches of anti-money laundering laws.
Evans and Partners banking analyst Matt Wilson said the big banks were trying to maximise their write-downs so they could boost profits next year, as the Australian Prudential Regulation Authority…
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