COULD the war be over?
Temora’s fuel price war appeared to be headed for a ceasefire yesterday after the majors – Caltex and Shell – bumped their E10 prices up 30c a litre.
The town’s Metro service station remained at 89.9c yesterday, one of the lowest prices in the nation, while Caltex and Shell were at 119.9c.
The town’s service stations have waged a torrid price war over recent months, with Metro owner Raja Kallem telling The Advertiser he was losing 14c every litre of E10 sold.
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