The NANA office will be closed for the public holidays on 25 & 26 December and 1 January but will be available at all other times to support Members. Our phone lines will be open on all days so if you need assistance call Ian, Alan or Dianne at NANA on 1300 113 044. You […]
Claim forms to be used either by post or online lodgement for the $10,000 under the Newsagents Assistance Fund have moved from the web site of the office of the NSW Small Business Commissioner to the NSW Industry web site.
The requirements set by NSW Lotteries/Tabcorp on how to respond to site survey outcomes via the GAP Busters online Action Plan may appear to be obvious, but some Newsagents are not getting the process right.
Most Newsagents are born optimists. After all, why take the plunge unless you’re confident you can stay afloat? But positive thinking can only take you so far. To succeed in business and stay on course, you also need to think about what could possibly go wrong and seek the help of an expert. All Newsagencies […]
The agency which represents rights holder interests for recorded and broadcast music has recently reduced the rates which apply to retail.
The Fair Work Ombudsman has released the latest version of the Fair Work Information Statement. The statement includes an update to the National Employment Standards.
A schedule of known public holidays for NSW and ACT has been prepared by NANA for the use of Members.
NSW Lotteries new outlet applications – NANA assists to gain commission and business security Newsagents often receive notification from Tabcorp/NSW Lotteries that they are considering an application for a new lotteries outlet in an area nearby an existing outlet in a Newsagency. NANA strongly recommends Members respond to the notification if they think a new […]
With the commencement of site survey Cycle 2 on Monday 28th October, NSW Lotteries announced new weightings for the site surveys items, along with some additional items. NANA receives many calls in relation to interpreting the markings received from site surveys.
Both News Corp Australia and NINE (formerly Fairfax) are working towards the introduction of significant changes to their primary and secondary distribution models for their mast heads in metro Sydney. Both have appointed distributors, and whilst there are differences in their approaches, the end results may be the same for product originating from either publisher.