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Announcements & Publications

Payment delays after leaving a retirement village the...

The second phase of consultation on proposed changes to retirement village laws in WA will look at the time it takes for former residents to receive their...

Commissioner's Blog: Renters have new rights to protect...

With Commissioner for Consumer Protection David Hillyard It has been my position for a number of years that a small amount of damage to a wall, which can...

Thinking of purchasing a new car? Tips for consumers

Follow these tips to protect yourself: 1. Research Before you buy a new or used car, do some research to determine which car is right for you and what you...

Proposed reforms to retirement villages legislation in WA...

Consultation Regulatory Impact Statement 2 (CRIS 2) looks at possible retirement villages legislation reform regarding operator obligations. It deals with...

Buying or selling motor vehicles? You may need a licence!

Follow these simple steps: Choose the category of licence that is right for you and apply. Pay the correct licensing fees when they're due. Start being a...

General Inspection – Class 1 buildings for moisture...

Building and Energy intends to carry out a General Inspection to assess how well building standards are being applied in relation to the resistance of...

Proposed reforms to the approval process for commercial...

Building and Energy is inviting Western Australians to share their views on ways to improve the efficiency and effectiveness of the commercial building...

Building and Energy investigates electrical fatality in...

Electrical safety inspectors from Building and Energy are investigating an electric shock incident that resulted in the tragic death of a 50-year-old man...

$40,000 penalty for builder – Talbot James Le Page and...

A former building company director has been fined $40,000 in the State Administrative Tribunal (SAT) for hiring a group of men to threaten and intimidate...

Landlord fined for not lodging bond and ordered to pay it...

The landlord of a Darch rental property has been fined $4,000 by the Joondalup Magistrates Court for failing to lodge a bond with the Bond Administrator and...

Unlicensed vehicle seller fined for winding back...

An unlicensed dealer who illegally sold five vehicles and wound back the odometers of two of those vehicles was fined a total of $15,000 by the Perth...

Avoid Perth petrol price rise

The average cost of unleaded petrol is set to increase by around 20 cents per litre (cpl) to 155.1 cpl tomorrow, so FuelWatch is encouraging Perth drivers to...