Updates

24 April 2015

ACCC grants interim authorisation for BP to participate in Velocity Frequent Flyer Program

ACCC has granted interim authorisation to allow BP and participating BP branded fuel retailers to participate in the Velocity Frequent Flyer Program.
9 April 2015

ACCC grants interim authorisation to Maitland City Council

The ACCC has granted interim authorisation to allow Maitland City Council on behalf of itself, Cessnock City Council, and Singleton Council to continue to manage a joint tendering process for organic waste services involving the collection and processing of organics and potentially the collection, sorting and disposal of bulky waste.
7 April 2015

ACCC re-authorises Bulk Electronic Clearing System suspension & termination regulations

The ACCC has issued a determination re-authorising the suspension and termination provisions of the Australian Payments Clearing Association’s Bulk Electronic Clearing System regulations.
26 March 2015

ACCC re-authorises collective bargaining by international airlines

The ACCC has decided to grant authorisation for 10 years to the Board of Airline Representatives of Australia Inc to continue to collectively bargain on behalf of its current and future members and to give effect to arrangements for the acquisition of Essential Aviation Services from operators of international airports and other particular service providers. The ACCC grants authorisation until 16 April 2025.

4 March 2015

ACCC grants authorisation to Tasmanian farmers for collective bargaining with vegetable processors

The ACCC grants authorisation to the Tasmanian Farmers and Graziers Association to allow them to continue to collectively negotiate the terms and conditions of growing contracts with vegetable processors in Tasmania.
4 March 2015

ACCC proposes to re-authorise Bulk Electronic Clearing System regulations

The ACCC has issued a draft determination proposing to re-authorise the suspension and termination provisions of the Australian Payments Clearing Association’s BECS regulations.
12 February 2015

ACCC re-authorises Australian Paper Clearing System suspension and termination regulations

The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) has issued a determination re-authorising the suspension and termination provisions of the Australian Payments Clearing Association’s (APCA) Australian Paper Clearing System (APCS) regulations. The ACCC has re-authorised the provisions for ten years.
12 February 2015

ACCC authorises Tabcorp, TAB, Tabcorp Europe & TAB ACT’s international pooling arrangements

The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission has issued a determination granting authorisation to Tabcorp, TAB, Tabcorp Europe & Tabcorp ACT in relation to international pooling arrangements with HKJC Horse Race Betting Limited and to allow for the transmission of bets by Australian punters into Hong Kong pools.
12 February 2015

ACCC authorises Racing and Wagering Western Australia’s international pooling arrangements

The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission has issued a determination granting authorisation to Racing and Wagering Western Australia in relation to current and future pooling arrangements with overseas wagering operators to allow for the transmission of bets by Western Australian punters into overseas pools.
11 February 2015

ACCC proposes to re-authorise collective bargaining by international airlines

The ACCC has issued a draft determination proposing to re-authorise the Board of Airline Representatives of Australia to collectively bargain on behalf of its current and future members and to give effect to arrangements for the acquisition of essential aviation services from operators of international airports and other particular service providers.