The illegal tobacco industry in Australia is variously estimated to be equivalent to around 14 per cent of total volume.
The Victorian Government has released an update to the rules and regulations regarding the sale, advertising, and display of tobacco and e-cigarettes
The newly released Federal Budget brought relief for some retailers last night, with a familiar focus on ‘jobs and growth’
The ABC has reported on a rumour that the Australian Government has won a dispute regarding international tobacco plain packaging.
Philip Morris International has announced a new capital investment to convert a Greek cigarette plant over to production of Reduced-Risk Products.
University students are invited to test their talent for innovation in the 2017 AACS Convenience Innovation Challenge.
While specialist vaping shops are now popping up everywhere and the internet is flooded with vaping sites, Australian Health Authorities are continuing to ignore mounting consumer demand for safer alternatives to conventional cigarettes.
Research by AACS shows most respondents support the legalisation of e-cigarettes, but when will we see change?
The ACCC says cigarette companies will not be allowed to stop supplying retailers caught selling illicit tobacco
Revelations that illicit tobacco may be helping to fund international terrorist networks have been met with support from the P&C sector.
Cigarette companies Philip Morris and Zen Sensation have made undertakings to not supply cigarettes that fail to comply with Australia’s mandatory Reduced Fire Risk safety standard.