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Court dismisses appeals against Mazda judgment
Spotlight on hidden fees
Ending Greenwashing: EU Boosts Consumer Protection for Sustainable Choices
Booktopia Fined $6M for Misleading Consumer Guarantee Statements
ACCC Targets Essential Services and Sustainability in 2023-24 Enforcement Plan
Unlicensed Man Fined, Ordered to Compensate Customers
WhatsApp to Fully Comply with EU Consumer Protection Rules
Jeep parts seller fined $24,000 for second time for non-supply
Don’t fret over new pet – know your rights
ACCC finds ‘greenwashing’ claims widespread in internet sweep
Personal Insolvency Roundtable first step to bankruptcy reform
Online Marketplaces Remove Thousands of Dangerous Products: Product Safety Pledge
Seafood lovers urged to have their say
Planning Pays Off: Great Holidays Ahead
New campaign to help pet buyers understand their consumer rights
Warning about buying used vehicles damaged by Kimberley floods
Report that urges cutting financial advice red tape
Govt Breaching Consumer Law After Four Corners Report
Brain Implants: Revealing Our Private Selves – Protection Needed?
You can’t buy love but you can buy local this Valentine’s Day
Better financial advice can benefit all Australians
Advice Report Outlines How to Meet Consumers’ Needs
Queenslanders warned not to buy tickets from Dinosaur Festival
Post-Christmas gift returns and gift card rules
WA consumer complaints about used vehicle defects skyrocket
Avoiding Scams And Scalping On Ticket Resales
RFG to pay certain franchisees as ACCC settles legal action
Use your consumer rights to avoid post-Christmas disappointment
Shop Smart This Christmas: Customers Urged
Florists remove misleading ‘local business’ representations from webpages
Sarah Cardell Appointed CEO of CMA
Dominique Grubisa and DG Institute in court for alleged misleading representations
ING Bank pays penalties for alleged breaches of Consumer Data Right Rules
Bloomex in Court for allegedly misleading online advertising
Uber to pay $21m for misleading representations about Uber Taxi fares and cancellation fees
Telstra in court for alleged misleading representations about Belong broadband speed
Action plan to meet needs of consumers living with disability
Risk for ticket holders who paid inflated prices for UFC event
New law to stop online resellers from misleading ticket buyers
Health funds continue to return profits to meet Covid commitments
Avoid disappointment, get on top of Christmas shopping early
Commonwealth Ombudsman Issues Paper
Quad bike safety checks show improved compliance
New research shows how IVF patients view medical evidence differently
Dangerous plan to remove safety checks for electricians must be ruled out
WA consumer laws now synchronised with national changes
BEIS in Autumn Statement
Pitfalls of paying tradies upfront