Alexis Carey,

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  • The Daily Telegraph
  • The Courier-Mail
  • The Advertiser
  • Herald Sun
  • New York Post
  • Gold Coast Bulletin
  • Mamamia

Recent articles by Alexis:

Finance experts predict ‘massive bankruptcies’ in 2-year meltdown

We’re just months away from a Great Depression-style disaster, with “massive bankruptcies”, soaring unemployment and crashing house prices set to hit Aussies hard. → Read More

Coronavirus Australia live updates: Crowded SA trains spark outrage

Damning pictures of Adelaide commuters crammed into packed trains during peak hour have caused anger just days after residents were promised better service. → Read More

JobKeeper: Unemployment rates rise, what true figures mean for future

Australia received the “heartbreaking” news that almost 600,000 workers had lost their job in just one month yesterday. → Read More

Kmart Warragul, Manor Lakes, Clayton stores to open as restrictions ease

As Australia’s ailing retail sector grapples with closures across the country, there’s some good news for Kmart fans in Victoria. → Read More

G-Star: Fashion brand enters administration even without debt

Denim icon G-Star has entered administration, leaving hundreds of Australian jobs in the lurch. → Read More

Sydney restaurants, pubs ‘booked out’ in mad rush as restrictions ease

NSW residents can finally head out to their favourite pubs, restaurants and cafes as tough coronavirus restrictions ease. → Read More

Skins: Australian sportswear brand under new ownership after bankruptcy

Australian sportswear empire Skins was on the brink of collapse last year – but today it’s back with new owners and a new game plan. → Read More

ABS shows 600,000 people lost jobs, pushing unemployment rate to 6.2%

More than half a million Australians lost their job in just one month according to the latest official figures. → Read More

BuzzFeed will end news production in Australia and UK amid pandemic

Global media site BuzzFeed will end its Australian news production after six years as the coronavirus crisis continues to wreak havoc. → Read More

Soul Star Festival: Mum’s wellness, spirituality ‘hobby’ now $125K business

Melbourne woman Briony Goldsmith had always been passionate about wellness and spirituality, but noticed the space often seemed a bit “airy-fairy”. → Read More

EOFY 2020: Why your tax refund will be bigger this year

If the coronavirus crisis has put the squeeze on your household budget lately, you’re not alone. → Read More

Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey lets employees work from home permanently

Most Twitter employees – including Aussie staff – will be given the option of working from home indefinitely even after the COVID-19 pandemic passes. → Read More

New tax rules you need to know before the end of financial year 2020

Tax time is coming – and it’s going to be a little different this time around. → Read More

Woolworths reveals strict regime to protect customers from coronavirus

As Australia went into coronavirus lockdown, for our supermarkets at least, it was almost business as usual. → Read More

Josh Frydenberg’s coughing fit during economic update in Parliament

Treasurer Josh Frydenberg has struggled through an important economic update today, sparking fears about his health. → Read More

How coronavirus will change Australian workplaces forever

There’s finally some light at the end of the tunnel for the countless Aussies who have been working form home during coronavirus lockdown. → Read More

Coronavirus Australia: Why 10-person rule won’t allow cafes to reopen

Many Aussies breathed a sigh of relief when Prime Minister Scott Morrison announced ambitious plans to finally ease coronavirus restrictions last week. → Read More

JobKeeper scheme backfires, creates ‘zombie’ businesses

The government’s JobKeeper scheme has been touted as a crucial lifeline helping workers and businesses stay afloat during the coronavirus crisis. → Read More

Coronavirus Australia: Confusion in Sydney as cafes reopen

Aussies are finally looking forward to a return to normality after Prime Minister Scott Morrison unveiled a three-step plan to a COVIDSafe Australia yesterday afternoon. → Read More

Elon Musk bought properties around him because people use to climb walls to break in

Billionaire and new dad Elon Musk has opened up about the alarming “privacy issues” that sparked his property-buying bonanza. → Read More