A few months ago NANA reported on a number of NANA Members that had reported attempted and actual frauds perpetrated by scammers posing as epay representatives.
The second formal notice for NANA’s Annual General Meeting to be held on 21 November 2017 was distributed to Members last week.
Amendments to the Fair Trading Act 1987 were passed by the NSW Parliament in October 2017 and are due to be implemented in 2018.
Running a Newsagency can be tough. NANA knows that is the case but how much tougher would it be if you were trying to build your business from scratch without any financial help even though you still have the day to day running costs such as your rent, etc.? As such one of the most […]
Newspack Insurance Broking has experienced significant growth in a range of policy types and in the service it gives to newsagents across Australia in the past six months.
News Corp’s The Sunday Telegraph’s circulation fell below
A recent robbery that occurred in Melbourne has left one Newsagent seriously injured. NANA would like to remind all of our Members that it is important that you remain cautious in the workplace and prevent your business from becoming a victim.
Despite recent reminders and warnings from NSW Lotteries and NANA, NANA is concerned that there are still Newsagents that have not finalised their arrangements for the compulsory insurance coverage required by NSW Lotteries as a condition of the franchise agreement. As late as earlier today, Newspack Insurance broking was still receiving enquiries from Newsagents in […]
The Reserve Bank of Australia announced last week Australia’s new $10 banknotes will be released into circulation come September 20, following a release of a new $5 banknote in 2016. The new notes contain the same world-leading security features as the new $5 note, including a clear top-to-bottom window, and a tactile feature so that it can be […]
The Fair Work Ombudsman recently reported a successful prosecution of a retailer that had underpaid an employee over $25,000. In this case, the Federal Circuit Court penalised both the owner-operator and the company. The former owner-operator of the business has been penalised $16,020 and his company $644,000 in the Federal Circuit Court.