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National Retail Association

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Retail crime is “out of control”

Will cameras at self-serve checkouts make a dent in this worrying trend?

NRA backs Labor plan for national bag ban

Industry body says a national ban would ensure a consistent approach.
People

Taskforce recommends criminal penalties for wage theft

What to do with retailers when underpayment isn't a mistake?

Retail slow in January despite spending on “little luxuries”

Retail spending struggles to recover from December dip.

NRA and Vic retailers to work together on plastic bag ban

Victoria is looking to eradicate the use of lightweight plastic bags by the end of 2019.

December sales slump below expectations

Holiday figures have fallen short of the $51 billion proposed by industry experts.

November sees strong online turnover

ABS data shows increased spending in November, but below ARA's forecast.

Super Retail Group underpays staff

NRA calls for better education around modern awards.

Retail Insights: Amy Lynes, Lush

WATCH: Lush's people support manager talks to Inside Retail.

Retailers’ high-tech bid to end crime in Brisbane

SafeCity Network to be switched on next year.

Industry body tips pre-Christmas windfall for retailers

Bumper prediction comes soon after flat ABS figures.

Retail builds momentum in June

Rise in retail spending points to signs of a strengthening industry.

February spending figures disappoint

Latest ABS figures miss market expectations.

Graeme Watson headlines NRA forums in March

Former VP of the Fair Work Commission to speak candidly at NRA’s new forum series.

Retail spending rises in January

Latest ABS figures show better than expected start to the retail year.