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Budget delivers extended tax benefits for businesses
3 days ago

Budget delivers extended tax benefits for businesses

By  •  ACAPMA, Budget

In the wake of a once-in-a-century pandemic, Federal Treasurer the Hon. Josh Frydenberg delivered an important Federal Budget that provides strong foundations for the recovery of the Australian Economy post …
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Extreme care required for new fuel security laws
3 days ago

Extreme care required for new fuel security laws

Over the past 12 months, ACAPMA has been engaged with other stakeholders in a discussion with the Australian government about the need for, and design of, new laws seeking to …
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Workplace Surveillance
1 week ago

Workplace Surveillance

In the downstream petroleum industry there are situations where workplace surveillance will be a business and safety imperative, but the implementation of any surveillance can cause fear and contention in …
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“Casual employment a mess” – help us sort it out
11 months ago

“Casual employment a mess” – help us sort it out

The Federal Attorney General has recently established five national IR Working Groups, comprising employer and employee representatives, with the goal of improving the effective operation of the employment landscape as …
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Tasmanian Government to introduce mandatory fuel price reporting scheme

There is no evidence mandatory fuel price reporting translates into price drops at the bowser, a national petrol peak body claims.

The state government on Tuesday announced it would follow …
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ACAPMA COVIDSafe Plan and Free COVID Awareness Training Released
12 months ago

ACAPMA COVIDSafe Plan and Free COVID Awareness Training Released

By  •  ACAPMA, Training, Feature

Last week ACAPMA launched the Fuel Industry Specific COVIDSafe Plan template and guide.  This week the ACAPMA online COVID Awareness Training for wholesale and retail fuel staff completes the circle.  …
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NT Chief Minister threatens ‘extreme measures’ against fuel companies to enforce lower petrol prices
1 year ago

NT Chief Minister threatens ‘extreme measures’ against fuel companies to enforce lower petrol prices

The Chief Minister says he will take “extreme measures” to reduce fuel costs in the NT after the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission [ACCC] confirmed Territorians were paying more than …
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Service station owners say they are NOT price-gouging on petrol despite making record profits – as the state with cheapest fuel is revealed
1 year ago

Service station owners say they are NOT price-gouging on petrol despite making record profits – as the state with cheapest fuel is revealed

Servo owners have insisted they are not price-gouging despite making record profits on fuel.

Petrol prices in Australia have slumped since the COVID-19 pandemic began with the average cost of unleaded fuel …
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Fuel prices vary dramatically, but it’s not price gouging say service station owners
1 year ago

Fuel prices vary dramatically, but it’s not price gouging say service station owners

Petrol has not been this cheap since 2004, but many motorists watching the global price of oil plunge feel like it should be lower still.

Figures from the Australian Institute …
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Petrol price fight could drive small Canberra independents out of business
1 year ago

Petrol price fight could drive small Canberra independents out of business

Pressure from ACT Chief Minister Andrew Barr to force petrol prices below $1 a litre could send Canberra’s independent service station owners with locked-in fuel contracts out of business.

Mr …
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