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  • New York Post
  • Gold Coast Bulletin
  • Mamamia

Recent articles by Alexis:

Melbourne doctor cops cruel $99 parking fine after treating virus patients

Melbourne medic Katarina Arandjelovic has been working around the clock to help Victoria’s coronavirus patients – but that wasn’t enough to save her from a hefty workplace parking fine. → Read More

Beer company accidentally names ale Maori word for ‘pubic hair’

A Canadian brewery and a New Zealand leather company have been called out for their uncomfortable use of the Maori word “huruhuru”. → Read More

McDonald’s sues former CEO over sexual misconduct with employees

McDonald’s is suing sacked CEO Steve Easterbrook after accusing him of covering up sexual misconduct with a number of team members. → Read More

Tradie ‘bear hug’ costs firm $600K over broken ankle

A “playful” supervisor has cost his company a small fortune after workplace “horseplay” landed an employee in hospital with a broken ankle. → Read More

Seafolly administrators buy out competitor Jets swimwear

Seafolly’s administrators have bought out struggling rival Jets after its parent company went into administration earlier this year. → Read More

Fired Amazon workers stage protest outside Jeff Bezos’ mansion

An Amazon worker who was fired after speaking out against the company’s working conditions has held a rally outside CEO Jeff Bezos’ multimillion-dollar home. → Read More

Australia’s highest-paid CEO earned $38 million last year

Australia’s highest-paid CEO last financial year took home more than 420 times the national average salary, it has been revealed. → Read More

Jim’s Group slams Daniel Andrews in brutal open letter

Outspoken Jim’s Group CEO Jim Penman has issued a scathing message to Victorian Premier Daniel Andrews in the face of the state’s stage 4 restrictions. → Read More

ATO launches new plan to catch dodgy superannuation withdrawals

Millions of Aussies scrambled to access their super early – but it could end up being a huge financial mistake. → Read More

Melbourne lockdown: Kmart’s plan to battle stage 4 restrictions

Australia’s major retailers are bracing for a rush of online orders as Melburnians struggle through another harsh lockdown. → Read More

Melbourne stage 4 lockdown may leave workers without JobKeeper payments

Melbourne retailers are about to close their doors as the lockdown deadline approaches – but it seems many workers could be left out in the cold. → Read More

Audi pulls ‘provocative’ ad featuring young girl eating banana

German car giant Audi has apologised for an advert which many members of the public deemed inappropriate and “just wrong”. → Read More

Jealous’ colleagues’ put poo in co-worker’s lunch box in cruel prank

A factory worker who argued her husband’s “dream car” sparked a serious spate of workplace bullying has won a harassment claim. → Read More

Melbourne’s lockdown could spark lengthy coronavirus recession

As Victoria grapples with the toughest restrictions in our nation’s history, experts have warned the impact of stage 4 measures could be disastrous for the economy and certain industries. → Read More

v2food makes $1.85b move, launches with Drake’s supermarkets

The company behind one of Hungry Jack’s favourite burgers is now selling its trademark patties in grocery stores in two Aussie states. → Read More

Coronavirus Victoria: Extra 250,000 workers stood down from stage 4 restrictions

An extra 250,000 Victorians are likely to be out of work as a result of the state’s tough stage 4 restrictions as Victoria’s Chamber of Commerce and Industry warns more jobs will be lost. → Read More

Fast food worker arrested after cop finds mucus in coffee order

A US police officer had a lucky escape last week after he happened to open his takeaway coffee – and spotted “a large, thick piece of mucus” floating inside. → Read More

Man wins $7 million in lottery after buying every single ticket

A US man visited 40 stores and bought every single scratchie ticket he could find – and ended up winning millions for his efforts. → Read More

Bunnings boss claims hardware an ‘essential’ service during Victoria’s lockdown

Essential services like supermarkets will be allowed to remain trading in Victoria during the latest lockdown. → Read More

ATO issues new crackdown warning over COVID superannuation claims

Aussies have jumped at the chance to withdraw cash from their super balances this year – but if you’ve flouted the rules, it could soon come back to bite you. → Read More