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Building company fined $45,000 over worker fall
Extended retail trading hours for upcoming public holidays 27 May
New resources to help navigate home building challenges
Vehicle dealer fined for no licence and odometer dishonesty
Pet regret – consumer complaints climb
Know your painter before you seal deal
Fire risk recall for LG solar home energy batteries
Review drives change for vehicle consignment sales
$40,000 fine for high number of illegal backyard vehicle sales
Some fitness operators not pulling their weight on new consumer code
$600 million for Aboriginal initiatives aimed at Closing Gap
New measures to protect home owners and support building and construction industry
WA Iron Ore to double Indigenous business spend
Flood cars – avoid buying washed-up vehicle
NCC 2022 State variation for wind Region D
Shipping container scam money lost at sea
Air-con company fined $15,000 over unlicensed electrical testing
Repeat offender fined for gas breaches – Abdul Raouf Mohammadiah
Poor building processes at Alkimos home where roof detached
$7,400 in fines for seven building offences – Serene May Ling Ng
Implementation of Building and Construction Industry Act
$14.6 million to create Aboriginal Empowerment Unit
Reminder to complete plumbing work notifications
Successful tender announced for mining workforce safety study
Fine for Mt Magnet landlord over tenancy bonds
Resources workforce safety program gets $6.5 million boost
$10,000 penalty for excessive deposit and unregistered building work
Property settlement payment scam results in $732,000 loss
Western Australia Day public holiday
Royalties transfers to RevenueWA 2 May
Updated guideline for Field Management Plan released
Evictions – know your rights before you leave
WA’s exploration sector continues to prosper
Fears flood-damaged vehicles will be dumped on WA market
Waste recycling company fined $230,000 after successfully appealing previous penalty
Tow truck reform on its way
Gate latch recall prompts pool safety reminder for consumers
Love of pets exploited by scammers with substantial consumer losses
Western Power fined $45,000 after inadequate testing procedure results
Aboriginal company Gee Gie awarded abandoned mines contract
WA best for mining investment
Mining Rehabilitation Fund Advisory Panel Expressions of Interest
Post-mortem on high cost of dying
Business sales agent fined over unauthorised trust account withdrawal
Adoption of hydrogen appliance standards
Spa controllers recalled after electrocution tragedy
Electrician fined for poor supervision at hazardous Nedlands house
WA’s record-breaking resources industry carries nation