Sarah Whyte Coles has admitted that only a third of its stores in Australia bake bread from scratch, despite claiming their products are ''baked today, sold today''.
Sarah Whyte, Esther Han and Laura House Coles supermarkets are selling bakery goods as ''freshly baked'' even though they were made up to six months earlier in Europe.
Sarah Whyte Gourmet bread that Coles said was ''baked today, sold today'' was made in Ireland, the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission has alleged in the Federal Court.
Sarah Whyte The federal government says it will make ''every effort'' to stop people selling their additional 2015 Anzac Day ballot tickets online, but was unable to outline what the measures would be.
Sarah Whyte It is cheaper to send a small parcel from London to Fitzroy than from Fitzroy to Clifton Hill.
Sarah Whyte It is cheaper to send an average-sized package from London to Manly than the three kilometres from Brookvale to Manly under Australia Post's new price structure.
Sarah Whyte Rival postal services have begun to circle the $13.1 billion online shopping trade as Australia Post faces a backlash after it increased the cost of its parcel delivery service.
Sarah Whyte The prices of prepaid Australia Post packages have been raised by up to 30 per cent to take advantage of the online shopping boom.
Sarah Whyte You may think you are an exciting individual, but chances are your consumer habits are making you ''astonishingly boring''.
Sarah Whyte Ticket buyers are paying exorbitant fees for their tickets to be ''processed'', ''handled'' or ''booked'' online. Welcome to the ''surcharge society''.
Sarah Whyte Mothercare customers have lost hundreds of dollars worth of gift cards and deposits.
Sarah Whyte and Vince Chadwick Top food companies fall short in their social and environmental policies in developing countries, a report by aid organisation Oxfam has found.
Sarah Whyte MORE than 2000 tonnes of Australian horse meat is exported annually to international markets for human consumption.
Sarah Whyte FORGET the traditional gap between blue and white-collared workers.
Sarah Whyte Consumers may be faced with rising fresh food prices after the Queensland and NSW floods.
Sarah Whyte Fans thought they were getting a good deal for the hottest shows next month.
Sarah Whyte RETAILERS have again been warned about the importance of keeping a close eye on their social media after someone masquerading as a Just Jeans representative confused and offended customers via the...
Sarah Whyte How would you like to pay for that? Not so long ago, this question had two answers: cash or card. Not any more.
Sarah Whyte Sales of traditional ciders skyrocket as companies exploit current alcohol tax system and target young drinkers.
Sarah Whyte Sales of cider have rocketed, not only because it is a fashionable summer drink but also because of its favourable tax treatment.