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  1. Safety in the bag for Perth Royal Show

    This announcement is for:  Consumer Product safety   Consumer Protection WA has given its seal of approval to 270 Perth Royal Showbags after product safety inspectors checked about 1500 toys and novelty items that will be sold at the Claremont Showground. ...

  2. Reassurance for residents as Settlers’ retirement villages go into receivership

    This announcement is for:  Consumer Senior Retirement village owner / operator Consumer Protection is offering some reassurances for residents of two WA retirement villages affected by the Settlers group of companies being placed into receivership. Admini ...

  3. Laws restrict when children can work at the Perth Royal Show

    This announcement is for:  Employee / worker Employer Western Australia’s employment of children laws in the Children and Community Services Act 2004 apply to all workplaces including temporary workplaces such as pop up retail outlets, mobile food vans, a ...

  4. Commissioner's Blog: Don’t gift iTunes cards to scammers

    This announcement is for:  Consumer Senior With Commissioner for Consumer Protection David Hillyard If you don’t know much about iTunes gift cards, that’s music to scammers’ ears. Fraudsters call out-of-the-blue pretending to be a representative of a gove ...

  5. Building surveyor certifies non-complying construction – Constructive Building Consultants Pty Ltd and Caillam Walter Bruyn

    This announcement is for:  Builder Building surveyor Consumer Permit authority Home buyer / owner The Building Services Board has fined Wangara building surveying contractor Constructive Building Consultants Pty Ltd (BSC2033) $2,500 and building surveyor ...

  6. High-profile builder fined over faulty slab – Dale Alcock Homes Pty Ltd and Dale Andrew Alcock

    This announcement is for:  Builder Consumer Home buyer / owner Tradesperson Major WA builder Dale Alcock Homes Pty Ltd (BC7309) and its nominated supervisor Dale Andrew Alcock (BP7184) have been fined a total of $10,000 in relation to a defective concrete ...

  7. Management company fined $45,000 for misuse of substation

    The company that managed Morley Galleria Shopping Centre when two men were killed and two severely injured in an explosion in 2015 has been fined $45,000. ...

  8. Employment compliance audits for regional cafés and restaurants

    This announcement is for:  Employee / worker Employer DMIRS Industrial Inspectors have visited a number of café and restaurant business owners in the regional areas in recent weeks requesting employment records to check compliance with state employment la ...

  9. Avoid Perth petrol price rise

    This announcement is for:  Consumer Motor industry The average price of unleaded petrol is set to increase by over 19 cents per litre (cpl) to 149.3 cpl tomorrow, so FuelWatch is encouraging Perth drivers to fill up today to save money. FuelWatch advises ...

  10. Licensing of plumbing apprentices and contractors’ obligations in the transition process

    This announcement is for:  Plumber Tradesperson It has come to the attention of the Plumbers Licensing Board (the Board) that in a small number of cases plumbing apprentices who have completed their apprenticeships, and obtained the appropriate qualificat ...

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