Rewarding the best retailers.
Don’t mention ‘doom and gloom’ to NRA CEO, Trevor Evans.
NRA calls for action.
Retailers welcome passage of card payment surcharge laws
Lunar New Year prosperity to retailers.
Christmas trading hours relaxed.
Complex trading rules could change in Queensland.
Dear Santa: Kitchen appliances and electronics, please.
Yum! Restaurants International HR officer scoops top gong.
ABS retail trade figures show clear need for economic reform.
Young retailers get recognition they deserve.
Confidence and retail trade figures up.
Casino and entertainment precinct a win for retailers.
GST broadens to include international online purchases under $1000.
Retailers acknowledge that the youth of today are the leaders of tomorrow.
Surge in spending boosts retail trade.
Tony Lowings from KFC wins CEO of the year.
National Retail Association's guide to employment law 101.
Today is the final day for entries in the NRA Young Retailer of the Year Award. The award is open to retailers 25 years and under and can be a real boost to a youngster's career.
We have more retail trends for 2014 - and these ones are actually pretty good - plus new business software to monitor employee expenses and voice-control logistics, ASIC looks to YouTube and cash rate contrasts among the ARA, NRA and ANRA.
The decision to close the GST loophole on imported goods valued at less than $1000 has not been made; instead has been delayed until March next year.
Retailers have taken the September ABS Retail Trade figures as a possible hopeful indication of how tradiing will be during the all-important upcoming Christmas period.
In the lead up to Christmas, retailers start to think about bringing on more staff to meet customer demands and help cope with busier stores. But the big question for retailers is how to retain staff, especially younger workers, once they've spent the tim
In the lead up to the federal election this Saturday, signs of nervousness are more obvious than ever as consumers continue to spend cautiously, which is reflective of the latest Australian Bureau of Statistics Retail Trade Figures.
Gold Coast's Supercheap Auto Bundall store employee Alex Oldfield has been awarded the 2013 National Retail Association Young Retailer of the Year at the NRA's 40th anniversary award ceremony in Melbourne.
Retailers are demanding economic and political stability to bring consumer confidence back so they begin spending once again.
Owners and managers of retailers including Dick Smith, Myer, David Jones, Woolworths and Rebel Sport are some of top 25 finalists in the running for the National Retail Association Young Retailer of the Year title.
While retailers have been urging the Reserve Bank to drop the cash rate further to help ease increasing pressures, the Board has decided to leave it unchanged.
The Minimum Wage Panel has decided there will be a 2.6 per cent increase on the national minimum wage, leaving retailers feeling uneasy.
Nominations deadline for the Young Retailer of the Year Award has been extended to Friday, May 31.
The collapse has left many small independents retailers isolated but the NRA is stepping to offer members a helping hand.
The National Retail Association has slammed the Gillard government for fiddling with industrial relations arrangement.
Retailers have mixed feelings about the Reserve Bank’s decision to leave the cash rate unchanged at 3 per cent.
Retailers have welcomed the Gillard Government's decision to implement recommendations made by the LVT Processing Taskforce to reduce the $1000 GST threshold.
As the nation stopped to watch the Melbourne Cup race, retailers held to their breaths for the Reserve Bank's decision on the cash rate.
The National Retail Association has appointed Trevor Evans as the new executive director.
The ABS trade figures show that while brighter trade results of 1.2 per cent were achieved in June, they have flatlined in July with turnover falling 0.8 per cent, seasonally adjusted
The Federal Court has dismissed the Shop Distributive and Allied Employees Association's appeal against the decision of Fair Work Australia to allow school students to complete short shifts in retail businesses after school hours.
The NRA is hosting a breakfast series in March to discuss current and emerging trends related to industrial relations.
Retailers’ hopes were left shattered when the Reserve Bank announced it was keeping the cash rate at 4.25 per cent but now there are expectations that the RBA will provide an interest rate cut next month.
Following a 0.1 per cent rise in November 2011, the ABS has reported that retail trade figures for December, the most crucial month of trading, fell 0.1 per cent.
The NRA continues to fight a long battle against the shorter minimum work shifts on behalf of young employees, sitting in on the cases' third appeal on Wednesday.
Following a 0.4 per cent rise the previous month, the latest ABS retail trade figures show that retail turnover rose 0.2 per cent in October.
Jennifer Skeahan-Heugh has been recognised for her achievement as helping some Kmart departments in Tamworth reach triple-digit growth.
The NRA is the only retail organisation involved in this case, and having prosecuted the issue from the start will now defend the appeal brought by the shop assistant union.
The fall in retail trade during May has ruined the glimmer of hope retailers felt after solid figures in April, according to the National Retailers Association.
There’s a sigh of relief among Australian retailers as the Reserve Bank of Australia has decided to hold the cash rate unchanged at 4.75 per cent.
Some Australian retailers will be hard hit with Fair Work Australia's decisions to increase modern award minimum wages by 3.4 per cent.
Opinions were shared and questions were raised during a discussion that was held by the NRA to address the need to close the GST loophole.
The NRA Young Retailer of the Year competition is calling retailers for nominations to recognise and reward excellence amongst young retailers under the age of 25.
The ACCC is in consultation with retailers and consumers on a draft national point of sale sign that will be designed to provide consumers with information on their basic return/refund rights under the new consumer guarantees regime.
Both the ARA and the ANRA saidQueenslander's need for new household goods following the natural disasters of late December and January drove the 0.5 per cent growth in retail trade.
The Retail Breakfast Seminar Series is a joint initiative of Wollongong University’s Sydney Business School and the National Retail Association.
This Easter long weekend, which is a five day long public holiday, will see a majority of Adelaide’s retailers closed for four of the five days, including for a three consecutive day period.
Brisbane Marketing conducted a post-flood photo shoot of the city for media and Brisbane's CBD retailers and businesses to use across their marketing and promotional materials, demonstrating the city is getting back to business.
Released on Monday, figures revealed that Australian retail turnover rose 0.3 per cent in November 2010, seasonally adjusted, following a revised fall of 0.8 per cent last October.
Representing 3,700 retailers, the group joins the Australian retail giants including Myer, David Jones and Harvey Norman in a national campaign to pressure the federal government to level the retail playing field by closing the GST and duty loophole.
The law is expected to cover the entire consumer protection spectrum from consumer guarantees and sales practices to product safety.
The speculation and the uncertainty of rate rises can have a negative impact on retailers, NRA executive director Gary Black said.
The latest ABS Retail Trade figures show that retail sales increased 0.3 per cent in August.
After 17 days of an undecided federal government, Julia Gillard and the Labor Party is now back in position and has been welcomed by retailers today.
Six teenagers have been sacked from a Victorian hardware store, where they were working 1.5 hours a day after school, because the new IR system won't let them work less than three hours a day.
A fourth consecutive RBA rate rise will have a significant impact on growth for retailers, who are still dealing with last year's three rate rises.
The NRA welcomes the AIRC's decision to make use of the new retail award's full five-year transition period for increases to penalties and wage rates, but still questions why there have to be any labour cost increases at all.
In efforts to provide NSW retailers with direct access to industry specific advice and assistance, the National Retail Association has appointed Michael Lonie as its NSW state director and revealed its new Sydney office location.
The stimulus effect is fading according to the Australian National Retailers Association, with the ABS retail trade figures for June revealing retail turnover fell 1.4 per cent.
Rebecca Willett from Boost Juice Bars has been named the 2009 NRA Young Retailer of the Year, with Daisy Youhanna of SABA as the runner up.
The 0.3 per cent growth in retail turnover for April was in line with predictions and continued to showed signs of slow and patchy recovery across states and retail sectors.
The National Retail Association says most retailers support the key decisions taken in last night's budget because of the direct contribution they will make to stimulating spending in the economy.