Alexis Carey, news.com.au

Alexis Carey

news.com.au

Australia

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Recent:
  • news.com.au
  • The Courier-Mail
Past:
  • Herald Sun
  • New York Post
  • The Advertiser
  • The Daily Telegraph
  • Gold Coast Bulletin
  • Mamamia

Recent articles by Alexis:

Cold Rock Ice Creamery: Ice cream giant hit by shock store closures

A frustrated franchisee who suddenly closed down two Cold Rock stores this week has warned more closures are likely. → Read More

Powerball, OZ Lotto: How lottery jackpot winners spend their wealth

There’s one topic dominating the water-cooler chat in Aussie offices this week, and that’s this week’s staggering $150 million Powerball jackpot. → Read More

Qantas CEO Alan Joyce makes $459,000 every week

The country’s top-earning CEO pocketed a staggering $23,876,351 last year while everyday Aussies battle stagnating wage growth and skyrocketing cost of living pressures. → Read More

Smoking ban: Smokers may face $100 fine if caught in Melbourne CBD

Part of Melbourne’s CBD could soon be completely smoke-free thanks to a push to ban the habit in the city’s Bourke Street Mall. → Read More

Woolworths fined $50,000 for selling out of date baby formula

Woolworths has been fined after being caught selling out-of-date baby formula at a Cairns store for the second time. → Read More

Australian Survivor’s Janine Allis reveals radio boss’ $18m Boost Juice mistake

One lucky Aussie woman is wearing the “most expensive engagement ring ever purchased” thanks to a big financial mistake made by her now-husband. → Read More

Michael Hill Jeweller: ‘Embarrassing’ ad behind $563m jewellery empire

Michael Hill is a global jewellery powerhouse, raking in $576 million in total revenue in 2018. → Read More

RBA interest rates: Reserve Bank holds cash rate at 1%

Australia’s official cash rate has been kept on hold for another month following two interest rate cuts in June and July. → Read More

TV host Alex Housden issues tearful apology after calling black man a gorilla

An American TV host has made an emotional apology after comparing her colleague to a gorilla. → Read More

Sexual assault victim Virginia Roberts Giuffre urges royal to ‘come clean’

Jeffrey Epstein’s Australian “sex slave” has challenged Britain’s Prince Andrew to “come clean” about his friendship with the millionaire paedophile. → Read More

Massive delays expected as climate protest gets underway

Brisbane residents faced long delays this morning with a fresh climate change protest at 8am. → Read More

George Pell appeal verdict lost: Cardinal to be stripped of honours

Cardinal George Pell has just lost his appeal against child sex abuse convictions — and talk has already turned to what happens next for the disgraced cleric. → Read More

Alan Jones in new ‘repulsive’ tirade

Shock jock Alan Jones caused widespread fury with his misogynistic rant against New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern last week. → Read More

US President fears economic downturn could affect re-election

Donald Trump has repeatedly downplayed the threat of a recession — but insiders claim the US President is privately “rattled”. → Read More

Fiancee’s moving tribute after shocking New Zealand murder

Sean McKinnon’s heartbroken fiancee Bianca Buckley has posted a moving tribute to her “protector” who was killed in a random attack on Friday morning. → Read More

Australia’s favourite pizza boy is back

One of Australia’s biggest ‘90s icons is finally returning to our TV screens. → Read More

Neighbour leaves woman ‘appalling’ note about drying laundry on balcony

A woman who received a nasty note about her drying laundry has sparked debate after asking the internet to decide who was being “unreasonable” in the scenario. → Read More

Job hunting: Bosses struggle to hire staff due to lack of interest, work conditions

A Sydney business owner has hit out at a series of unreliable, entitled and downright dodgy workers and jobseekers who have turned his working life into a “real nightmare”. → Read More

Sir Richard Branson under fire for claiming ‘stuff really does not bring happiness’

Colourful British billionaire Sir Richard Branson has unleashed a Twitter storm by sensationally claiming money doesn’t buy happiness. → Read More

Coles Stikeez collectables allegedly found on Perth’s Jindalee Beach

Coles’ wildly popular collectables campaigns are under fire again after an Aussie man claimed to have found several toys on a Perth beach. → Read More