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MIB Facilities completes new Caltex Lismore Site
3 weeks ago

MIB Facilities completes new Caltex Lismore Site

MIB Facilities has completed construction on the new Caltex Lismore site.

A press release from MIB said the site had been closed following the flood damage caused by Cyclone Debbie …
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Woolworths Cloncurry and fuel station to close but IGA to move in
3 weeks ago

Woolworths Cloncurry and fuel station to close but IGA to move in

Cloncurry residents will lose their Woolworths store in March when the Woolies lease expires though IGA are set to move in instead.

The Woolies closure on Friday March 22 means that …
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Caltex unveils new Melbourne ‘concept’ store
1 month ago

Caltex unveils new Melbourne ‘concept’ store

Caltex has revealed a new petrol and convenience concept store, The Foodary, in a Melbourne suburb.

According to Caltex, The Foodary in Derrimut “provides a glimpse into the future of …
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ACT Liberals to trial real-time fuel watch scheme if elected
1 month ago

ACT Liberals to trial real-time fuel watch scheme if elected

The ACT Liberals have pledged to trial real-time petrol pricing if they are elected into government, as calls for the territory to combat Canberra’s consistently high fuel prices grow.


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Tyro has saved businesses over $1.5 million in merchant fees
3 months ago

Tyro has saved businesses over $1.5 million in merchant fees

Tyro has revealed that its “Tap and Save” campaign has saved Australian merchants over $1.5 million in transaction and service fees since its launch in March 2018 by using the eftpos …
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High petrol prices may push up the cost of fresh food for consumers
4 months ago

High petrol prices may push up the cost of fresh food for consumers

The Master Grocers Association is warning that a rise in petrol and diesel prices could also lead to a rise in the price of fresh foods.

Unleaded petrol prices have …
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Small business blames ‘real tightening’ in credit on the banking royal commission
5 months 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.

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‘Inherently unfair’: the human misery of franchisin
9 months ago

‘Inherently unfair’: the human misery of franchisin

Franchising by its very nature is inherently unfair, says former Brumby’s franchising chain founder Michael Sherlock.

Speaking in Brisbane at the parliamentary inquiry into franchising, Sherlock didn’t pull any punches. …
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‘Unknown’ franchise mediator calls for beefed-up body
9 months ago

‘Unknown’ franchise mediator calls for beefed-up body

The man appointed to settle disputes in the scandal-plagued $144 billion franchising industry admits many small operators in the sector don’t know he exists, and has called for a more powerful body …
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Independent body needed to oversee franchising system, say lawyers
9 months ago

Independent body needed to oversee franchising system, say lawyers

An independent regulatory body is needed to oversee the franchising system, lawyers will tell a parliamentary inquiry on Friday.

Maurice Blackburn Principal Giri Sivaraman, who has acted pro-bono for exploited 7-Eleven and Caltex workers, …
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