The National Retail Association (NRA) has today announced that it will partner with the Victorian Government ahead of the state’s
The release of the final report of the Select Committee on Electric Vehicles shows Australia is at risk of being
In Australia, the energy efficiency of refrigerated cabinets is currently regulated through the Greenhouse and Energy Minimum Standards (Refrigerated Display Cabinets) Determination 2012 under the Greenhouse and Energy Minimum Standards Act 2012.
MotorMouth Pty Ltd has urged South Australians not to fall for the mandated fuel price transparency con.
The illicit tobacco trade in Australia is costing huge dollars in tax revenue and the Federal Government has been determined to bring this costly criminal activity under control.
Already on the record as supporting the use of eCigarettes to help people quit, Public Health England (PHE) has released an updated independent review into the use of eCigarettes and the findings couldn’t be clearer: eCigarettes pose a fraction of the risks of smoking and switching completely from smoking to vaping conveys substantial health benefits.
Barnaby Joyce Transport Minister has rejected the idea of following in the footsteps of overseas countries that have banned the sales of new petrol-run cars, in favour of electric vehicles.
The Australasian Association of Convenience Stores (AACS) has welcomed comments by Colin Mendelsohn, associate professor and tobacco treatment specialist at the University of NSW, for saying that Australia needed to embrace vaping and eCigarettes.
Pressure is mounting on NSW Environment Minister Gabriella Upton over the introduction of the Container Deposit Scheme (CDS), which has started today across the state.
Consumer advocacy group Choice has called on all Australian states and territories to honour gift card value for at least years after their issue date.
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.
The government is in favour of principles-based approach for product packaging in response to industry calls to review measurement labelling laws.