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RACQ petrol price mischief?
2 weeks ago

RACQ petrol price mischief?

By  •  Petrol pricing

Petrol price discounting cycles ended in three capital cities over the past week resulting in increases in average petrol prices in Adelaide, Melbourne and Brisbane. In the case of Adelaide, …
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Agenda released and registrations open for APFI Forum 2019
3 weeks ago

Agenda released and registrations open for APFI Forum 2019

By  •  APFI Forum

The Asia Pacific Fuel Industry Forum is an annual fuel industry forum developed for fuel businesses operating in Australia and New Zealand and has been delivered by ACAPMA for the …
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Action required by all NSW Site Operators
1 month ago

Action required by all NSW Site Operators

By  •  Compliance

The NSW Environmental Protection Agency recently announced the expiry of all Class 2, 3 and 4 exemptions to the secondary leak detection requirements under the 2008 UPSS regulations, and has …
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2019 Budget benefits available for businesses now
2 months ago

2019 Budget benefits available for businesses now

By  •  Budget

The Australian Government handed down the 2019-20 Federal Budget on Tuesday night. The Budget was significant in that it forecast the first national surplus in more than a decade, hopefully …
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Former Treasurer Costello to open the APFI Forum 2019
2 months ago

Former Treasurer Costello to open the APFI Forum 2019

By  •  APFI Forum

The Australian petrol-convenience industry is facing a period of unprecedented change. New vehicle technologies, petro-politics and seismic changes in the national retail market over the past 12 months, suggest that …
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Petrol prices higher because Canberrans won’t shop around: servo group
2 months ago

Petrol prices higher because Canberrans won’t shop around: servo group

Canberra’s petrol prices are higher in part because the city’s “affluent” population is not as sensitive to price signals as other jurisdictions, an ACT parliamentary inquiry has heard.

Australasian Convenience …
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Migrant Workers Taskforce releases final report
3 months ago

Migrant Workers Taskforce releases final report

By  •  Employment

In October 2016, the Australian Government established the Migrant Workers Task Force and protected Professor Allan Fels AO, a former Commissioner of the ACCC, as the Chair of the Task …
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Retail fuel demand in Australia (5 year trends)
3 months ago

Retail fuel demand in Australia (5 year trends)

By  •  Feature

ACAPMA estimates that the End-Stream segment of the Australia fuel industry (i.e. fuel wholesale and fuel retail businesses) operates from assets valued at more than $28B and employs more than …
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Political noise persists on petrol prices
3 months ago

Political noise persists on petrol prices

By  •  Information

On Tuesday 19 February 2019, the ACCC released its regular quarterly analysis of average petrol prices in Australia.

The report, discussing fuel prices during the financial quarter ending 31 December …
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New Modern Slavery Laws for Australian Businesses
3 months ago

New Modern Slavery Laws for Australian Businesses

By  •  Information

The concept of Modern Slavery is a relatively broad term that refers to situations where a person cannot refuse to work (or leave work) due to threats of violence, deception …
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