A European carrier has been named the worst airline in the world for the second year in a row, as voted by passengers. A survey conducted by UK consumer advocate Which? assessed more than 10,000 flights mainly used by British travellers, with Wizz Air, a Hungarian-based budget airline ranked last
Fed-up McDonald’s customers have declared they’re breaking up with the fast-food chain, citing “ridiculous” prices, declining quality and service. Rising cost-of-living pressures are causing consumers to think twice about hitting the drive-through or ordering UberEats, experts say, as analysis suggests Macca’s price increases have been “well beyond” the inflation rate.
McDonald’s has responded to complaints from customers in northern NSW, who say the food at their local restaurant is anything but “fast”. Hundreds of residents have inundated social media in recent weeks with their frustrations over what they say is consistently slow service at the Ballina Central franchise – with
Despite their three-bedroom Sydney penthouse being evaluated at $2.2m in 2019, two Sydney pensioners have had their retirement devastated, with the couple set to receive just about $400,000 on the potential sale of their home. In June 2019, Veronica and Clifton Baker were among the 130 Mascot Tower residents who
Peter Dutton has been accused of stoking culture wars and chasing headlines after he called for a boycott of Woolworths for not stocking Australia Day merch. The major retailer confirmed this week the “gradual decline” of demand for the products led to the decision. German supermarket giant Aldi has also
Steve Price has lashed out at “woke” corporate Australia for their “dumb” decision to ban Australia Day merchandise. The Project host slammed Aldi and Woolworths, who have both announced that they will not be stocking products related to the national holiday, currently celebrated on January 26. The date is considered
A photo from the 80s has revealed just how much Aussie supermarkets have changed, with one detail in particular fuelling a fierce online debate. The image of inside a Coles store in Belmont, NSW, was recently shared in a Facebook group dedicated to Aussie retail nostalgia. It showed a full