Petrol prices across Sydney have begun to fall and are expected to fall below a $1 per litre according to NRMA spokesperson Peter Khoury
A planning dispute has arisen over a new OTR development proposed in the South Australian suburb of Kensington Park, leaving the future of the new fuel outlet in doubt.
MotorMouth has called on the NT government to explain its reasoning behind plans to replicate the pre-existing fuel price information service.
Western Australian company Scancam has changed the game with its anti-fuel theft and debt recovery system
P&C’s number one brand of smart-phone accessories will donate a minimum of $10,000 to the McGrath Foundation to support its fight against breast cancer
A violent robbery at a Werribee C-store earlier this week has prompted AACS CEO Jeff Rogut to call on the Victorian Government to take a tougher stance on crime, condemning a lack of action against crimes in the P&C sector
One of the most important aspects of running a service station is the safety of staff, and in such a unique retail environment, the kinds of crimes encountered are also unique. The ‘drive-off’, or petrol theft, costs the industry around $66 million every year.
BP Australia will donate a portion of the next week’s-worth of fuel sales to the McGrath Foundation, in support of the Breast Care Nurses who care for thousands of families around the nation that are affected by breast cancer.
Former Coles Express executive Richard Pearson will join Caltex Australia as part of the company’s “Freedom of Convenience” strategy.
March quarter petrol prices rose to an average of 129.1 cents per litre, heading towards the last peak of 133.2 cents in September 2015.
Australian fuel retailer Caltex has been given regulatory approval to purchase Gull New Zealand as part of its plan to increase its retail business