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  1. Rogue tree lopper to pay more than $22,000 after consumer law conviction (Sean Robert Weinthal)

    behaviour by Mr Weinthal in the future. “Since 2006 we have issued numerous public warnings and taken ...

  2. WA builder operating without insurance putting home buyers at risk – Western Australian Construction Pty Ltd (BC102149)

    HII insurer and may have been forged. “The public is warned to exercise care if entering into any new ...

  3. What is the definition of a retirement village, law reform consultation asks

    Retirement Villages Act (RV Act). The setting up of a public register is a proposal being put forward to ... Protection Lanie Chopping said having a more easily accessible public database could greatly assist consumers ...

  4. Electrical safety warning over deadly wood art device

    articles about it from publications. WA’s Director of Energy Safety Saj Abdoolakhan said the recent tragedy ...

  5. Prosecution and $75,000 penalty for unsafe electricity connection – Electricity Networks Corporation trading as Western Power

    and take action on conduct that puts public safety at risk.” <ENDS> Media contact: ...

  6. Water safety advice for dormant buildings

    note at abcb.gov.au or www.abcb.gov.au/Resources/Publications/Education-Training/ensuring-the-safety-of ...

  7. New service helps tenants and landlords resolve COVID-19 tenancy issues

    uncertain times for those in private and public housing, residential long-stay parks, as well as boarders ...

  8. Tree lopper cut down by Supreme Court after acquittal overturned (Sean Robert Weinthal)

    sub-standard. “Consumers should also note the numerous public warnings and previous legal actions taken against ... Mr Weinthal and seek quotes from other more reputable tree loppers.” Most recent public warning ...

  9. $20,000 fine for dangerous and substandard electrical work – Dryden Peter Adams

    will continue to hold to account anyone who puts public safety at risk.” <ENDS> Media contact: ...

  10. City of Armadale fine increased after WorkSafe appeal

    increased by $80,000 over a 2014 incident in which a member of the public was seriously injured when struck ... Armadale instead fined $110,000. The incident occurred in August 2014, when a member of the public visiting ... members of the public. CCTV footage showed that the practice continued despite the Prohibition Notice, ...

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