Earlier this week NANA met with senior representatives from the Fair Work Ombudsman’s (FWO) office. The purpose of the meeting was to gauge the level of observance/non-observance of Awards and the National Employment Standards by Newsagents across the ACT and NSW. NANA and the FWO also agreed on a “partnership” aimed at assisting NANA Members […]
Single Touch Payroll (STP) Phase 2 reporting starts 1 January 2022. If you employ staff, you’ll need to be ready for this change. New guidelines that explain the changes are now available from the ATO.
If you employed additional young employees between 7 January 2021 and 6 April 2021, you may be eligible to claim JobMaker Hiring Credit payments. To claim for your eligible business, follow these steps:
NANA continues to monitor the situation in Newsagencies across NSW and the ACT especially in relation to the behaviour of customers who refuse to follow the Public Health Orders for face coverings and QR code check-ins.
The support package announced yesterday jointly by the Federal and NSW Governments focusses on support for individuals and businesses.
Given the ongoing number of infectious cases in the community, the NSW Government has announced the current lockdown will be extended for at least another two weeks until 11:59pm on Friday, 30 July.
Nine Entertainment Co, the parent company of Nine Publishing has been hit with penalties of almost $156,000 and has been required to pay approximately $450,000 in consumer redress payments following action by the ACCC related to overcharging on transaction fees for Mastercard and Visa debit cards. The cases identified overcharging fees for payments for subscription […]
NANA has received acknowledgement from the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) in respect to several “Collective Bargaining Class Exemptions” which the ACCC has accepted and which have operated from different dates commencing 3 June 2021. NANA was the first organisation to have a Collective Bargaining Class Exemption notification listed by the ACCC. NANA was […]
Minister for Health and Medical Research, Brad Hazzard MP introduced a new Public Health Order (PHO) on Tuesday 13 July 2021 which places requirements on residents of Fairfield and Greater Sydney to provide proof of COVID testing.
Nine has completed a review of retail sales fees, delivery service fees, and cover prices. As a result of the review, sales fees and the cover price of The Sydney Morning Herald (SMH), The Sun-Herald and The Age newspapers will increase effective Monday, 19 July 2021.