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.
The Fair Work Ombudsman has spoken out against exploitative practices against vulnerable workers, in an address to a Senate inquiry
Two Australian fuel services providers will lock horns in a legal stoush over accusations of patent infringement.
Fair Work Australia has reported “widespread” incidence of underpayment at United Petroleum outlets. A Fair Work Ombudsman (FWO) Activity Report
Liberal Democrat Senator David Leyonhjelm has voiced his support for the sale of packaged alcohol in the convenience sector, following
An interim report on the effects of red tape on alcohol sales is expected to be tabled in parliament by the end of this week.
The Advertising Standards Bureau (ASB) has cleared a Unilever advertisement after complaints of sexualisation. A recent ad for Streets Ice-Creams
A gourmet foods supplier in WA will be taken to court over an employee who said she was discriminated against during her maternity leave.
A Caltex franchisee who acted as spokesperson for a recent protest march in Sydney has accused the company of targeting his business for termination, for his speaking out against the Caltex franchise model.
A report on the prospect of allowing alcohol sales in C-stores, scheduled for release to the public today, will not be released until a later date.