The early days of the 2019 campaign give us a glimpse of things to come, as the parties use Facebook's tailored ad service to narrowcast their messages.
An advertisement launched by Respect Victoria has been designed to unsettle and urge bystanders who witness sexual harassment on public transport to "call it out".
Burger King asks a New Zealand franchisee to take down a promotional video showing customers trying to eat burgers with chopsticks after it sparks a huge online outcry and demands for an apology.
A South African bottled water company is feeling the wrath of Chinese consumers who are labelling them "racist" and threatening to boycott their products.
From tonight, the Brisbane Broncos will no longer have cheerleaders — they'll henceforth be a dance squad, replete with new outfits, in a bid to "desexualise" the female dancers.
Popular but controversial Northern Territory guerrilla tourism brand "CU in the NT" is banned from sale at two of the region's most iconic markets after a council vote.
As Canberra's local shopping landscape faces growing competition from major supermarket chains, some savvy businesses get creative in ways you would not expect from a traditional "milk and bread" store.
Documents obtained by 7:30 reveal Australia’s largest online bookie pumped nearly half a billion dollars into marketing and promotion in less than six years. Here's who got paid and how much.
It's the phenomenon where consumers change their preference between two options when presented with a third — but have you really scored a bargain, or just spent more than you needed to?
Once fined or reprimanded, street artists are now being encouraged and commissioned by councils and advertisers, creating some tense competition for limited space.