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Nsw Fair Trading warns consumers about flood damage scams
Raptor Squad work with NSW Fair Trading to disrupt and dismantle organised crime
Nsw Fair Trading warns consumers to avoid two unlicensed operators
REINSW supports property sector overhaul
Albury and Wodonga construction safety blitz
SafeWork visits mid-north coast constructions sites
Cutting red tape for smart meter savings
Safework to examine Sydney construction sites
Caravan park operation to pay $2.3M after losing High Court appeal
Western Sydney tow truck turf war on NSW Government’s radar
Inner west Hotel penalised for COVID breaches and skipping court
Renewable Energy Sector Board to boost local manufacturing and jobs
Customers urged to avoid
Misleading environmental claims by online traders not so eco-friendly
NSW Government 2020 Report Card
Customers urged to avoid unlicensed landscaper
New campaign shines light on electrical risks
Response to NSW Budget
Dancing patrons spark $10,000 COVID breach fine for Leichhardt venue
REINSW calls on Fair Trading to unlock jobs-in-waiting
New mandatory standards for building rectification
New regulations for short-term rentals
New medical gas licensing scheme begins 1 November 2020
Strict new laws to regulate short-term rentals
Marrickville venue to be shut for COVID breaches
Footy finals flag COVID safety reminders
Ballina Pub closed for COVID breaches
Buffet restaurant busted as patrons caught serving themselves
Consumers warned not to deal with UBuild Containers Pty Ltd
Double COVID fine for function failure
Balmain pub first NSW venue to be shut down for COVID Safety breaches
Real estate agent convicted of $76,000 fraud
New laws to protect NSW apartment owners
COVID safety standards still under strict survelliance in NSW
Real estate agent convicted for defrauding $187,500 from clients
Riverina area urged to be on alert for scammers
No second chances for venues flouting COVID safety rules
Consumers warned not to deal with unlicensed builder
Hospitality venues told to play it safer after weekend crackdown
Police charge man after scamming elderly at Narromine
Tradies asked for feedback on Pay protections
Pawnbrokers and second-hand Dealers regulation undergoes review
Prevent serious injuries and fatalities this season by being aware of safety risks of winter products
Residents urged to be aware of scams in Liverpool area
How to stay safe in your home this winter
Slashed licence fees a big win for business
More takeaway alcohol sales allowed on Good Friday and ANZAC day
Real estate, property and tenancy law changes commence