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Newsagents Association of NSW and ACT Limited

Proudly assisting Newsagents since 1891

The Newsagents Association of NSW and ACT (NANA) serves its Member Newsagents and Lottery Agents by advocating on their behalf to newspaper publishers, magazine publishers, magazine distributors, lottery licensees, the NSW State Government and Parliament, the ACT Territory Government and Parliament, the Australian Government and Parliament, the media and the general public.

Across Australia, Newsagents and Lottery Agents are an integral part of the distribution of newspapers, magazines, and other complementary products and services.

There are almost 3,500 Newsagents Australia. In NSW and ACT, there are up to 900 Newsagents and more than 1200 Lottery Agents.

NANA assists its Members through the escalation of their individual business issues and concerns for resolution, which include:
  • New Contracts
  • Amendments of Existing Contracts
  • Termination of Contracts
  • Sale of Businesses
  • Industrial Relations
  • Wages and Conditions of Employment
  • Occupational Health and Safety
  • Negotiating with suppliers
  • Representing Members to Government Agencies & Regulatory Authorities
  • Preferential Member-Only discounts & supply arrangements

The industry issues in which NANA and its alliance partners are involved include equitable and efficient newspaper and magazine distribution models, newspaper home/subscription delivery fees, oversupply/undersupply of magazines, the future of standard form contract(s), business model(s) and remuneration structure(s) with NSW Lotteries, the extended working relationships with other affiliated industry organisations and future business models for Newsagents and Lottery Agents.

NANA collaborates with its Members and in alliance with other industry organisations to develop economically viable business futures for Newsagents and Lottery Agents. NANA works with other industry organisations when to do so is in the interests of Members and the wider industry.

NANA works with a range of Government regulatory and support agencies including the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC), the Australian Taxation Office, Fair Work Ombudsman, NSW Department of Industrial Relations, NSW Department of Health, the Commissioner for Small Business.  We are also in regular contact withthose involved with the political process in NSW, ACT and nationally. 

NANA reflects the intentions of its financial Members. It is supported by a Board of Directors elected by its financial Members. NANA is served by a staff comprising a Chief Executive Officer and membership support staff.

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