NANA is well aware of the major problems being created for Newsagents by the outage that has impacted some Tyro EFTPOS terminals. The problems first came to light on 5 January 2021 and 8 days later some Newsagents and other retailers are still without operating EFTPOS terminals.
Several Newsagents from across NSW and the ACT have received notifications from NSW Lotteries/Tabcorp advising they have not received confirmation that the Newsagency has a current mandatory lotteries policy in place. In NSW and the ACT mandatory lotteries insurance normally renew on 30 June/1 July each year.
The NSW Government has made posters available for printing which focus on the requirement to wear face masks in designated areas across the State. The posters contain simple, easily understood messages. There are also versions of the posters which can be used in areas where the wearing of face masks is not compulsory but Newsagents would like […]
NANA has updated its schedule of public holidays for the ACT and NSW and the new version is available for download from the Member only area of NANA’s website at www.nana.com.au under the Guides drop down menu.
Newsagents can now book into retail roadshow events to be conducted by NSW Lotteries/Tabcorp from 1 to 12 February 2021. Participation in roadshows is a compliance requirement of the lotteries remuneration system.
NANA works with the Stocktakers’ Institute of Australia to ensure the schedule of experienced stocktakers it publishes on its web site is up to date and contains only those stocktakers which subscribe to the SIA Code of Ethics. NANA has updated the schedule of experienced stocktakers which can be found in the member only area […]
In December 2020 NANA circulated the following information across the industry. NANA considers the issue of cyber crime to be an important one for the industry.
NANA Members and Newsagents generally may be continuing to receive spam emails from NLNA spruiking deals on insurance. If you are sick and tired of receiving them, either mark the email as junk and add it to your blocked senders list, or hit the unsubscribe link at the bottom of the email. If you choose the unsubscribe […]
The Fair Work Ombudsman has decided not to change the existing Fair Work Information Statement after minor changes were made to the guidelines around parental and family leave. Consequently, the version of the Statement dated 13 August 2020 is the version which Newsagents MUST provide to new employees upon commencement.
Under new mandatory safety and information standards, products must have secure battery compartments to prevent children from gaining access to the batteries. Newsagents MUST be aware of the new requirements, whether they relate to the sale of batteries or if the batteries are included in products such as giftware and electronic products sold in Newsagencies.