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Monday, August 10, 2020
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Praise for Filshill staff

JW FILSHILL boss Simon Hannah has heaped praise on the firm’s staff, as the wholesaler celebrated another big win

Campaign focuses on the office

A CAMPAIGN encouraging consumers to continue shopping locally has been launched in anticipation of office staff returning to their workplaces

Comic book treatment for a heroic retailer

MONIAIVE retailer Graham Watson has taken coronavirus heroism to the next level by appearing in a special comic

Milk brand lends a hand

SCOTTISH dairy brand Graham’s has teamed up with mental health charities SAMH and Mind as part of its #MyGrahamsMoments campaign

Wholesale betrayal

Strong words from Unitas boss

Plug pulled on promos ban

ScotGov holds fire on HFSS legislation

Retailer rewards go digital

CAMELOT’s retailer rewards programme is going digital in response to the coronavirus crisis

Spotlight on Post Office

Government launches Horizon investigation

PayPoint and MFG teaming up

PAYPOINT has renewed its partnership with Motor Fuel Group (MFG) – the UK’s largest independent forecourt operator

Health push from CJ Lang

Spar support for Healthy Living week

Convenience making gains

Sector still soaring with significant growth

Retail crime bill secures committee backing

A CAMPAIGN to provide shopworkers with more protection under the law has taken a major step forward. MSPs on the Scottish Parliament’s Economy, Energy and...

Promotions ban plan is pulled

THE Scottish Government has put controversial plans to restrict in-store promotions on ice. Foods deemed high in fat, salt and sugar were in line for...
Campaign Against Living Miserably - CALM

A mental health lifeline

Carling has joined forces with suicide prevention charity Campaign Against Living Miserably (CALM) in a bid to increase access to mental health services
Laide Post Office

Post Office payments

POST Office retailers are set to benefit from a 15% top-up of their variable renumeration this month
Cash machine

Rates win in England

RETAILERS south of the border had cause for celebration when the UK Supreme Court upheld a ruling against separate rates for ATMs