Who are the biggest servos in Australia?

Who are the biggest servos in Australia?

8 months ago
Can you remember when the idea of being Australian was synonymous with a single petrol brand? Or when a “servo” was an actual “service” station, where people in overalls would rush out to fill your car for you, and wash your windscreen, while you sat there, devoid of the temptation to shop for chocolates and fizzy drinks? Well, you must be old. But there is a strangely strong connection between motorists and oil-company brands – […]
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Colse facing court over claims of predatory pricing on cigarettes

1 year ago
Coles is battling a Federal Court claim of misuse of market power for predatory pricing on its cigarettes. Former tobacco store owners Anthony, Rebecca and Michael Rachelle have brought the claim against the supermarket giant which will be heard in the Federal Court on Friday. Anthony and Rebecca Rachelle owned a cigarette store in the town of Cowes on Phillip Island and Michael Rachelle owned a store in Kilmore, just north of Melbourne. They claimed […]
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Coles has to pay $5.25 million to Norco dairy farmers

2 years ago
Coles Group Limited will pay Norco Co-operative Limited around $5.25 million for distribution to its dairy farmer members. The payments follow an ACCC investigation into whether Coles fully passed on to Norco a 10 cents per litre price rise it charged consumers for Coles branded fresh milk, as it claimed it would do in Coles’ marketing materials. Coles has committed in writing to the ACCC that it will pay an additional 7 cpl for 2 […]
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