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Consumer groups slam move to remove responsible lending laws
Show salespeople door with a ‘Do Not Knock’ sticker
Call for 2021 Consumer Protection Awards contenders, nominations now open
Short-term rentals check checklist
Back In Motion Physiotherapy to remove alleged unfair contract terms for franchisees
ACT Election 2020: Climate and Energy – achieving a just transition to net zero emissions in ACT
Oscar Wylee penalised $3.5m for ‘buy a pair, give a pair’ charity claims
Putting downward pressure on fuel prices in Tasmania
Wedding no-show and botched birthday bash costs caterer $20,000
Short term rentals – look before you lease
Review of refund rights for Rex regional airline passengers in WA
Competition agencies to coordinate on cross-border investigations
Small businesses navigate pandemic, misconduct and scams
Motor vehicle dealer banned after deceiving owners and business now up for sale
HealthEngine welcomes court decision ending legal proceedings
HealthEngine to pay $2.9 million for misleading reviews and patient referrals
Riverina area urged to be on alert for scammers
Etihad offers refunds for all cancelled flights purchased in Australia
Modernising consumer safeguards for telco services
Decathlon in court for allegedly selling sporting goods which did not comply with safety standards
Service Seeking to pay penalty for misleading online ‘customer’ reviews
How should competition policy react to coronavirus?
Rogue tree lopper to pay more than $22,000 after consumer law conviction
Chrisco undertakes to address concerns about lay-by plans and promotions
Kogan tax time promotion found to be false or misleading
Medibank to pay $5 million in penalties for misrepresentations to members about benefits
Get Gizmo to refund customers charged during cooling off period
Quantum Housing decision appealed over unconscionable conduct
Freedom Furniture pays penalties for allegedly misleading consumers about rights to refunds
Ensuring quad bike safety in Tasmania
Fine for security fencing company for taking deposit but failing to supply
New safety standard for aquatic toys
GM Holden must honour its promise
Dodo and iPrimus in court for alleged misleading broadband speed claims
GM Holden must act in good faith
GM Holden must act in good faith
Lime e-scooters undertakes to address concerns about safety misrepresentations
New safety standard for projectile toys
Quantum Housing to pay $700,000 in penalties for misleading property owners
Sony to pay $3.5 million penalty for misrepresenting PlayStation gamers’ rights
University of Nottingham collaborates with leading law firm to cut through jargon
EB Games undertakes to refund consumers for Fallout 76 game
MTA NSW welcomes implementation of franchising reforms to better protect new car retailers and consumers
Court declares Bendigo and Adelaide Bank contract terms unfair
GSK and Novartis to pay $4.5 million in penalties over Voltaren Osteo Gel claims
Commission issues warning to Hong Kong based electronics retailer
Putting downward pressure on Tasmanian fuel prices
Holden commits to negotiate in good faith with Holden dealers