NANA recently intervened on behalf of a Member who was being requested by NSW Lotteries to install and upgrade to the latest retail image. In discussions with the Member, it was clear to NANA that there were problems with the requirement to do the upgrade at the time programmed by NSW Lotteries.
Just because you receive a breach notice from Tatts Group Lotteries/NSW Lotteries Corporation either because of a site survey or due to some other reason, it doesn’t mean the breach notice should go unchallenged.
The application of overtime rates to casual employees has been confirmed by the Fair Work Commission.
Whilst the NANA office will be closed over the Christmas and New Year holiday period from 22 December and will reopen on 3 January, Members will still be able to contact NANA by phone on 1300 113 044 or by email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Newsagents across NSW and ACT have reported a problem with the NSW Lotteries settlement reports for the period 30 November to 3 December 2017. The previous balance, even though it has been paid/settled, has been carried forward resulting in significantly higher payment due figures. Depending on trading at individual outlets, the payment due figure may […]
Running a Newsagency can be tough. NANA knows that is the case but how much tougher would it be if you were trying to build your business from scratch without any financial help even though you still have the day to day running costs such as your rent, etc.? As such one of the most […]
NANA is concerned that there are still Newsagents that have not finalised their arrangements for the compulsory insurance coverage required by NSW Lotteries as a condition of the franchise agreement. Newspack Insurance Broking can quickly arrange cover and will conform details with NSW Lotteries to ensure they know your lotteries outlet is covered and meets […]
NSW Lotteries are expected to announce later today that they will henceforth reduce their requirements for the DigiPOS components of the retail image upgrade.
The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission has applied to the Federal Court for judicial review of the Australian Competition Tribunal’s decision to grant authorisation for Tabcorp Holdings Limited to acquire Tatts Group Limited.