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WESTERN SYDNEY BUSINESSMAN FINED AFTER WORKER’S FATAL FALL

An Auburn businessman has been fined after a 58 year old man died when he fell from a ladder while installing security cameras.

QUAD BIKE SAFETY GETS (VIRTUAL) REALITY CHECK

Farmers will now be able to experience quad bike safety on a whole new level, with the NSW Government today unveiling an innovative virtual...

INNER WEST REAL ESTATE AGENT CONVICTED OVER STEALING RENTAL BONDS

A real estate agent in Sydney’s Inner West has pleaded guilty to dishonestly claiming more than $210,000 from the NSW Rental Bond Board.

WARNING OVER LEAD IN HASHMI EYELINER

A public warning has been issued about an imported cosmetic eye liner, which has dangerous levels of lead and may have caused three children to...

SOUTH-WEST SYDNEY COMPANY FINED $200,000  AFTER DRIVER SERIOUSLY INJURED

A Villawood-based stonework importing company has been fined $200,000 after a sub-contractor was partially crushed and left with permanent...

CENTRAL COAST COMPANY FINED AFTER YOUNG WORKERS OVERCOME BY FUMES

A company has been fined $45,000 after two young workers were overcome by fumes.

NSW STARTUPS TAKE THEIR PRODUCTS GLOBAL

Seven NSW startups will learn from global innovation experts in Tel Aviv, as part of a joint program hosted in one of the world’s most advanced...

CONSUMER COMPLAINTS CONTINUE TO CLIMB AGAINST ANDROID ENJOYED

NSW Fair Trading is investigating appropriate enforcement action against online electronic store Android Enjoyed after the company topped the...

Construction industry safety blitz underway

An ongoing construction industry safety blitz has revealed widespread safety failures when working from heights, Minister for Better Regulation...

FAIR GO FOR RETIREES UNDER SWEEPING RETIREMENT VILLAGE REFORMS

Retirement village residents will be the big winners under a series of proposed NSW Government reforms to the sector, Minister for Better...

NEWCASTLE AND HUNTER RESIDENTS WARNED ABOUT UNLICENCED ASBESTOS REMOVALIST

Consumers are being warned about an unlicenced asbestos removalist targeting Newcastle and Hunter Valley residents.

PUTTING CONSUMERS FIRST AND KEEPING WORKERS SAFE

The 2018-19 NSW Budget includes $10 million to slash red tape for small businesses and funding for initiatives that put consumers first and...

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