23 August 2019

ACCC seeks views on Australia Post's proposed price increase

The ACCC has released an issues paper seeking views on the draft proposal by Australia Post to increase the price of its ordinary letter services by 10 per cent.
23 August 2019

Australia v USA basketball games

The ACCC is aware of concerns about the Australia v USA Basketball games in Melbourne and Sydney on 22, 24 and 26 August. We are engaging with the relevant businesses regarding consumers’ concerns. 
23 August 2019

ACCC plans to exempt T-Ports at Lucky Bay

The ACCC has released a final position stating that it intends to grant exempt service provider status under the Wheat Ports Code to T-Ports Pty Ltd at Lucky Bay.
16 August 2019

ACCC releases draft views on appropriate level of regulation at Portland port terminal facilities

The ACCC has released a draft determination proposing to grant Riordan Grain Services an exemption under the mandatory wheat code for its port terminal facility at Portland.
14 August 2019

Clubs Australia to negotiate on behalf of registered clubs

The ACCC has issued a draft determination proposing to grant authorisation for 10 years to Clubs Australia to collectively bargain on behalf of its current and future members, being registered clubs across Australia, with various suppliers from industries including wagering services, gaming machines, food and beverage, and professional services.
9 August 2019

ACCC seeks views on regulation at Viterra's South Australian bulk grain port terminals

The ACCC has released an issues paper seeking views on whether to exempt Viterra Operations Pty Ltd (Viterra) from certain parts of the Wheat Code at certain port terminal facilities in South Australia.
8 August 2019

ACCC issues ACCCount for April to June 2019 quarter

This report highlights the range of activities engaged in by the ACCC to achieve its purpose in the April to June 2019 quarter.
2 August 2019

Uniting Church of Australia proposes to collectively acquire insurance

The ACCC has issued a draft determination proposing to enable a number of separate legal entities within the Uniting Church in Australia (UCA) to collectively negotiate, procure and maintain insurance products and services. The ACCC proposes to grant authorisation for six years.
31 July 2019

APESMA to continue to assist translators and interpreters in collective negotiations

The ACCC has decided to re-authorise the Association of Professional Engineers, Scientists and Managers, Australia (APESMA) to continue to collectively negotiate terms of engagement of members who provide translator and interpreter services, primarily to Government departments as independent contractors, and to advise them in relation to appropriate fee levels and other terms of contracts for service.
19 July 2019

ACCC re-authorises collective bargaining with grain buyers by Seedvise

The ACCC has issued a final determination re-authorising Seedvise to continue to collectively bargain with grain buyers.