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Greeters to return to Wal-Mart gates

Greeters to return to Wal-Mart gates

Leading retail giant, Wal-Mart has said that it will bring back door greeters to a majority of its 5,000 stores in the coming months in order to improve customer service at its stores.

The company has also said that it will position a customer host at stores that are at a higher risk of theft. The role of the customer host will not only be to greet customers but also check receipts to prevent theft. The company stores faced a problem with theft in the previous year. The customer hosts will be trained to help prevent thefts at stores.

Authorities reopen Alaskan Way Viaduct

Authorities reopen Alaskan Way Viaduct

Authorities in the state of Washington have said that they have reopened the Alaskan Way Viaduct ahead of schedule.

Leading economist wants government

Leading economist wants government

A leading economist in New Zealand, ShamubeelEaqub has said that the wants the government to make provisions for doubling the state housing stock from 60,000 to about 120,000 houses in the Budget.

Dairy farmers angry over slashed raw milk prices

Dairy farmers angry over slashed raw milk prices

Dairy farmers in Australia have expressed anger over decision by Murray Goulburn and Fonterra to cut prices paid by them for raw milk.

KFC launches edible nail polish in Hong Kong

KFC launches edible nail polish in Hong Kong

Kentucky Fried Chicken (KFC), a leading global fast food company, has announced the launch of its edible nail polish called "Finger lickingood" in Hong Kong this week.
 

NZ waves road user charges for EVs and allows driving on bus lane

NZ waves road user charges for EVs and allows driving on bus lane

The authorities in New Zealand have announced that the owners of electric vehicles will not be required to pay road user charges (RUCs) and will also be allowed to drive in bus lanes.

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