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  1. Furniture retailer to pay $47,000 in fine, costs and compensation (Aura Designs Pty Ltd / Bedrooms by Aura / Simone Lockett)

    This announcement is for:  Consumer Business / company Bedrooms by Aura and Simone Lockett fined $15,000 for failing to deliver Court orders six consumers be paid about $36,000 in compensation Affected consumers from around Australia ordered items online ...

  2. Licensing of motor vehicle dealers in WA “not just red tape” (Viktor Aleksoski)

    This announcement is for:  Consumer Motor industry Rivervale man fined $4,000 for dealing more than 40 vehicles with no licence Magistrate says licensing important for safety and protection of consumers Consumer Protection urges the community to report an ...

  3. Reminder: Consultation period for 2021/2022 budget- Retirement villages bulletin 13

    This publication is for:  Retirement village owner / operator Tenant 13 May 2021 Reminder: Consultation period for 2021/2022 budget Before the start of each financial year, the residents of a retirement village must have access to the proposed budget docu ...

  4. Firms offering debt management services require credit licence to operate (ASIC media statement)

    This announcement is for:  Consumer ASIC has today released an information sheet for providers of debt management services that explains their new regulatory obligations, including the requirement to be licensed. The  National Consumer Credit Protection A ...

  5. 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 30 cents per litre (cpl) to 157 cpl tomorrow, so FuelWatch is encouraging Perth drivers, if they can, to fi ...

  6. Make sense of small business employment obligations

    This announcement is for:  Employee / worker Employer There are two systems of employment law that operate in WA – the state industrial relations system and the national fair work system. These systems have different employment obligations, so getting the ...

  7. New appointment to spearhead consumer issues in the Goldfields

    This announcement is for:  Consumer Bouyden McKenzie takes up position in Consumer Protection’s Kalgoorlie office His experience in supporting and educating the community useful in new role Department’s presence in the region increases ability to deal wit ...

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

    This announcement is for:  Consumer Candice Evans to lead the team in Consumer Protection’s Geraldton office Her experience in helping tenants will be useful in new role Consumer Protection’s presence in the region increases ability to deal with local iss ...

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

    This announcement is for:  Building surveyor Builder Permit authority Consumer Former Shire of Cuballing building surveyor unintentionally misled the Shire of Narrogin Errors included the wrong type of certificate, no DFES review and non-compliant fire hy ...

  10. Industry Bulletin 138 – Weatherproofing – Windows and doors

    This bulletin provides guidance on the selection and installation of windows and doors. It is intended to assist in improving the standard of design, documentation and building compliance to reduce water penetration into buildings during wind driven rain ...

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