NANA is in the process of renewing its ACCC Authorisation which allows for protected collective bargaining over lotteries remuneration and other lotteries matters. To ensure a speedy resolution, NANA will also lodge an ACCC Notification in coming days which will address the matter promptly.
The annual State of Origin series has quickly shown up a number of issues that have created severe impacts for Newsagents across NSW and the ACT – affecting both newspaper and magazine deliveries.
NANA has been an active participant in proceedings before the Fair Work Commission concerning an application by the SDA (the Union) to increase junior rates to adult rates for those junior employees working above Level 1 under the General Retail Industry Award 2020.
The Federal Circuit Court of Australia has penalised a small business for failing to include superannuation details on pay slips. The Court considered the severity of the breach which only covered 12 instances of failing to record the name and number of the superannuation fund to which contributions were made, as required by regulation 3.46(5) of […]
The Council of Small Business Organisations Australia (COSBOA) has come out strongly in support of NANA’s position on the Australia Post/Are Media magazine trial.
Several calls from Members have been received over the last week thanking NANA for their assistance in matters which would have financially impacted them. They related to:
NANA regularly receives updates from the ATO on matters which impact small businesses like Newsagents. NANA brings the important and ‘headline” issues to the attention of Members.
The administrative arrangements following the announcement by the federal government as part of this year’s Budget that the JobMaker hiring credit will be available to employers such as Newsagents have yet to be finalised.
According to New South Wales Lotteries, the ISI Christmas Order Allocation process will be the same as the current order allocation process, however NANA believes there are glitches in their system which have caused errors. The ISI Christmas Order Allocation quantities are supposed to have been calculated based on your outlet’s history from last year and […]
NANA accepted an invitation from the NSW Small Business Commissioner and has made a substantial contribution to the content for a revision to the NSW Retail Tenant’s Guide (2020 version). Working with our leasing expert, NANA has forwarded over ten pages of comments on the draft guide together with an offer to the Commissioner to make […]