Which Primark stores are open 24 hours a day? Go night shopping and you might bump into Stacey Solomon!

Primark has confirmed that it will be keeping some of its stores open for 24 hours. But which ones are they and for how long will these crazy opening hours be happening for?

Related: Primark has introduced pretty shopping bags which double up as wrapping paper

Now that England has lifted its month-long lockdown, non-essential retailers like Primark have been allowed to reopen.

But in order to make up for lost time, while giving shoppers ample time to get their Christmas shopping in, a select few Primarks are staying open all day and all night.

Which Primark stores are open 24 hours a day?

The eleven Primark stores that will be staying open 24 hours a day are:

  • Trafford
  • York Monks Cross
  • Leeds White Rose
  • Bluewater
  • Lakeside
  • Birmingham Fort
  • Meadowhall
  • Stratford
  • White City
  • Charleton
  • Gateshead Metrocentre

Furthermore, Primark has said it will open its remaining stores for longer. Shoppers … Read more

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Victoria projected to deliver 8 -12 per cent capital growth in 2021

The projected end of the COVID-19 pandemic boost sentiment in Victoria that is projected to deliver 8 -12 per cent capital growth in 2021.

The most important developments since our August report have been VIC’s outstanding success in almost eliminating COVID-19 and consequently the significant unwinding of restrictions across VIC and the reopening of the VICNSW border.

As projected, the second wave of COVID-19 has had a major immediate impact.

However, following the end of the pandemic, the Melbourne market has similar projections to Sydney, with a chronic undersupply driving land values higher, yet unit oversupply increasing both equity and serviceability risk.

The landscape of the housing market in VIC has shifted rapidly, particularly in the past month, from a buyer’s market to a seller’s one.

Only three months ago home buyers in Melbourne were in solid position to leverage on the market conditions then, with very low volumes and … Read more

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Will I'm A Celebrity's Giovanna Fletcher be happy with what husband Tom has done to the house?

Like most of us, McFly’s Tom Fletcher was itching to decorate his home for Christmas 2020, so he caved and did it early. The difference is, his wife Giovanna Fletcher made him promise he wouldn’t do it while she’s taking part in I’m a Celebrity… Get Me Out of Here.

Now, he hasn’t just put the decorations up… he’s gone all out! Their house is like a trip to Santa’s grotto, and it’s highly impressive. So what will Giovanna make of it?

Giovanna and Tom Fletcher’s Christmas decorations

Tom shared the impressive outdoor Christmas decoration on his Instagram. Writing to his 1.9million followers, ‘Ok, so you remember I said to @mrsgifletcher that I wouldn’t put the Christmas tree up until she was out of @imacelebrity? …OOPS! I can’t thank @earlyhoursltd enough for transforming the house today. With Mumma … Read more

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Another report suggests Australia’s Housing Markets will grow strongly in 2021

The forecasts for property forecast for 2021 are starting to come in thick and fast and they’re all very positive.

The latest is from SQM’s Louis Christopher who suggests that Australian capital city dwelling prices will rise in 2021 as a result of this year’s aggressive government stimulus, interest rate cuts and the upcoming changes to responsible lending laws. 

This is in line with the forecasts made by all our major banks who over the last few weeks have sheepishly been forced to do a long overdue 180 degree turn, conceding that our property markets have remained resilient and they all now expect property prices to rise in 2021 and 2022.

The economics communities have not exactly covered themselves in glory when it comes to predicting the future of Australia’s biggest asset class.

In his Housing Boom and Bust Report 2021 released today Christopher’s base case forecast is for dwelling … Read more

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Dad's hilarious idea for making himself exempt from Elf on the Shelf duties for 14 days!

The Elf on the Shelf is back. Great for kids, yes. But it’s a challenge for parents to come up with imaginative ideas to play along for every day of the countdown.

After a year of home schooling and trying to keep things together, some parents need a well-earned break. But what to do with the elves? One hilarious Dad had the foresight to cut his elf placement duties in half. And quite frankly, it’s genius for a get out this year.

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Image credit: Jeff Sargant

The night before the trusted elves arrived, Jeff had an idea to buy himself some time. ‘I saw everyone putting the elves in jars (for quarantine), but I didn’t have a jar?!” he tells us. ‘I couldn’t think of anything to do.’ That’s when the idea came … Read more

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