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NSW COMMITS TO THE SAFEST WORKPLACES IN AUSTRALIA

NSW workplaces are aiming to be the safest in the country after the Liberal National Government committed to ambitious new targets in a refreshed...

TRANSPORT SECTOR PLAN PUTS BRAKES ON INJURIES

Reducing serious injuries and fatalities in the transport industry is at the heart of a significant new strategy launched by the state Government...

NSW's Gift to the Nation

NSW’s nation-leading gift card reforms will soon be enjoyed by the rest of Australia, after the Federal Government announced it is adopting the...

DENILIQUIN COMPANY FINED $300K OVER WORKER DEATH

A Deniliquin-based tyre and wheel fitting company has been fined $300,000 after a 49 year old worker was killed when changing a wheel on an...

NSW’S MOST VULNERABLE WORKERS GIVEN MORE SUPPORT

The State’s most at-risk workers are the focus of a new strategy launched today by the NSW Government.

COMPANY FINED OVER WORKER’S AMPUTATED FINGERS

A Western Sydney company has been fined more than $110,000 after a 20 year old worker’s hand was crushed by a hydraulic brake press.

CONSUMER COMPLAINTS ELECTRIFY IN JULY

Electronic gadget retailers have dominated the July NSW Fair Trading Complaints Register, with a total of nine electronic companies featuring on...

LAST CHANCE FOR LOOSE-FILL ASBESTOS TESTING IN GREATER NEWCASTLE

Homeowners in Greater Newcastle have until 31 August 2018 to register for free testing for loose-fill asbestos insulation.

PAYMENT LAWS GIVE SECURITY TO SUBBIES

Sub-contractors would be better protected from late payments and insolvencies under NSW Government reforms being released for community feedback...

WOLLONGONG COMPANY FINED $375,000 OVER FATAL INCIDENT AT JASPERS BRUSH

A Wollongong-based company has been fined $375,000 following a workplace incident where a 19 year old man was killed after being run over by a...

SHORT-TERM HOLIDAY LETTING POLICY GIVEN GREEN LIGHT

Short-term holiday letting will have tougher but fairer regulation from 2019, after the NSW Parliament passed the Government’s plan for the...

TRADIES SET TO SAVE UNDER PROPOSED GOVERNMENT CROSS-BORDER LICENCE SCHEME

Tradies and small businesses will save hundreds of dollars a year under a proposed NSW Government scheme allowing licence holders to work across...

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