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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The Channel Yearbook - The Newsagency Industry Yearbook

The Yearbook is the must-have annual Yearbook for the newsagency industry. It is published in January for distribution to newsagent subscribers as well as new agents entering the industry. It is a complete overview of the newsagency industry and includes all the facts, figures, data, contacts and other information about the sector.

It is an invaluable guide for people who are just entering the newsagency industry, and is a useful reference guide for our newsagent readers throughout the year.

The Yearbook is available for stand-alone order depending on stock available. It is distributed to The Channel subscribers as part of the subscription package. The Yearbook is distributed by Gordon & Gotch on behalf of The Channel.

Visit www.nationalnewsagent.com.au to subscribe to The Channel or to buy a copy of The Yearbook.

Last updated on 4 August 2016

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