Welcome to the Australian Lottery and Newsagents’ Association

The Australian Lottery and Newsagents’ Association (ALNA) is the peak industry body representing Australian newsagencies and lottery agents. There are 4000 individually owned and operated newsagencies in the country and together they make up Australia's largest retail and home delivery group.
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ALNA Membership

Through strength and size, the ALNA has the necessary means to achieve outcomes difficult to achieve by a single business.

For just $876 per annum*, your ALNA membership gives you access to industry representation, complimentary advice on industrial relations and leasing matters, discounts on insurance, access to accredited industry training courses, and so much more.

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*Membership prices vary by state. Membership fee is capped at $876 per annum.

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Industry Updates


Hasbro Family Favourites Mini Board Game promotion

News Corp's October campaign is another opportunity for newsagents to drive more customers into stores.

The Hasbro Family Favourites Mini Board Game promotion offers 14 games for customers to collect including Monopoly, Trivial Pursuit, Battleship, etc.


SA Regional Trip

It was great to get away from the office and head out for my annual 'South East' regional store visits last week. Normally, I get away on one of these regional trips each month, to different areas of the state (including NT once a year) and it is an opportunity to see which stores have created change to their offer that will help their business improve.

ALNA member stores visited over the busy 500 km each way two-day trip, heading to Mount Gambier via one route and back to Adelaide on another, which included: Keith, Penola, MGM, Fosters, Chapmans, Millicent, Robe & Williams Kingston SE. It was really nice to meet a couple of members and staff for the first time. It is always a pleasure to catch up with all of you who have continued your support and friendship over the years.


SA MEMBERS | Message from ALNA & Small Business Commissioner

With the recent storms and power failures across the State, it is timely for all businesses to review their insurance cover.

Some of the questions to ask yourself (and your insurance company or broker) are:


ALNA Retailer Member Meeting - Lotterywest

Last week, immediately prior to ALNA's meeting with Lotterywest, ALNA invited a small group of retailers together to discuss their concerns with the Lotterywest Retail Transformation Project.

Attendees included the number one ranked Lotterywest retailer, Raj Selvendra, together with a number of other top ranked retailers, stores who had undergone the new Lotterywest fitout and new signage, including one of the Lotterywest Concept stores. All types of retailers were represented from kiosks to pharmacy to one terminal outlets to four terminal outlets.


Lotterywest Update

Return on Investment and New Signage and Signage Strategy - All Lottery Retailers Only

ALNA's chief executive Alf Maccioni and state manager Sarah Garvey, together with ALNA's appointed Return on Investment Consultants, met with Lotterywest again last week to continue discussions on the ROI Analysis, new signage strategy and other retailer concerns. As retailers are aware, ALNA has appointed consultants to carry out a ROI analysis with regard to the Lotterywest RTP.


Australian Lottery And Newsagents' Association - Board Announcement

In early August we announced the short term transition plan for ALNA CEO. We shared that our succession planning over the last 5 years will be implemented and Adam Joy was appointed interim CEO. The Board have spent the last month conducting an in depth analysis of the current skill sets possessed by all of the ALNA team and identifying the skill gaps that require development and/or acquisition.

So it is with great pleasure that the Board announce Adam Joy as the new Chief Executive Officer of ALNA from 30 September 2016. Adam has been with ALNA for the last 7.5 years, during this time many of you have met with Adam and experienced his passion and drive for the channel.


ALNA calls on Tasmanian Government to change Tobacco Licence fee increase model

ALNA Tasmania has written to Minister for Health Michael Ferguson - and copied in every member of the parliamentary Liberal Party including the Premier - to strongly argue about the inequity and size of the across the board increases to Tobacco Licence fees proposed in the new Healthy Tasmania Strategic Plan.

We sought the support of the Tasmanian Small Business Council (TSBC) who we asked to co-sign the letter.


Australian Lottery and Newsagents' Association Announcement

Last week ALNA Chief Executive Officer, Alf Maccioni shared with ALNA Directors his decision to continue his career beyond the walls of the Australian Lottery and Newsagents' Association. The Board are truly grateful for his efforts and service to the channel and are sure you agree he will be sorely missed; we hope you join us in wishing him well for the next challenge he chooses to pursue.

Alf Maccioni has served the industry selflessly over the last 7+ years, Alf has been instrumental in developing and maintaining relationships with members, Industry, politicians and Government bodies. In the last 7 ½ years the team under Alf have achieved significant financial savings and results for members and created syndicated efficiencies reducing duplication and increasing productivity.

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