Nine Priority Care program an overreach

NANA has been notified of a new system developed by Nine Publishing designed to “assist newsagents and distributors to identify repeated subscriber delivery issues”. NANA believes the new Priority Care program is an overreach and the expectation that a delivery driver must get out of their vehicle and take a photograph (exactly of what is […]

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Newsagents need to take service restrictions into account in planning staff needs over Christmas/New Year period

Different suppliers to Newsagencies are advising of restrictions to deliveries and service support over the Christmas/New Year period. For example, Are Direct has announced it will not be delivering on 23 December. All of their other delivery dates appear to be scheduled as normal. Newspaper publishers have advised Newsagents of changes to production schedules for […]

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NANA steps in to save newspaper deliveries in NSW North

Earlier in the year Mungindi Newsagency received advice from News Corp Australia that due to costs associated with distribution out of Queensland, all supplies delivered by News Corp Australia logistics would cease (News Corp Australia is the primary distributor for News Corp, Nine Publications, Ovato, including Market Hub, ACM, IPS and Wrapaway). Mungindi Newsagency contacted […]

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Slight improvement in Mid and North Coast deliveries – improvements still required

NANA continues to work with Newsagent Members in the Mid and North Coast regions of NSW and with publishers and distributors to improve the logistics around primary distribution of newspapers, magazines and associated products. Whilst some improvements in delivery times and reliability have been achieved in the North Coast region, there are still delays in […]

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