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  1. Balcony building practitioner fined for negligent and misleading conduct – Christiaan Theodore Hazebroek

    can put public safety at risk,” he said. “Of particular concern in this case is the provision of ...

  2. Commissioner's blog: New guide addresses building fee increases, delays

    found online at: www.commerce.wa.gov.au/publications ...

  3. Hairdressing chain ordered to pay $90,000 to workers

    and public holidays, meal and tool allowances and annual leave on termination. Furthermore, he failed ...

  4. Former builder penalised for unapproved and non-compliant work – Jeffery Thomas Jennings

    Executive Director Saj Abdoolakhan said disregard for the building approval process could put public safety ...

  5. Former shire building surveyor fined $1,000 for misleading conduct – Darryle Baxter

    surveyors must work diligently and follow correct processes in light of their important public safety role. ...

  6. New appointment to spearhead consumer issues in the Mid-West

    she was the Area Manager in Halls Creek coordinating public housing services for mostly indigenous ...

  7. Event organisers warned to keep advertising accurate

    This announcement is for:  Consumer Warning comes after public complaints of disappointment about ... public complaints from people who attended the Bali Fest event at Mandurah over the Easter weekend, with ...

  8. Wageline expands social media campaign to Twitter

    followers can expect information and updates on minimum pay rates, public holidays, long service leave, and ...

  9. Nominations open for Work Health and Safety Excellence Awards

    taking advantage of the opportunity to have their safety achievements publicly recognised.” The Award ...

  10. Building surveyor cautioned over deficient documents – Modesto Giancaspro

    surveyors should not lose sight of their important public safety role when certifying that building work ...

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