The Public Health Order which required the implementation of QR code check-ins across NSW and also required manually recorded check-in details to be sent to Service NSW has been amended with effect from today.
Newsagents in NSW and ACT who have not renewed their insurance policies which were due for renewal in June 2021 may be running the risk of being in breach of their lotteries franchise agreement and also their tenancy lease.
NSW Premier Gladys Berejiklian has announced additional COVID-19 restrictions to apply across Greater Sydney including the Central Coast, Blue Mountains, Wollongong and Shellharbour from 5:00PM today. The revised restrictions include:
Given the ongoing cases of community transmission and following updated health advice, the current lockdown will be extended for another week until 11:59pm on Friday, 16 July. The same restrictions currently in place across both Greater Sydney including the Central Coast, Blue Mountains, Wollongong and Shellharbour and regional NSW will remain in place until this […]
NANA is receiving an increasing number of reports from Members concerning abusive behaviour by customers over mask and QR code check-in compliance.
NANA is an active participant in and supporter of the Council of Small Business Organisations Australia (COSBOA). Part of NANA’s support for COSBOA has been an active and increasing level of input into COSBOA’s industrial relations reform policies. NANA recently worked closely with COSBOA and its member associations in Fair Work Commission’s Award flexibility case concerning […]
Over the past month NANA has been working with a Member Newsagency to challenge a rejection by New South Wales Lotteries Corporation Pty Ltd of the Newsagent’s application to relocate their outlet, in the same suburb and approximately 80 metres down the road. The application was originally rejected for what NANA believed were spurious reasons […]
The process of weekly newspaper returns to News Corp Australia, usually entered online on either Monday or Tuesday morning is being met with mixed results for many Newsagents. There are those who can process their returns via the News Corp Australia web portal without any issues and then there are those who cannot due to […]
Although last week’s announcement by IPS that they will shut down the distribution business (owned by ACM) for their range of magazines and other print categories may have come as a surprise, given the continuing rationalisation of distribution and logistics across the industry – the news isn’t exactly startling.
A recent Federal Circuit Court Decision has added uncertainty as to how accessible to employees copies of the Award and National Employment Standards must be. What the decision highlights though is that the Award and NES must be accessible to employees, either in printed form or through accessible electronic means.