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Anger over parking fee plans at WA's biggest shopping centre

3h abc.net.au
The introduction of paid parking later this year at what is soon to be Western Australia's biggest shopping centre has drawn the ire of customers, who have threatened to shop locally or online to avoid paying.

 
Sir Frank Lowy prepares to say au revoir to his Westfield empire

23h theage.com.au
While it won't be quite the same level of pomp and ceremony as the world witnessed in London on the weekend, for the ''Ginger Meggs'' Royal wedding, there will be still be a certain electricity in the air when Westfield's co-founder and patriarch Sir Frank Lowy AC, bids au revior to his retail empire.

 
Sir Frank Lowy prepares to say au revoir to his Westfield empire

23h smh.com.au
While it won't be quite the same level of pomp and ceremony as the world witnessed in London on the weekend, for the ''Ginger Meggs'' Royal wedding, there will be still be a certain electricity in the air when Westfield's co-founder and patriarch Sir Frank Lowy AC, bids au revior to his retail empire.

 
Westfield bid gets the green light from Unibail investors

2018-05-18 theage.com.au
The proposed $32 billion takeover of Frank Lowy's Westfield empire moved a step closer with investors in the European group Unibail-Rodamco giving the green light to its directors to proceed with the offer.

 
Westfield bid gets the green light from Unibail investors

2018-05-18 smh.com.au
The proposed $32 billion takeover of Frank Lowy's Westfield empire moved a step closer with investors in the European group Unibail-Rodamco giving the green light to its directors to proceed with the offer.

 
Luxury watch Longines finds time for Collins Street

2018-05-15 theage.com.au
A draft design for a potential makeover of a Collins Street shopfront has convinced international luxury watch retailer Longines to commit to its first flagship Melbourne store.

 
Luxury watch Longines finds time for Collins Street

2018-05-15 smh.com.au
A draft design for a potential makeover of a Collins Street shopfront has convinced international luxury watch retailer Longines to commit to its first flagship Melbourne store.

 
Jerry Schwartz is no fish out of water

2018-04-30 theage.com.au
There are many people who have identified hotel property magnate, Dr Jerry Schwartz, as a 'fish out of water' in a property sector better known for power suits and long lunches.

 
Jerry Schwartz is no fish out of water

2018-04-30 smh.com.au
There are many people who have identified hotel property magnate, Dr Jerry Schwartz, as a 'fish out of water' in a property sector better known for power suits and long lunches.

 
Myer and DJs falling sales hit retail landlords

2018-04-26 theage.com.au
Department stores are weighing on the results of shopping centre landlords, with sales contributions in the red for the three months ending March 31.

 
Myer and DJs falling sales hit retail landlords

2018-04-26 smh.com.au
Department stores are weighing on the results of shopping centre landlords, with sales contributions in the red for the three months ending March 31.

 
Why you should avoid dimly lit shops

2018-04-24 ntnews.com.au
Higher valuations on Australian shopping malls have driven Scentre Group's full year net profit up 41 per cent. The Westfield owner and operator has reported net profit of over $4 billion in the period, including over $3 billion of valuation gains. Scentre Group Chief Executive Peter Allen joins Sky News Business to discuss the company's results and future outlook.

 
Transit retail hitting the mark as train stations multiply

2018-04-06 theage.com.au
Sydney Metro is delivering eight new metro stations which will be a bonanza for retailers as they capture the passing parade of passengers.

 
Transit retail hitting the mark as train stations multiply

2018-04-06 smh.com.au
Sydney Metro is delivering eight new metro stations which will be a bonanza for retailers as they capture the passing parade of passengers.

 
Westfield gets FIRB green light for $32b Unibail-Rodamco offer

2018-03-30 theage.com.au
The $32 billion takeover of Frank Lowy's retail landlord giant Westfield has moved a step closer after the Unibail-Rodamco deal got the green light from the government.

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