A fight broke out at popular a Redfern convenience store last Friday night, resulting in three hospitalisations and two arrests.
Caltex has parted ways with Leo Burnett and appointed Saatchi & Saatchi as its new creative agency. Following a competitive
The NSW Supreme Court ruled in 7-Eleven’s favour that its actions of terminating a franchisee were a justified response to
A New Zealand convenience store staff member has had to recover from a serious fright after a daylight armed robbery,
Caltex will not be opposed by the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) in its bid to acquire a chain
An assistance fund of $20 million will be set up by Caltex Australia for employees who have been underpaid by
The annual Australasian Association of Convenience Stores (AACS) State of the Industry Report is set to be released next week
Leighton O’Brien has entered into a contract with 7-Eleven extending the wetstock monitoring program, they announced today. The agreement is part
United Petroleum has swooped in to rescue embattled purveyor of fine pasty goods, Pie Face, but the purchase price remains a mystery pack.
A decommissioned bitumen facility was been re-opened last week after it was purchased by Puma Energy. Originally decommissioned by BP,
Union leaders have called for the Fair Work Ombudsman to hold fuel companies BP and Caltex accountable for the underpayment of workers aboard a contracted fuel vessel.
Service station staff members were threatened early Monday morning by a man with a weapon during a robbery in Adelaide.