Will you be a winner or a loser from the delay in the rates revaluation, asks James Lowman
Retailer Dan Cock warns that government needs to act, or more stores of all sizes will go the way of Comet.
It is time for action on the whole culture of regulation, says editor David Rees.
Engaging with the local community has never been so important, says community liaison manager Caroline Bosworth
David Knight has taken some bold moves to turn around previous frightful Halloween sales
Half term is coming for schoolchildren across the country, so we thought it was time for a half-term report on the government, says editor David Rees
With the Police and Crime Commissioner elections upcoming, retailer Anjali Karpal calls for more action on minor crime
Only radical action can change attitudes in the news and magazines market, says James Lowman
Devon retailer Dan Cock feels like he’s won the lottery now he’s received his new Camelot terminal
Londis retailer Sunder Sandher narrowly avoids disaster when his new chillers break down.
We are all in a dangerous market for so many reasons, but our biggest potential threat is ourselves, says award-winning retailer David Knight.
A campaign to force retailers to stock shooting magazines on the top shelf is ludicrous, says Anjali
It’s been nearly two years since Costcutter executive chairman Colin Graves stood up at the group’s annual conference…
C-stores can learn a lot from the ‘can do’ attitude of the Olympics, says HIM’s managing director Tom Fender.
Give the tools to local shops to rebuild the economy, says James Lowman of ACS
Sunder is set to cut electricity costs at his Londis store in Headington thanks to new equipment
It is a constant source of amazement to me just how much store building is being carried out by the multiple grocers.
David Knight is concerned about the precedent set by Olympic marketing dos and don’ts
There can be no doubt which is the major topic of conversation in homes, offices and retail checkout queues this week: Olympic fever
Our new guide, Planning for Diverse Local Centres, attempts to explain and simplify the new planning regime.
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