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Political noise persists on petrol prices
2 days 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
1 week 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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HR Highlight:  Easter Holiday Break, time to get ready now
3 weeks ago

HR Highlight: Easter Holiday Break, time to get ready now

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The Christmas and New Year break is now behind us and hot crossed buns are in the bakeries and the chocolate eggs are on the shelves, which means Easter is …
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Perth motorists warned of fuel price deception from petrol stations
1 month ago

Perth motorists warned of fuel price deception from petrol stations

Petrol stations are trying to hoodwink motorists and cheat the Government’s FuelWatch service, which aims to help drivers fill up their tanks for as little as possible.

FuelWatch …
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National Measurement Institute uncovers fuel pump inaccuracies
1 month ago

National Measurement Institute uncovers fuel pump inaccuracies

Inspectors will conduct a fuel pump blitz because of a rise in service stations caught short-changing drivers at the bowser.

National Measurement Institute experts testing petrol and diesel dispenser accuracy …
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Christmas comes early for motorists as global oil crash wipes out 2018’s petrol price increases
2 months ago

Christmas comes early for motorists as global oil crash wipes out 2018’s petrol price increases

Petrol prices are coming down, down for Christmas.

Just two months ago motorists around the country were plotting nationwide fuel boycotts to protest record high prices, but a sudden crash in …
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National Petroleum Contractor Training Standards
3 months ago

National Petroleum Contractor Training Standards

By  •  Training

One of the issues that was brought to ACAPMA soon after the demise of the Australian Petroleum Industry Contractors and Suppliers Association (APICSA), was the need for development of a …
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NSW forecourt runoff consultation closes 30 November 2018
3 months ago

NSW forecourt runoff consultation closes 30 November 2018

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Last month, the NSW EPA released new Guidance in the form of a new Draft Practice Note entitled: Managing Run-Off from Service Station Forecourts (For a copy of the Guideline …
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It’s time to pay on time
3 months ago

It’s time to pay on time

By  •  Advocacy

The principal of every small and family-owned business in Australia will tell you that cashflow is crucial to their survival – and being paid on time is an essential element …
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Tasmanians paying 30c per litre over wholesale fuel price, motoring body says
3 months ago

Tasmanians paying 30c per litre over wholesale fuel price, motoring body says

The Royal Automobile Club of Tasmania (RACT) said motorists were paying too much for petrol and diesel, with service stations ignoring a recent drop in wholesale prices.

The organisation said …
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