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‘You’ve got to be more careful’: Android Enjoyed ordered not to mislead customers

Online electronic goods retailer Android Enjoyed and its parent company are now restrained from misleading customers, in a win for NSW consumers...

Online shopping warning

Hunter-based Hunterstone Australia has been scrutinised by the NSW Fair Trading for failing to deliver ordered products to online customers and...

Licencing fees cut

Licencing fees will be slashed for 13 home building trades under a proposal made by the NSW Government.

Big boost for Hornsby Heights FC

"Homsby Heights is one of the biggest clubs in Homsby and will have the best possible facilities to ensure their number continue will grow" Matt...

Proposal to slash tradie licensing fees a pitch by NSW Government Photo Credit: Bidvine

THOUSANDS of tradies will save hundreds of dollars in licensing fees as the Berejiklian government makes a major play for the blue collar vote.

Options paper on building certifiers

The State Government has released an options paper which sets out ways to prevent conflicts of interest between building certifiers and developers...

Minister Kean speaks to ABC

Minister for Innovation and Better Regulation speaks to about an option paper for building certifiers with Rebecca De Unamuno and Robbie Buck on...

Lottery scheme option to prevent dodgy building certifications

Property developers could be made to find building certifiers through a lottery system where three are chosen at random, under a proposal aimed at...

Minister Kean speaks to Ray Hadley

Minister for Innovation and Better Regulation Matt Kean MP speaks to Ray Hadley on 2GB.

Safe Work Month

New South Wales' Safe Work Month kicks off today, with the Berejiklian Government releasing the new Easy to Do Work Health and Safety Toolkit to...

Matt Kean MP Minister for Innovation and Better Regulation

Reforms will be introduced into State Parliament which would see some charities allowed to run sweeps and bingo games without a permit.

New residential tenancy laws

Landlords in NSW will be restricted to one rental price increase each year under new laws being introduced into Parliament today.