Wesfarmers shareholders need to make an important decision in November. Should they sell their inherited Coles shares and see whether management can improve its fortunes?
- by Elizabeth Knight
The brand hit headlines last year after footage of birds said to be kept at the facility "cannibalising" each other and struggling to stand up.
- by Hannah Barry
After 40 years in the grocery business, Jack Keeley was a bit surprised to find himself the focus of a children’s protest.
- by Emma Young
A ban on trolleys at some Coles self-service checkouts has become the latest move to anger supermarket shoppers, though some are welcoming the change.
Supermarket giant Coles has banned trolleys from being used at some of its self-service checkouts, sending some customers off theirs.
- by Chloe Booker
Investigators remain stumped by a spate of strawberry sabotage that has spread to six brands across five states.
- by Christine McGinn
Coles stores across the nation, except for Western Australia, have withdrawn strawberries after a spate of needle contamination cases.
- by Toby Crockford
Thousands of Australians are scrambling to complete their set of miniature groceries from the promotion that exceeded all expectations.
- by Caitlin Fitzsimmons
The owner of the Yass IGA will be opening another IGA at Denman Prospect. Meanwhile, public consultation for another proposed shopping centre, Koko Molonglo, at Coombs, is being held on Thursday night.
- by Megan Doherty