Welcome to the Australian Lottery and Newsagents’ Association

The Australian Lottery and Newsagents’ Association (ALNA) is the peak industry body representing Australian newsagencies and lottery agents. There are 4000 individually owned and operated newsagencies in the country and together they make up Australia's largest retail and home delivery group.
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ALNA Membership

Through strength and size, the ALNA has the necessary means to achieve outcomes difficult to achieve by a single business.

For just $876 per annum*, your ALNA membership gives you access to industry representation, complimentary advice on industrial relations and leasing matters, discounts on insurance, access to accredited industry training courses, and so much more.

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*Membership prices vary by state. Membership fee is capped at $876 per annum.

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ANF CEO and Policy Manager to attend Small Business Summit and meet with new Tatts Lotteries COO this week

ANF CEO and Policy Manager attending 12th National Small Business Summit this week

ANF CEO, Alf Maccioni and National Policy Manager, Ben Kearney will be attending the Council of Small Business Organisations of Australia (COSBOA) 12th National Small Business Summit this Thursday and Friday in Melbourne to engage with other small business associations and a range of influential politicians and bureaucrats on newsagent industry issues.

The summit provides an excellent opportunity each year for the ANF to efficiently meet with leaders of a range of other small business industry bodies who we have common issues with all in one place. It also enables us to meet with and discuss our industry issues like penalty rates and changes to competition law etc. with influential speakers, politicians and bureaucrats attending the summit.

This year's small business summit includes the following speakers; Natalie James, the Fairwork Ombudsman, who recently slammed workplace relations as too complicated for small business in the Financial Review, John Hewson who will be giving a keynote on tax and the GST, Ian Harper the head of the root and branch review of competition policy who will speaking at the summit in his first public speaking engagement since the review was announced. Other speakers include Opposition Leader Bill Shorten, Mark Brennan, the Australian Small Business Commissioner, Ged Kearney the President of the ACTU, Chris Jordan the ATO Commissioner, Dr Michael Schaper, Deputy Chair of the ACCC and Senator Bridget McKenzie.

ANF meeting with new Tatts Lotteries Chief Operating Officer and Head of Retail this week

The ANF's CEO, Alf Maccioni and National Policy Manager, Ben Kearney are meeting with Sue van der Merwe Tatts new COO and Antony Moore Head of Retail on the 7th of August in Melbourne. We look forward to meeting Sue for the first time since taking up her new role and having discussions about a range of issues including; Autoplay, Lottery terminal removals, shop fits and the Coles Express Trial.

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