A Melbourne convenience store owner has been accused of racism for putting up a sign in his window, banning black teenagers from his store.
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.
Service station staff members were threatened early Monday morning by a man with a weapon during a robbery in Adelaide.
Amid speculation and debate about a sugar-tax in Australia, an Australian beverage start-up has hedged its bets with new brand
A survey has revealed that most convenience retailers in the UK offer staff less than 10 hours of in-store training
The Fair Work Ombudsman has spoken out against exploitative practices against vulnerable workers, in an address to a Senate inquiry
A warning has been issued to all workers in the convenience industry following a murder at a Caltex in Queanbeyan
Scott Herbert has moved over to United Convenience Buyers, where he fills a variety of roles including merchandise manager and business development.
Reckitt Benckiser has been ordered to pay up to $6 million after losing a High Court appeal. The Federal Court
Ocean Spray International Services has recently appointed David Wingate into the role of category business development manager, to lead Ocean
The April/May issue of C&I Retailing is out now, with print editions of Australia’s leading Petrol and Convenience sector magazine making their way to subscribers around the nation.
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