News story: 2018 Groceries Code Adjudicator annual sector survey

first_imgTake part in the survey on the YouGov websiteThe Groceries Code Adjudicator (the GCA) has launched her fifth annual survey of the groceries sector. The annual survey allows the GCA to collect the most comprehensive set of views on current Code-related issues facing suppliers.The GCA is seeking experiences and views from suppliers and others in the sector on how the 10 regulated retailers are complying with the Groceries Supply Code of Practice.The survey will be an important source of information for the GCA about current retailer practices and changes over the past twelve months. The information provided will help the Adjudicator focus her attention for the year ahead.All the information you provide is treated in strict confidence.All answers are collated and analysed by YouGov and respondents are not identified to the GCA without their prior consent.The results will be presented at the GCA Conference on 25 June 2018.The survey will be open from 5 March 2017 to 22 April 2018.last_img read more

Panthers beat Sisters in POMRFL women’s elimination final

first_imgFewer than 200 people braved the heat to watch the elimination final .It took only 10 minutes for the Panthers to get the first points when Elvinah Hetra busted through the Sisters defence to score near the posts.Waikili John added the extras for the Panthers to take a 6-0 lead.Three minutes later, Panthers registered their second try when quick hands paved the  way for an overlap for Angela Parao to dive over on the wing.Panthers continued to dominate possession and took a comfortable 10-0 lead going into the break.Sisters hit back early in the second half with tries to Getruth Peter and Esther Kes.But two unsuccessful conversion attempts made all the difference with the score at 10-8 in favour of the Panthers.Solid defence by the Panthers guaranteed them the win as they held on to the final whistle to win.The Panthers will play Royals next weekend. The winner will meet Souths in the women’s grand final in two weeks.Souths booked the first spot in the women’s grand final after holding on to beat Royals 12-8 in the first qualifying final yesterday.last_img read more