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'Get out, socialise, connect': Red Lantern co-founder's recipe for lively Sydney

'Get out, socialise, connect': Red Lantern co-founder's recipe for lively Sydney

Forget lockout laws, the biggest threat to Sydney's nightlife right now is food delivery services such as UberEATS and Deliveroo.

  • by Caitlin Fitzsimmons

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After-school snacking at Maccas creates new drive-through 'peak hour'
Food & drink

After-school snacking at Maccas creates new drive-through 'peak hour'

After-school snacking at fast food chains has increased so much since the 1990s that it's become a new peak hour at drive-throughs.

  • by Nigel Gladstone
Infant formula group Bubs pushes China expansion with local partnership
Bubs Australia

Infant formula group Bubs pushes China expansion with local partnership

Bubs will enter into a partnership with Chinese baby food producer Beingmate to distribute and market Bubs' infant formula and organic baby food products to 30,000 mother and baby stores in China.

  • by Sumeyya Ilanbey
A guide to Enlighten according to the kind of Canberran you are
Canberra

A guide to Enlighten according to the kind of Canberran you are

For families, art-lovers, foodies, couples and more.

  • by Serena Coady
The money backing Sydney's restaurant scene
Fine dining

The money backing Sydney's restaurant scene

Behind every great restaurant there’s a great chef – and someone taking a financial gamble.

  • by Caitlin Fitzsimmons
A taste of the vegetarian and vegan dishes at the Night Noodle Markets
Food & drink

A taste of the vegetarian and vegan dishes at the Night Noodle Markets

Vegetarian ‘puffles’, tom yum tater tots, Balinese paella and colourful bao.

  • by Serena Coady
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'Incredibly emotional': Maggie Beer to sell eponymous food business
Maggie Beer

'Incredibly emotional': Maggie Beer to sell eponymous food business

After working up to 70 hours a week, the self-confessed 'control freak' says she finally feels ready to let go.

  • by Patrick Hatch
Bega profits dented as the dairy giant is gripped by 'short-term challenges'
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Bega Cheese Limited

Bega profits dented as the dairy giant is gripped by 'short-term challenges'

Bega reported a dive in its profit at its half-year results, blaming it on a year plagued with "short-term challenges", as it announced it would close down its Coburg plant this week.

  • by Sumeyya Ilanbey
Five things to do in Canberra this weekend, March 1-3
Food & drink

Five things to do in Canberra this weekend, March 1-3

Our pick of things to do in Canberra this weekend.

  • by Serena Coady
'They've just mirrored everything': Popular Sydney restaurant accuses ex-staff of launching copycat
Food & drink

'They've just mirrored everything': Popular Sydney restaurant accuses ex-staff of launching copycat

The Italian Bowl in Newtown has 16 pasta sauces. Diners can also find 15 of them at a new restaurant run by former employees.

  • by Jenny Noyes and Ben Weir
Coles' results shows Wesfarmers' Scott is the meister of timing
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Opinion

Coles' results shows Wesfarmers' Scott is the meister of timing

The release of Coles' underwhelming maiden result as a standalone listed company explains why Wesfarmers' decision last year to cut it loose was a no-brainer.

  • by Elizabeth Knight