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Otter, Queenscliff Newsagency (Retail);
Tracey McVea and Vaughan Lawrence,
newsXpress Beechworth (Technology);
Dawn Moore, Nextra Sunbury
PUBLISHERS TRY NEW WAYS OF
More DISMAL RESULTS FOR
MAGAZINES as circulations drop,
especially in weekly titles and
newspapers are down from 3% to
14.63% for the AFR on Saturdays.
Industry restructuring called for.
Sanity prevails as FAIRFAX AGREES TO
ABANDON SPLIT DELIVERIES of The
New regulations touted for Lotteries in
News Magazines enters into agreement
with Express Publications (EMG) to
publish the majority of News Magazines’
ANF SIGNED AN AGREEMENT WITH
NANA completing the national unity.
SPECIALIST DEPOTS making economies
with newspaper distribution.
John Sands MD, Ray Mundy, and
Hallmark Cards MD, Russell Parker
predict a LONG TERM FUTURE FOR
GREETING CARDS and related products.
CONSUMER SPENDING IS DOWN
AND RETAILERS SUFFER.
Chaing Lim appointed as new CEO for
South Australian Government
announces its intention to create
LOTTERY SUB-LICENSES to the private
CONSUMER SPENDING plummets.
A&R and Borders stores close.
IPS creates NEW DISTRIBUTION MODEL
to suit newsagents.
All sectors of the industry examine how
to RESTRUCTURE in a changing market
Newspaper publishers hire Deloitte to
create a newsagency survey.
SOUTH AUSTRALIAN NEWSAGENTS
OF THE YEAR announced. Marten
Byers and Coral Giles from Somerton
Park Newsagency (Distribution);
Jason and Grant Mann, Chit Chat
Newsagency (Retail); Philip Jenner,
Port Mall Newsagency (Technology);
Naomi Eichler, Mannum Newsagency
TASMANIAN NEWSAGENTS OF THE
YEAR announced: Cameron and
Sandra Smith, Beach Newsagency
(Distribution); Terry and Russell Vokes,
Longford Newsagency (Retail); Suzanne
and David Clarke, The Mall Newsagency
(Technology); Heather Tew, New Town
ECONOMY SLOW BUT INNOVATIVE
THINKING AT LARGE FOR THE
Gordon and Gotch CLOSES SCRIBO book
SA lottery agents offered a five year
buffer against competition if lottery sale
Australia’s RETAIL RENTS THE
HIGHEST in the world.
Costco to open in Sydney.
CARBON TAX no joy for newsagents.
DOUBLE DIGIT GROWTH FOR WESTERN
Publishers at loss to understand early
returns of proven saleable stock.
IPS explains the ‘pull’ model.
QNF conference promotes
SUSTAINABILITY IN NEWSAGENCIES.
Nation Wide News unveils the first of its
newsagency makeovers as part of THE
RETAIL REMEDY PROGRAM.
WESTERN AUSTRALIA NEWSAGENTS
OF THE YEAR awards announced:
Marilyn Bryant, Nextra Ellenbrooke
News (Retail); Michael and Wayne Van
Dyk, United News (Distribution); Reg
Leaver, Dianella News (Technology).
ANF industry report shows industry
TLC launches brilliant reward card for
for a sustainable future
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Marketing & Promotions
The IPS “Pull” supply model grants
primary control of titles and supplies to
NEWSAGENTS URGED TO
REINVENT THEMSELVES AS PRINT
ANF prepares report for
REVIEW into the Structure and
Performance of the Australian Retail
Newsagents lobby for EFTPOS
WHSmith comes back to Australia at
the Sydney International Airport.
Fairfax embarked on ILL-ADVISED
PLAN to merge SMH’s TV Guide and
the Sun Herald’s TV program allowing
customers to choose when they
wanted it delivered.
Newsagents win $12,000 cash in
ACP’s ‘I LOVE MAGAZINES’ campaign.
Collins Debden supports the
campaign to save the Tasmanian devil
Shopping Centre Council lobbies to
prevent AMENDMENTS TO LEASING
giving more say to tenants and
retailers are urged to have their
say through their local member of
Newsagents urged to reinvent
themselves (and let the poor
operators go out of business and stop
giving the industry a bad name).
National Newsagent celebrates
21 YEARS OF PUBLISHING for
THEJOURNAL OF THENEWSAGENCY INDUSTRYINAUSTRALIA
NN still stroNg
after 21 years...
21 great ideas!
Not all bad
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