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NSW Fair Trading is taking action against the director of Android Enjoyed.

Rising complaints against dodgy building operators

There have been more complaints this year about private building certifiers in NSW than in any of the previous five years, ­as the NSW government...

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.

Minister Matt Kean fears Grenfell Tower inferno repeat

ELEVEN councils across Sydney and the Central Coast have failed to respond to requests to investigate buildings that could repeat the devastating...

Sydney shortlisted for UberAir pilot program

The plan for low cost helicopter commutes across Greater Sydney to the CBD — dubbed UberAir — was earmarked by the international ride sharing...

One of the state’s biggest councils hasn’t carried out fire safety audits

ONE of the state’s biggest councils repeatedly snubbed Fire and Rescue NSW demands to ...

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.

Thousands of Hunter home owners have registered for asbestos inspections as part of the State Government's Loose Fill Asbestos task force.

Almost 7000 Hunter residents have registered for inspections of their roof insulation over the past two months following the discovery of deadly...

Daffodil Day in Hornsby

Every year the Rotary Club of Hornsby get up bright and early to sell beautiful daffodils to the commuters at Hornsby Station for Daffodil Day.

Pollies off and running

WHILE the political race raged on in Canberra, federal minister and Brad- field MP Paul Fletcher was running for a different sort of prize at home...

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...

'Not good enough': Electronic gadget sellers top complaints register

The quality of some products sold by the country's top electronic retailers, including Kogan, Samsung and Harvey Norman, is "not good enough",...

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