Industry Updates


N-View receives positive reviews

Thanks to all the newsagents who participated in our surveys for N-View late last year and to the industry partners who gave their views; it all added up to give a thorough picture of the industry and viagra at discount price many have commented what a good read it was. Make sure you continue to subscribe to National Newsagent in 2015 to ensure you don’t miss any publications.

National Newsagent will again be available through Gordon and Gotch in February and a $92.50 subscription buys you every issue, N-View, online and app access, not to mention invaluable information.


Look further afield

If you are looking to grow your convenience business in 2015 you need to attend C&I Expo this March. Get a head start on your competitors and learn about the latest consumer and retailer trends.

C&I 2015 will give you practical ideas to take back to your workplace, and a face to face look at the latest convenience products and services.


Promote your business

There is a renewed focus on small businesses in Australia. National and buy cheap proscar without a prescription regional newspapers have been highlighting small family businesses. Take advantage of the opportunity to promote your business and the newsagency channel at the same time.

Rod and Beth Bradley were featured in the Cairns Post as they opened another newsagency as were Karen and Andrew Hay on opening their second outlet.


NSW Lotteries Moratorium

The NANA team has travelled across NSW to 14 venues attended by over 500 newsagents to inform newsagents of the actions being taken in relation to the scheduled end of the NSW Lotteries moratorium on 31 March.

NANA CEO Andrew Packham said newsagents were satisfied with the work being done and the plans in place to defend the newsagency sector.


RBA Payments Consultation Group(PCG) - Newsagents lead small business further

As a result of the detailed work newsagents have assisted us to complete on the Monetary Policy Liaison Group, and the additional support newsagents provided through the RBA payment cost survey, the ANF has been invited to be a part of the inaugural Payments Consultation Group.

ANF COO Adam Joy represented newsagents on Wednesday 10 December providing detailed accounts and evidence of a payment system that creates division between large and small enterprise often at the confusion of the consumer. The event was hosted by Dr Tony Richards Head of Payment Policy RBA and Assistant Governor (financial System) and deputy Chair of the Payment Systems board Malcom Edey. In attendance were 20 industries focused on achieving a transparent competitive and sustainable payment system.



Goods and safe places to order cialis Services Tax (GST) has been in operation for some time now yet there remains confusion around GST and Input tax credits (ITC)

The Australian Taxation Office (ATO) inform us they are still receiving business activity statements (BAS) containing errors. Most of these errors relate to the over-claiming of GST input tax credits (ITCs) but in general, can be attributed to a misinterpretation (or lack of knowledge) of GST legislation.


ANF at the National Armed Robbery Forum

ANF COO Adam Joy recently represented newsagents at the National Armed Robbery Forum, hosted by the Australian Institute of Criminology (AIC). This meeting was designed to bring together law enforcement and buy viagra low cost industry representatives. The forum provided an opportunity for stakeholders to exchange ideas, discuss current and emerging trends in armed robbery and responses to this crime. However, the primary purpose was to inform and shape the AIC’s armed robbery research agenda.

The five main topics for discussion and further research were:


PPS Calling Card Service Closure

See below commmunication sent to some newsagents by PPS.

Dear Retailer,

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