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Woolworths, Coles: Deli counters disappearing from some stores – NEWS.com.au

Woolworths, Coles: Deli counters disappearing from some stores

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Lined up along one side of the fresh food department at the Woolworths store in Green Square, a suburb nestled halfway between Sydneys CBD and the airport, is a wall of fridges. They are filled with packs of Primo ham, tubs of olives and Tassal salmon.
But look closer; the cabinets are hiding something. Behind the wall of cheese and meats is the old manned deli counter. Still visible is the tiled white walls and spotless metal benches where fistfuls of honey roast ham or slabs of feta, all port…

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Workout Meals: The $12m business started by two Sydneysiders with just $700 each – NEWS.com.au

Workout Meals: The $12m business started by two Sydneysiders with just $700 each

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If you were to pick a bloke to found and run an multimillion-dollar ready meals business, it probably wouldnt be Sydneysider Tomi Jurlina. “I’m a terrible chef,” he confides to news.com.au. “My wife literally never eats my food. She even sends my toast back because I can’t butter it properly.
“My partner Dean has much better tastebuds than me – he knows what people like to eat.”
Mr Jurlina’s lack of prowess in the kitchen hasn’t stopped the business he co-founded with Dean Deakin become a succ…

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‘The nail in the coffin’: Eased road map no relief for businesses – Sydney Morning Herald

Business owners and industry groups say Victoria’s new road map out of COVID-19 lock down is still too slow.

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“Ive just come to terms with being disappointed with the announcements,” Mr Westfield said. “The…

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Negative interest rates: Bank of England policymaker defends plan – BBC News

Silvana Tenreyro said evidence from countries that have introduced the policy was “encouraging”.

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A Bank of England (BoE) policymaker has defended the potential use of negative interest rates, which could take the cost of borrowing below zero.
Silvana Tenreyro told the Sunday Telegraph that evidence from other countries was “encouraging”.
On Tuesday, the BoE governor played down the prospect of taking rates below zero, insisting it just needed to make sure it could do so if needed.
The Bank has so far responded to the pandemic by cutting rates to just 0.1%.

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