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  1. Consider the cost of ‘going out of business’ bargains

    This announcement is for:  Consumer With Commissioner for Consumer Protection David Hillyard  In the past few weeks, several major retailers have announced closures and subsequent closing down sales. Many of us find the promise of major sale savings too t ...

  2. Builder fined over unauthorised two-storey work – Allen Gledhill (BC100541, BP100666)

    This announcement is for:  Builder Consumer Permit authority A Perth builder has been fined $2,000 after constructing a two-storey dwelling near Manjimup, in breach of conditions placed on his registration. Allen Gledhill, of Mount Nasura, has since volun ...

  3. $31,500 in fines for consignment car dealer and Manager- PAG (WA) Pty Ltd trading as Xoticar and Zeljko Grujin

    This announcement is for:  Consumer Motor industry A Perth car dealership and a salesperson managing the business have been fined $31,500 in total for duping consignors who they were selling vehicles for. PAG (WA) Pty Ltd, trading as Xoticar of Welshpool ...

  4. Avoid Perth petrol price rise

    This announcement is for:  Consumer Motor industry The average cost of unleaded petrol is set to increase by around 17 cents per litre (cpl) to 155 cpl tomorrow (28 May 2019), so FuelWatch is encouraging Perth drivers to fill up today to save money. FuelW ...

  5. RCD requirements after 1 January 2019

    This announcement is for:  Consumer Electrical contractor / worker Home buyer / owner Landlord / lessor Tenant Properties for sale or rent Under the Electricity Regulations 1947 all residential premises sold, rented or hired must have all socket outlets a ...

  6. Compliance audits commencing – employment of children in takeaway food businesses

    This announcement is for:  Employee / worker Employer In April 2019, Private Sector Labour Relations conducted an education campaign promoting compliance by takeaway food businesses with the child employment provisions in the Children and Community Servic ...

  7. Unsafe airbags could lead to rego cancellation

    This announcement is for:  Consumer With Commissioner for Consumer Protection David Hillyard Are your airbags safe? Car owners across Western Australia are reminded to check whether they have faulty Takata airbags as the Department of Transport exercises ...

  8. Bikini business in deep water over returns policy ($30,000 fine for Frankii Swim Pty Ltd)

    This announcement is for:  Consumer Business / company A bikini business ended up in deep water and was fined $30,000 after Consumer Protection prosecuted the online swimwear seller for misleading customers about refund and returns rights. Frankii Swim Pt ...

  9. State Wage Case hearing – stay up to date on the new minimum wage

    This announcement is for:  Employee / worker Employer The annual State Wage Case was heard yesterday in the Western Australian Industrial Relations Commission. The State Wage Case sets the minimum rates of pay for employees covered by the State industrial ...

  10. Longer Perth trading hours for WA Day and Queen’s Birthday public holidays

    This announcement is for:  Consumer Business / company The State Government has approved an extra four hours of trading for general retail shops in metropolitan Perth on both Western Australia Day and the Queen’s Birthday public holidays. The extension to ...

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