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  1. WA builder and clients caught up in payment interception scam

    This announcement is for:  Builder Business / company Consumer Property industry Two clients of a WA builder have transferred a total of $72,000 to scammers believing they were paying instalments towards the construction of their homes. The two payments o ...

  2. Propping your pool gate open is a matter of life and death

    This announcement is for:  Builder Consumer Building surveyor Home buyer / owner Permit authority Tradesperson Building and Energy is alerting owners and occupiers of properties with swimming or spa pools about the significant risks of propping open a poo ...

  3. Father-and-son builders face tribunal – Jason Zachariah Burns and Richard Burns, of Jason Burns Homes

    This announcement is for:  Builder Consumer The State Administrative Tribunal (SAT) has imposed a $20,000 fine and ordered further training after a father-and-son building partnership breached WA’s building laws in relation to defects at three new homes. ...

  4. Get the Australia Day public holiday right

    This announcement is for:  Employee / worker Employer If you are covered by the state industrial relations system, here is what you need to know about rates of pay for the Australia Day public holiday in 2019. The public holiday for Australia Day in 2019 ...

  5. Avoid Perth petrol price rise

    This announcement is for:  Business / company Consumer Motor industry The average price of unleaded petrol is set to increase by over 21 cents per litre (cpl) to 135.7 cpl tomorrow, so FuelWatch is encouraging Perth drivers to fill up today to save money. ...

  6. Commissioner's Blog: Make sure your donations go to legitimate charities

    This announcement is for:  Consumer Western Australians are well known for their generosity but donors need to ensure that they are dealing with a licensed organisation to ensure their money reaches the intended recipients. Always ask for identification f ...

  7. Commissioner's Blog: Options for retirement living

    This announcement is for:  Consumer Senior As some of us get older, some of our housing needs are likely to change to suit our lifestyle but there is what appears to be a confusing array of housing options now available for retirees. Working out what is t ...

  8. Avoid Perth petrol price rise

    This announcement is for:  Consumer Business / company Motor industry The average cost of unleaded petrol is set to increase by around 21 cents per litre (cpl) to 134.7 cpl tomorrow, so FuelWatch is encouraging Perth drivers to fill up today to save money ...

  9. Commissioner's Blog: Don’t fall for high pressure tactics from travelling tradies

    This announcement is for:  Consumer For many of us, summer is the season to relax and unwind but this is also the time of year when travelling tradespeople start approaching householders and businesses with ‘cheap’ deals on jobs like roof painting and bit ...

  10. Wageline is back in action for 2019

    This announcement is for:  Employee / worker Employer Wageline has now reopened after the Christmas and New Year period. We are excited to start a new year fresh and ready to help you with your employment queries on state employment law. Wageline deals wi ...

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