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  1. Unleaded petrol colour changes

    This announcement is for:  Consumer Motor industry Dyes used to identify grades of petrol no longer required Transitional period of up to 12 months now in place Fuel performance not affected by the changes Motorists and fuel industry participants are bein ...

  2. New Employee Central information hub for WA workers

    This announcement is for:  Employee / worker The new Employee Central information hub helps WA workers with: working out which industrial relations system covers your employment  (this is a really important first step) where to get the right information o ...

  3. Commissioner's blog: Tips to avoid towing trouble

    This announcement is for:  Consumer Car trouble can strike at any time when you are out on the roads, so it’s important to be across your rights before a breakdown or an accident occurs to avoid being taken for a ride by tow truck operators. Following rec ...

  4. On the spot fine for plumbing company that refused to refund deposit

    This announcement is for:  Consumer $6,600 infringement notice for failing to comply with unsolicited sales’ laws Company initially refused to refund 50% deposit after contract cancelled Consumers advised to get multiple quotes to avoid paying too much A ...

  5. Report raises the roof on replacement compliance

    This announcement is for:  Builder Building surveyor Consumer Home buyer / owner Permit authority Tradesperson Replacement roofs are over-represented regarding wind damage  Investigation reveals inadequate tie-downs and absent building permits Building an ...

  6. Avoid Perth petrol price rise

    This announcement is for:  Business / company Consumer Motor industry The average price of regular unleaded petrol (ULP) is set to increase by over 28 cents per litre (cpl) to 166.2 cpl tomorrow, so FuelWatch is encouraging Perth drivers, if they can, to ...

  7. Wageline launches Employment Rights in WA community education campaign

    This announcement is for:  Employee / worker Employer Private Sector Labour Relations has just launched a new community education campaign to help Western Australian employers and employees understand employment rights. The Employment Rights in WA campaig ...

  8. Why pay for information you can get for free?

    This announcement is for:  Consumer Websites charging for free or low cost information from government agencies Beware of vehicle checks, fuel price and super search websites Consumers urged to obtain information from the source before signing up Consumer ...

  9. Commissioner's blog: Don’t be hasty when buying a home

    This announcement is for:  Home buyer / owner Western Australia’s residential property market is booming right now, so house-hunters may be feeling some pressure to buy now to avoid missing out in future. While it might be a seller’s market, we would urge ...

  10. Appliance safety in the spotlight as gas campaign heats up

    This announcement is for:  Consumer Gas worker Tenant Property industry Product safety Landlord / lessor Home buyer / owner Building and Energy campaign targets carbon monoxide hazards in the home Gas heaters should be regularly serviced by a licensed gas ...

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