Business

Sun 5 Apr 2020

As brothels close, sex workers go online to beat coronavirus

premium_icon As brothels close, sex workers go online to beat coronavirus

ONE of the city's famous madams expects up to 40 per cent of sex work businesses to be wiped out by coronavirus restrictions.

Our solar farm project heats up with build date released

premium_icon Our solar farm project heats up with build date released

Central Queensland's Rodds Bay solar farm is expected to be one of Australia's largest and that means good things for power customers.

How self-isolation is affecting sex toy sales

premium_icon How self-isolation is affecting sex toy sales

Everyone is stuck at home, bored and perhaps in the mood for something different. This is what some adult shops have noticed during the COVID-19 lockdown.

State plans to backdate eviction ban

premium_icon State plans to backdate eviction ban

Landlords could be forced to use debt collectors to chase unpaid rent after the State Government said it would backdate new laws to save tenants from eviction.

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