The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission has released an issues paper seeking views on whether T-Ports Pty Ltd (T-Ports) should be exempt from certain parts of the Wheat Ports Code when providing bulk grain export port terminal services at Lucky Bay.
The ACCC has decided not to object to the notification lodged by Byron Shire Council, on behalf of itself, Ballina Shire Council and Richmond Valley Council (together, the Councils) to jointly tender, negotiate and administer contracts in relation to the receival, sorting, recovery and processing of recyclables.
The ACCC welcomes amendments to the water charge rules designed to improve pricing transparency and make it easier for operators to comply. The changes are now expected to come into effect on 1 July 2020.
The ACCC has issued a draft determination proposing to re-authorise Myer to invite 'concession stores', which operate separate businesses within Myer stores and/or sell through Myer’s online retail store, to take part in Myer promotions.
The ACCC has decided not to object to the notification lodged by Mood Media Australia Pty Ltd (Mood Media) on behalf of itself and Stingray Group Inc (Stingray Group) to enable them to collectively negotiate the terms and conditions of music licence agreements with APRA AMCOS.
The ACCC has issued a final determination re-authorising David Jones department stores to invite “concession stores”, which operate separate businesses within David Jones stores and/or sell through David Jones' online retail store, to take part in David Jones promotions.
The ACCC has previously granted authorisation to David Jones for substantially the same conduct three times, each time for five years. The current authorisation is due to expire on 17 April 2019, which is why David Jones is seeking re-authorisation.