Shareholders in gambling giant Tatts will vote on a proposed $11 billion merger in a week, despite the risk of the deal facing a further legal challenge.
Christmas time is full of gift giving and cybercriminals love to dish out ‘special’ Christmas gifts of their own.
To ensure you are ranging the highest performing titles to drive sales in your newsagency,
NANA has received assurances from NSW Lotteries that they will delay account sweeps that would normally occur on Tuesdays during the Christmas and New Year period.
At the recent NANA Annual General Meeting on 21 November 2017, the following Directors were confirmed after being nominated for their positions to the NANA Board. The Directors for the term commencing immediately following the AGM are (in alphabetical order): Nathan Errington from Hamilton News & Gifts Graeme Gill from Spit Junction Newsagency Greg Handley from […]
Newsagents across NSW and ACT have reported a problem with the NSW Lotteries settlement reports for the period 30 November to 3 December 2017. The previous balance, even though it has been paid/settled, has been carried forward resulting in significantly higher payment due figures. Depending on trading at individual outlets, the payment due figure may […]
Uber was hacked, so change your password right now. Now it has been reported that Australian riders and drivers are part of the data breach that has effected millions of users world wide. It would be prudent for Australian Uber users and drivers to change their passwords as soon as possible.
The ACCC and ASIC are warning small businesses to watch out for scam emails pretending to be from ASIC. Scammers are emailing ASIC’s public register customers,
As the staff at NANA hopes this never happens to you, we do implore that our Newsagent Members need to have plans and procedures in place to prevent fires and to help your business recover should an unforeseen emergency occur. Your business is full of fuel ie newspapers and magazines.
Over the last few months there have been a number of incidents relating to theft of money from Newsagencies. Please be aware that a common mode of operation is: