NSW Lotteries as part of the Tatts Group has embarked on a program of insisting that Newsagents register through the Fair Work Ombudsman for a range of newsletters, undertake online training and confirm registration through the NSW Lotteries web site.
Fairfax, the publisher of the Sydney Morning Herald has advised its newspaper shortage and extras service will cease on 25 February 2018.
NANA will make further formal representations to the GNS Board next week.
In your latest edition of What’s Hot at the Lott, Newsagents have been asked to supply information on leases and the percentage of the total business represented by lotteries sales.
Just as a cheque from a less than reputable customer may bounce, there’s no guarantee that credit card you accepted isn’t stolen – so how do you protect your business from fraud? Credit cards not only provide customers an incredible convenience, but they also offer holders a good measure of protection in the case of […]
NANA is seeking to employ as membership services professional to engage with NANA’s broad membership and escalate issues for resolution with publishers, distributors, suppliers and regulatory agencies. This is a hands-on role and is well suited to someone with a good knowledge of the newsagency industry. The position involves regular travel across NSW and ACT. […]
THE Reserve Bank has hailed the updated $50 banknote as its “flagship” product but conceded not every machine will be able to accept it “from day one” when it enters circulation later this year.
The ATO is hosting a free webinar on Thursday 8 February 2018 to provide information on the new Small Business Superannuation Clearing House that’s joining ATO online services from 26 February 2018.
Newsagents who also have an online presence through eBay should be mindful of changes on the horizon concerning payment systems.
The installation of malware and other online threats isn’t limited to desktop and laptop computers.