Metricon CEO denies rumours of company’s collapse

The CEO of a major building giant rumored to be on the brink of collapse has fronted the media and made a strong claim. The CEO of a major building giant rumored to be on the brink of collapse has fronted the media and strongly denied those claims. On Thursday, acting CEO of Metricon Peter … Read more

Liberty petrol station and Guzman y Gomez coming to Stuart Hwy

A NEW Liberty petrol station with a Mexican fast food outlet attached will open in Stuart Park. CONSTRUCTION has started on a new service station and fast food outlet at an abandoned caryard in Stuart Park. Independent fuel supplier Liberty is building the $12m service station and kitchen with in-house seating as well as Guzman … Read more

Woolworths ramps up deodorant can security amid kids abusing the products

The supermarket is rolling out a strict new security measure in stores in a bid to tackle a rising health issue sweeping Australia. A video showing an everyday item locked up in a glass security cabinet in Woolworths has gone viral as Australians praise the supermarket for taking steps to prevent a rising health crisis … Read more

Brownlow medallist Tom Mitchell will return for Hawthorn against Brisbane in his familiar midfield role

Hawthorn will welcome a “more vibrant” Tom Mitchell back into the team – and the center bounce – against Brisbane on Sunday after he struggled with his health for several weeks. The Hawks finally pulled the trigger and gave the 2018 Brownlow medallist last week off to recover fully after he amassed a modest 14 … Read more

Metricon customer concerned over $30k deposit amid company’s crisis talks

A NSW mum-of-six is ​​worried her $580,000 dream home is in jeopardy after hearing that her construction company, Metricon, has entered crisis talks. Customers at Australia’s largest construction firm are getting skittish after reports emerged that the building company has entered crisis talks and may be on the brink of collapse. On Wednesday night, the … Read more

Australia’s top 10 most polluted postcodes named

An environmental organization has named the 10 most polluted postcodes in Australia after analyzing emissions data from some of the country’s biggest air polluters. The Australian Conservation Foundation (ACF) did a deep dive into the National Pollutant Inventory, which contains emission data reported by power stations, mines and manufacturing plants around the country. In order … Read more

Warning: Doctors’ urgent ‘flurona’ message for parents

Health authorities are urging parents to book young children in for flu shots as Queensland braces for a triple surge of influenza, Covid and the common cold. In just one week, cases have skyrocketed by 130 per cent from 1,848 to 4,282, while infection rates among children pile up as influenza and Covid team up … Read more

Detection dogs snif out koala droppings to help save species

Koala poo is being sniffed out by detection dogs to help experts understand how the marsupials are recovering from the Black Summer bushfires. A team of five dogs has been deployed to track down koala scat, providing samples for experts to examine the eucalyptus tree dwellers’ health by looking at hormone levels, gut microbiome and … Read more

Scott Morrison tackles junior soccer player video, reaction

Scott Morrison accidentally flattening a junior soccer player has become the most controversial moment of the election campaign. Scott Morrison accidentally provided the most memorable moment of the election campaign by sensationally wiping out a small child while playing soccer in Tasmania. The Prime Minister was playing a training game with kids at the home … Read more