OzHarvest has today opened Australia’s first rescued food market in Kensington in Sydney, providing food and resources at a lower cost than supermarkets.
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A woman accused of attacking two customers at a Sydney 7-Eleven has faced court on charges of intent to
An outback general store owner who was alleged to have financially exploited his customers with a credit scheme has been fined $167500 for engaging in unconscionable and unlicensed conduct.
A warning has been issued to all workers in the convenience industry following a murder at a Caltex in Queanbeyan
Fair Work Australia has reported “widespread” incidence of underpayment at United Petroleum outlets. A Fair Work Ombudsman (FWO) Activity Report
Scott Herbert has moved over to United Convenience Buyers, where he fills a variety of roles including merchandise manager and business development.
We continue on from last week’s installment on EFTPOS surcharging, to examine the issue from the grass roots level of a small C-store, and in the view of our peak representative body.
Overcharging customers for using EFTPOS is soon going to be a thing of the past, but will the local corner store survive without passing the buck?
University students are invited to test their talent for innovation in the 2017 AACS Convenience Innovation Challenge.
A gourmet foods supplier in WA will be taken to court over an employee who said she was discriminated against during her maternity leave.