News Corp Australia recently released a request for proposal (RFP) notification to distribution Newsagents across metropolitan Sydney. This is the second stage of their process to rationalise distribution of News Corp Australia mastheads. At this point, News Corp Australia is not proceeding with an RFP for Wollongong, Blue Mountains, Central Coast, Newcastle and Canberra, however […]
NANA has recently assisted several Members to lodge claims for $10,000 under the Newsagents Assistance Fund. The payments are made to qualifying Newsagents once they have completed their NSW Lotteries retail image upgrade.
The recent announcement that Fairfax Media is to cease full copy returns in the Central Coast and Wollongong regions appears to us to be a cost shifting exercise. Up to the point of terminating full copy returns, the transport cost associated with full copy returns has been at Fairfax Media’s expense. The proposal that Newsagents […]
The Fair Work Ombudsman (FWO) is increasing its activity in conducting audits of compliance with the Fair Work Act and the General Retail Industry Award. The FWO has extensive powers conferred by the Fair Work Act and is able to inspect records, interview employees and view the workplace to ensure minimum legal requirements are being […]
With the assistance of a number of Members, NANA has been able to identify a solution to the long term problem of labels printed out of order, for magazine deliveries, via the various POS systems. When each individual EDI file is printed in an individual print run the problems disappears. When printing all EDI files […]
Newsagents across NSW and ACT who have not agreed to Fairfax Media’s proposed changes to the notice provisions to terminate without cause are receiving follow-up contact from Fairfax Media.
NANA has continued to send rebates to Members who qualify for a rebate of their compulsory lotteries insurance. The rebate returns up to $133.00 to eligible Members who have taken out lotteries insurance through Newspack Insurance Broking.
The Board of Taxation is looking into the costs employers face with their fringe benefits tax (FBT) obligations, and will make recommendations on how these costs could be reduced. So If you’re an employer who provides fringe benefits to your employees, the Board of Taxation would like to hear from you.
Stay Smart Online wants employers to take steps to improve their online security, and practice longstanding behaviour changes that will reverse the threat of cybercrime.
News Corp Australia announces proposed changes to distribution – 350+ territories down to 9 On Monday, 24 September 2018 News Corp Australia released information to Newsagents across metropolitan Sydney on the next stage in their proposed consolidation of distribution arrangements for the Daily Telegraph, The Australian and other News Corp Australia titles. NANA strongly encourages […]