Have thousands upon thousands of Qantas Frequent Flyer points all stored up with nothing to spend them on?

Qantas has your back covered.

The airline is offering exclusive experiences for its Frequent Flyers to bid on such as a private charter flight to Hamilton Island or, uh, Devonport (Ed: snort), a luxury holiday for four people to Queenstown, and two Qantas A380 business-class Skybeds to keep in the lounge room.

And we don’t mean tickets for flights on the Skybeds, we mean the actual Skybeds taken from the planes and delivered to your home so you’re never far away from your favourite activity.

Meanwhile, the market looks set to end the week on a positive note with the ASX200 currently up 0.35% to 7,418.8 points.


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8common (ASX:8CO) +100%

Shares in the fintech company soared today after emerging from an eight-day voluntary suspension with an announcement that its subsidiary Expense8 has been mandated to manage the enterprise resource planning for the rollout of a new Australian government platform.

Expense8 already serves about 20,000 users across 27 federal government entities.

The agreement will enable it to be selected from a pre-selected panel of service providers under the Travel Value Stream and Expense Management Value Stream for the Shared Services Program, which includes over 130,000 employees across 90 government entities.

Conico (ASX:CNJ) +54%

You can’t do better than hitting thick sulphide mineralisation with your very first hole.

And that’s exactly what Conico enjoyed earlier this week when the first-ever hole at its Ryberg project in Greenland intersected 54.88m of semi-massive, matrix, vein and disseminated sulphides from a depth of just 78.24m.

This mineralisation consists primarily of pyrrhotite and pentlandite, plus minor chalcopyrite – making it prospective for both nickel and copper sulphide.

Certainly a good result to have when you are just starting a drill program of at least 5,000m and possibly up to 10,000m.

Aurora Labs (ASX:A3D) +50%

The prospect that the company’s 3D printing technology will find traction in the marine sector proved popular with investors this week.

Aurora has been engaged by BAE Systems Maritime Australia to print trial marine components for commercial evaluation for its Hunter Class Frigate Program.


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Victory Mines (ASX:VIC) -33%

Shares in the company sank this week despite drilling extending the main gold trend at its Coogee North project near Kalgoorlie.

Notable assays include 8m at 3.64 grams per tonne (g/t) gold from a depth of 172m.