The first batch of payments rebating NANA Members for the cost of their compulsory lotteries insurance has now been completed. The 100% rebates to Members have been well received and directly reduce the costs of Members doing business.
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 email@example.com.
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 […]
Newspack Insurance Broking has experienced significant growth in a range of policy types and in the service it gives to newsagents across Australia in the past six months.
Despite recent reminders and warnings from NSW Lotteries and NANA, 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. As late as earlier today, Newspack Insurance broking was still receiving enquiries from Newsagents in […]
At $133 including all charges, Newspack Insurance Broking have launched what NANA believes to be the lowest cost insurance required to meet NSW/Tatts Lotteries insurance requirements. See the attached information and easily apply for what NANA believes to be the best price in the market. View details of the Newspack Insurance Broking offer by clicking […]
The NSW Government has delayed introduction of the Fire and Emergency Services Levy, due to start in July, over concerns it may harm small-to-medium businesses.
Newspack Insurance Broking recently heard from a former policy holder Newsagent who had decided to chase a discount by changing their insurance provider and going with a retail consumer brand insurance company that is trying to break into small business insurance.