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REFORMS TARGETING NON-DISCLOSURE AGREEMENTS TO PUT CONSUMERS FIRST

 NSW consumers will be able to complain to Fair Trading about dodgy products regardless of whether they’ve signed a non-disclosure agreement,...

SUPREME COURT ORDERS ANDROID ENJOYED NOT TO MISLEAD CUSTOMERS

 NSW Fair Trading has successfully obtained an interim injunction in the NSW Supreme Court against Digital Marketing and Solutions Pty Ltd, which...

‘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...

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Trader Check – a free, online one stop shop of information about traders – will put NSW consumers first and help businesses that do the right...

COMING CLEAN ON KICKBACKS WITH BETTER BUSINESS REFORMS

Businesses that make product and service recommendations will be forced to come clean on commissions, referral fees and kickbacks under new Better...

NorthConnex

Tunnelling of Australia’s longest and deepest road tunnels, which will allow drivers to travel between Newcastle and Melbourne without stopping at...

PUBLIC WARNING - DO NOT DEAL WITH HUNTERSTONE AUSTRALIA AND ITS SOLE DIRECTOR MR AZAD MORTAZAVI

NSW consumers are being warned not to deal with the company Hunterstone Australia and its sole director Azad Mortazavi, Minister for Better...

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...

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.

Licencing fees cut

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

TOP SAFETY BUSINESSES IN NSW ANNOUNCED

A stellar line-up of businesses and individuals are vying for eight prestigious prizes, as finalists of the annual SafeWork NSW Awards are...

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