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Warnings for dangerous cladding

Commonwealth State and Territory Building Ministers have supported new warnings signs against dangerous cladding after a ban was called on by NSW...

Getting to 25 million population gives cause for concern and reason to slow down

1 The single most important issue confronting us as a nation, longterm, is the population explosion.

Minister Kean speaks to Ray Hadley

Minister Kean speaks to Ray Hadley about the Plumbing Detectives.

 

Space for play and learning for Mount Kuring-gai

Students at Mount Kuring-gai Public School will have a new protected space thanks to a grant from Member for Hornsby Matt Kean MP.

New powers for Fair Trading

Disgruntled customers will soon have their complaints dealt with by the NSW Fair Trading rather than the tribunal.

New powers for Fair Trading

Instead of going through a months-long tribunal process, consumers who cannot resolve complaints about items worth less than $3000 will soon be...

NSW proposes changes to fair trading laws

The NSW government will introduce new laws that will give the Fair Trading Commissioner the power to force businesses to repair, replace or refund...

New powers for NSW Fair Trading Commissioner to resolve small claims

Instead of going through a months-long tribunal process, consumers who cannot resolve complaints about items worth less than $3000 will soon be...

Virtual training for Quad bikes

SafeWork NSW has launched a virtual reality training program designed to highlight risks around using quad bikes on the farm.

Portal plan to check tradies' credentials

The NSW government is proposing a website for consumers to check if tradies have been given any penalty notices or prosecutions.

Ban on commissions paid to brokers under overhaul of consumer laws

MORTGAGE brokers would be banned from receiving monthly commissions from banks which can go on for ­decades and earn them thousands of dollars,...

Women warned of shonky cosmetic procedures in new government advertising blitz

PEOPLE are being warned not to fall prey to botched beauty treatments as part of a hard-hitting new advertising blitz.

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