The Australian Government has announced that it is introducing an alternative Paid Parental Leave work test period for a limited time. Under normal circumstances parents must have worked 10 of the 13 months prior to the birth or adoption of their child to qualify but that is being temporarily extended to 10 months out of […]
The Federal Budget released last night included a continuation of the Federal Government’s push to continue to stimulate the economy as it grapples with the impacts of COVID-19.
The Federal Treasury web site has full Budget details for all of the announcements referred to above, plus more. Click HERE for easy access to the Federal Government’s Budget announcements.
NANA has published an extensive range of Conditions of Employment Guides to assist Members to ensure they satisfy the Award, National Employment Standards and Fair Work Act requirements.
Brendan Geyer of News King at Bondi Junction has alerted NANA to the opportunity available to Newsagents to get involved in helium filled balloons and the business success he has enjoyed from them in recent years. Brendan is well known to many Newsagents and has been a successful and entrepreneurial Newsagent, both in Victoria and NSW.
When you’re running a small business such as a Newsagency, things don’t always go to plan. Off the back of drought, storms and floods and now COVID-19, Newsagents are no strangers to facing an extensive range of perils which impact their communities and consequently, their businesses.
If you run your own in-store Local Area Marketing promotions for lotteries or run other trade promotions you should note that changes have been made by the regulator in NSW. NSW Lotteries has been supplying this permit to its retailers for many years, but it will no longer be necessary to quote a permit number […]
ASIC advises businesses should use tax time as a reminder to ensure your business name and/or company details are up-to-date. This can include your address and holder details.
The federal government recently announced an additional $4.785 million to provide eligible small regional businesses affected by COVID-19 with access to free and confidential financial counselling.
NANA has been working with Members to secure long outstanding payments due from service station operators owned by big corporations. In the most recent example of success, NANA has worked closely with the Newsagent concerned and the service station operators to secure more than $7,000 in payments which have been long overdue. Providing this type […]