Charter Hall has recorded a 20 per cent lift in full-year profits of $257 million.Revenue also increased to $213 million, up from $165 million.
Skilled workers are still in broad demand, suggesting a boost in hiring activity is set to continue, new figures show.The federal Department of Employment survey recorded a 1.
Growing uncertainty about an 'open skies' deal between the UK and European Union countries ahead of Brexit risks triggering a catastrophic slump in British air travel, according to the country's biggest airports.2m journeys, between the UK and EU countriesIt also highlights the risk of a 20.
6 million, helped by the abolition of broadcast licence fees.9 million from one-off items including the licence fee abolition.
Home loan broker Mortgage Choice has lifted full-year profit 13.Commission for new loans for the 12 months to June 30 was up 3.
Department store giant David Jones' sales growth has weakened markedly amid a decline in consumer spending and a poorly received private label clothing range.4 per cent.
4 million full-year loss due to previously announced writedowns of assets including its free-to-air TV network.Total revenue slipped three per cent to $1.
Flight Centre expects its profit margins to improve as the number of 'ridiculously' cheap international airfares decreases.The travel agent's full-year profit slipped six per cent to $230.
Its net profit for the 12 months to June 30 of $42.2 million, up from $3.
Vegetable and fruit grower Costa Group has more than doubled its full-year statutory net profit to $57.7 million, thanks to strong earnings growth from its berry and citrus products and a recovery in the tomato market.
Loss-making online sport apparel retailer Surfstitch has fallen into administration due to the impact of several legal battles.The Surfstitch board on Thursday appointed administrator FTI Consulting, as the company said those matters had brought high levels of uncertainty and material costs.