There's often some interesting pictures to be had from the sixth floor of the renovated Myer store. I snapped these the other day.
Myer will close stores in Victoria and New South Wales and shrink surviving stores in response to the two-speed economy and online shopping. -- Myer to close or shrink stores as retail malaise bites Remembering that Myer Melbourne has already shrunk in size by about half, this isn't a huge surprise. Sounds like some of the smaller stores will be closed. I can't see it happening, but I
I don't have a proper blog post for you, so here's a few pictures from the last week or so. If you were looking for Myer's Lonsdale Street store, it's gone -- almost all of it except the facade. (When I was a kid, we often went into the City on a Friday night, had dinner at the Coles cafeteria in Bourke Street, then made our way up through the back of Myer to level 6, where the toy departmen
The inside of the new Myer in Bourke Street is quite spectacular. They've managed to create a very impressive light-filled atrium that goes all the way up to the roof.
The washing machine is going well. Reading the new Myer catalogue, I thought I could feel smug that I'd paid $200 less than their sale price of $1099, then I noticed that the mob I bought it from has since dropped it by $80. Ah well, still happy with it. The only question is -- should I peel off the energy and water rating labels, or leave them there for prolonged smugness? What do th