Losses narrowed from $151 million last year to $110 million, a 27 per cent improvement in the bottom line. Woolworths said Big W’s comparable sales growth accelerated to 2 per cent in the last three months of the year off the back of kids, home and seasonal apparel. … [Read more...] about Big W posts first sales growth since 2009
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But, for retail optimists, there are positive signs coming from Big W. Its $85 million full-year loss in 2019 was an improvement on the $110 million loss in the previous year. Sales were up 4.2 per cent last year helped by clothing, online and click and collect. … [Read more...] about Big W begins to shut the first of 30 stores across Australia
The study found that among the infants in the study, an increase in recorded activity by one 'standard deviation'--essentially a standard proportion of the range of the data--was associated with a small but significant decrease in central adiposity. … [Read more...] about Less active babies stand higher risk of obesity: Study
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