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You, market competition and the Law
6 days ago

You, market competition and the Law

By  •  Legal

Given the level of continuous scrutiny of the Australian fuel market, a good knowledge of the Australian Competition and Consumer Act (2010) – which is commonly referred to as Australian …
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Fuel prices, protests & public policy
2 weeks ago

Fuel prices, protests & public policy

By  •  Feature

Friday the 26th of October and Saturday the 27th of October 2018 marked the conduct of a two-day national boycott of service stations across Australia, as widely promoted on social …
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Time to prepare for fuel price reporting in QLD
3 weeks ago

Time to prepare for fuel price reporting in QLD

By  •  Information

Regular readers of this newsletter will be aware that, earlier this year, the Queensland Government announced its’ intention to introduce a two-year trial of compulsory fuel price reporting laws from …
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Motorists plan ‘fuel strike’ as prices soar
3 weeks ago

Motorists plan ‘fuel strike’ as prices soar

A PLANNED two-day boycott of service stations to protest record high fuel prices will be “not even a rounding error” to the industry, the NRMA says.

Around 85,000 people …
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National fuel strike: Petrol price pain prompts fed-up motorist to call for fuel boycott
3 weeks ago

National fuel strike: Petrol price pain prompts fed-up motorist to call for fuel boycott

A motorist fed up with high petrol prices is calling on drivers across Australia to boycott service stations for one day in a bid to address the cost of …
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Small business blames ‘real tightening’ in credit on the banking royal commission
1 month ago

Small business blames ‘real tightening’ in credit on the banking royal commission

Small business says it is facing a credit crunch and is blaming the royal commission into financial services for causing nervous banks to slow lending to the self-employed.

Staff Safety in the face of boycotts
1 month ago

Staff Safety in the face of boycotts

By  •  Safety

With the recent social media calls for boycotts of service stations there is growing concern within the industry for the safety of staff. In light of the calls for violence, …
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ACAPMA Industry Evening
1 month ago

ACAPMA Industry Evening

By  •  ACAPMA

ACAPMA invites Members to attend the 2018 ACAPMA Industry Evening in Melbourne on 24th October 2018.  The event, encompassing a Townhall session on best practice management of casuals in light …
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Soaring petrol prices: Servos told to advise staff about how to deal with aggressive customers
1 month ago

Soaring petrol prices: Servos told to advise staff about how to deal with aggressive customers

ANGER over soaring petrol prices has fuelled fears service station workers are in danger of being attacked by hostile customers.

An industry body has advised businesses “to make sure that …
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Disingenuous commentary fuels national price hysteria
2 months ago

Disingenuous commentary fuels national price hysteria

By  •  Feature

Debate about petrol prices in Australia is a long held national pastime. And let’s face it, the theatrics of the debate have often been entertaining if not more than a …
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