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One leading pharmacist has a message for those who are concerned that other pharmacies are being given favourable treatment in terms of stock: we’re all in this together “I’m hearing …

An expert tackles retail lease obligations and rents for pharmacy owners in the current challenging environment, and provides advice on contingency planning Phillip Chapman, Director of Lease1, has explored the …

Two ACT pharmacies have been placed under administration, with their director citing rent as a major contributor to their financial troubles The Amcal Plus – the first ACT pharmacy to …

Apart from the relatively new retailing sales event, called Black Friday, the 23rd November 2018 has further significance, writes Phillip Chapman It’s not for retail sales, but for retail sales …

Home Consortium, which counts Chemist Warehouse among its shareholders, has revealed plans for 10 big new retail centres Ten former Masters home improvement centres are set to open as large-format …

Mark Blundell and Shannon Davies take a look at legislated protections for pharmacist tenants In what are challenging economic times, the article published here recently about a landlord being ordered …

Between PBS reforms, wage costs, a downturn in retail and high-cost new drugs, pharmacies are being squeezed more than ever… but do landlords understand or care? Megan Haggan investigates Rents …

A pharmacy is set to receive over $42,000 from its landlord after a determination that it should not have paid management fees The lessees of a pharmacy in Mandurah, WA, …

Guild NSW Branch president Rick Samimi has highlighted the benefits of changes to the state’s retail leases act in his President’s Desk letter Writing to NSW Guild members, Mr Samimi …