Retail shops will begin to open their doors for the first time in a month as COVID-19 cases in Australia continue to decline. 9News
Retailers across the country are preparing to open their doors for the first time in at least a month.
Some retailers will look to open from May 11, while others have maintained trade during the pandemic.Myer stores will remain closed until at least Monday next week, the retailer told shareholders in a briefing last week."Myer will closely monitor government measures and advice over the coming weeks, with a view to reopening stores as soon as possible."
"Premier has no choice but to continue the temporary closure of our retail stores in Australia," the group told shareholders.(AAP)"We have two smaller stores, Barangaroo, Sydney and James Street, Brisbane, where it is not practical to comply with the social distancing protocols as mandated by the government, so we have taken the decision to close these stores for a period of at least four weeks," David Jones said in a statement.
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It's disappointing that Nine has focussed only on big businesses. Small businesses, such as newsagents, have been open all through, serving local communities. They have the best range of Mother's Day cards. So I guess in the end making money does take priority over lives. Don’t worry about a second or third wave guys the economy is more important. So why did we shut down in the first place?
Retail shops begin to open as we continue(because we now see the economic damage) to ease the media hysteria. It will be interesting to see how customers act.. as many Australians havent accepted the fact that social diatancing measures are here to stay for a while. socialdistance
Australian Apple stores to re-open ThursdayApple's 21 retail stores across Australia will re-open on Thursday after more than 7 weeks locked shut during the COVID-19 pandemic. 9News Tell them to stay closed and shove their smart phone control gadgets where the sun don't shine.
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COVID-19 NRL updates: RLPA agrees to new NRL pay dealThe RLPlayers has agreed to a pay deal with the NRL and players will return to training on Wednesday. Details - RLPlayers I thought the pay deal was not what they were waiting on... It's all about personal protocol, Health & Safety, and travel restrictions... You know for all those meatheads that can't think for themselves. Guess it was about the pay. RLPlayers Hey NRL! You are about to be the only legit sport being played globally... Ditch Channel 9 and go global (ESPN)! The US market will be desperate for a real sport in 3...2...1... footyindustryAU RLPlayers Tad confused here. NRL has yet to secure financial agreement on 2020 broadcast with Ch9 and Fox, yet pay deal with players done. I appreciate the good faith position, and that players want guarantees before returning to training. But it would have been ideal to know TV $ first.
Victorian health official cleared over tweet comparing Captain Cook to COVID-19Victoria's deputy chief health officer did not breach the department's code of conduct when she likened COVID-19 to Captain Cook's arrival in Australia. you're the invader step down Libs so desperate. Get rid of the pathetic politicised cow !
United States and Communist China ‘set to face off’ on COVID-19 investigations | Sky News AustraliaTensions are set to become inflamed between Washington and Beijing which simply denotes communist China must “come clean (and) admit the source of the virus” and allow an independent investigation to take place says Sky News host Chris Kenny. \n\nUS Secretary of State Mike Pompeo has recently produced a scathing assessment of China and its questionable practices in the field of medical research, stating the communist superpower had a history of 'infecting the world' and 'running sub-standard laboratories'.\n\nHe also claimed there was a 'significant amount of evidence' COVID-19 originated from a Chinese lab and not wet markets from Wuhan. \n\n“We need more international pressure on China, and now in the US, the secretary of state has gone a step further than supporting an investigation,” Mr Kenny said. \n\nMr Kenny said China has engaged in “nasty, threatening and over the top reactions to all of this” as calls for an independent investigation into the pandemic continue to amplify. \n\nImage: AP Sky news is repulsive. I really hope you go bankrupt. When start blaming somebody all you are doing is highlighting your own deficiencies. If it was a financial thing thing then we should start suing the US for the GFC. I'm just wonderinghhow would the today's world leaders respond to the pandemic if it happened in Soviet Union under LeonidBrezhnev?
Malaysia's migrant workers to undergo mandatory COVID-19 tests as restrictions ease despite spike in cases - ABC NewsMalaysia is easing restrictions on its citizens even as coronavirus cases spike, but it has asked millions of foreign workers to undergo compulsory tests. Does that make them racist or is that only a white person slur? This fake plan-demic is causing many countries around the world to behave like communist governments under the false pretext of covid19. Disgraceful. The good thing is Malaysia easing restrictions.
after CEO Tim Cook foreshadowed the move in an investor briefing."Our social distance protocol means a limited number of visitors in the store at one time so there may be a delay for walk-in customers.Coronavirus live updates: Qantas to extend flight cancellations; Australia on brink of ending working from home; Coles to extend opening hours According to a statement from Angiclare, the man had no immediate family.agreed to a pay deal with the NRL and players will return to training on Wednesday.
Stores will temperature check customers before entering and employ social distancing measures. A spokesperson for Apple Australia told 9News: "We're excited to begin welcoming visitors back to our Australia stores later this week. READ MORE: Apple's flagship store in Sydney will remain closed for renovations. We've missed our customers and look forward to offering our support. "Human nature is of course you're going to go and pick up a resident who has fallen on the ground even it means touching thiem of or your mask dislodges in that process." Some retailers will look to open from May 11, while others have maintained trade during the pandemic." Things won't be anything like "normal" at Apple Stores though, with temperature checks for customers before entry meaning there won't be the normal waltz in and casually browse around. (AAP) MYER Myer stores will remain closed until at least Monday next week, the retailer told shareholders in a briefing last week. "Rugby league is part of the social fabric of so many communities.
Select stores have been operating a click-and-collect service but none have swung the doors open for regular shopping. Instead, Apple is recommending booking appointments for technical support, and ordering online for in-store pickups for new purchases. A "detective" style investigation into how the deadly cluster at a Sydney aged-care home first began is continuing. "Myer has taken the decision to extend the period of temporary closure of all physical stores until at least May 11, 2020," the retailer told shareholders. "Myer will closely monitor government measures and advice over the coming weeks, with a view to reopening stores as soon as possible. Support has been focused on phone and online chat, with a "mail-in" service option for products." PREMIER INVESTMENTS – SMIGGLE, PETER ALEXANDER, PORTMANS, JUST JEANS It's a similar story for retail consortium Premier Investments who owns a number of brands including pyjama house Peter Alexander and stationary supplier Smiggle. Continue reading. "Premier has no choice but to continue the temporary closure of our retail stores in Australia," the group told shareholders. Expect queues, though many will welcome the face-to-face technical support Apple offers in its retail stores and likely happily wait in line. Melbourne remain hopeful of training at Greenfield Park, but are also exploring options to move to another venue if need be.
"Accordingly, our retail stores will remain closed until at least May 11, 2020." David Jones only closed smaller stores. Apple's flagship Sydney store will remain closed - it has been undergoing a renovation, well before the COVID-19 closers kicked in. (AAP) DAVID JONES The vast majority of David Jones stores remain open as they have done so during the pandemic. "We have two smaller stores, Barangaroo, Sydney and James Street, Brisbane, where it is not practical to comply with the social distancing protocols as mandated by the government, so we have taken the decision to close these stores for a period of at least four weeks," David Jones said in a statement. "All our other Australian stores remain open at this time, but please ensure you're up to date with our latest trading hours before your next visit. White was asked on Tuesday whether he would be putting his hand up for the job.
" ADAIRS Linen giant Adairs will open its larger stores in Queensland this Thursday May 7, with the rest of its portfolio of approximately 160 stores to open in due course. Adairs CEO Mark Ronan has been providing continual updates to customers, including extending the returns period to help with the move towards online shopping. "We continue to remain open online to inspire you and provide you with the comforts of home," said Mr Ronan. "To offer you some peace of mind we are extending our standard free returns period. For Linen Lovers members, we have extended the returns period to 90 days, and 60 days for all other customers. It's not something that demands a CV into someone's in-tray," White replied.
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