Sophia Jones

Sophia writes business news. She loves nature and travel. 

New Cloud web hosting services launched for Australian businesses

Online shopping is growing in Australia, with the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission attesting that an increasing number of people are getting used to purchasing items online. In relation to this, Cloud Web Hosting services and other online marketing solutions are being launched to help Australian businesses.

Contentmart meets content requirements for free

Content publishers looking for materials now have a new option in the market. Contentmart Global launched Contentmart to help businesses and individuals find verified writers for their content needs.

Labor, business leaders oppose Malcolm Turnbull’s tax cuts

The administration of Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull’s 10-year plan to cut business taxes will be subjected to a Senate vote. Labor disapproves the tax cut, with the opposition saying Australians will be forced to shell out an extra $4 billion if company tax cuts would push through.

Health warning issued over skinny jeans

Health experts warned that wearing skinny jeans poses negative effects on health and posture. British Chiropractic Association (BCA) revealed that women’s poor fashion choices restrict free movement in hips and knees, and is bad for back health.

Kim Jong-un reportedly warns US of 'merciless' attacks

Supreme leader of the Democratic People's Republic of Korea (DPRK) Kim Jong-un allegedly warned to unleash a “merciless” attack on America if they breached on DPRK’s sovereignty and dignity amid US-South Korean drills.

Sydney weather: Few more sweltering days ahead

Sydney is forecasted to face more sweltering days and warm nights ahead. The week’s heat is expected to be more pronounced in the west of Sydney as Penrith is set to hit 42 degrees on Monday and Tuesday respectively. Meanwhile, Parramatta reaches 36 degrees on Monday and 41 degrees on Tuesday.