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  1. Consider safety and road rules when buying e-scooters for Christmas

    This announcement is for:  Consumer Product safety Consumers buying e-scooters or e-skateboards as Christmas gifts this year are being urged to consider the safety and road rules relating to these products before purchasing. The growing popularity of what ...

  2. High number of complaints against furniture removalist sparks concern (My Moovers / Ajanvi Pty Ltd)

    This announcement is for:  Consumer The growing number of complaints against a Melbourne-based furniture removalist that operates nationally has sparked concern with a public warning being issued by Consumer Protection. The warning relates to Ajanvi Pty L ...

  3. Children working in the school holidays

    This announcement is for:  Employee / worker Employer The school holidays are just starting and many young workers will be keen to earn some extra money by working over the break, but in Western Australia there are restrictions on where and when children ...

  4. COVID-19 relief grants expanded to help pay tenants’ rent debt

    This announcement is for:  Consumer Landlord / lessor Property industry Tenant COVID-19 rent grant updates See the latest announcement on the Residential Rent Relief Grant Scheme for current eligibility and application details. Grant funding to be re-purp ...

  5. Commissioner's blog: Are you covered for change of mind?

    This announcement is for:  Consumer Business / company When it comes to booking holidays or buying presents online, the terms and conditions (t&cs) matter now more than ever. This is because some businesses may now have extra policies in place as a re ...

  6. Mandurah glazing company fined $90,000 over serious injury to worker

    This announcement is for:  Employee / worker Employer A Mandurah glazing company has been fined $90,000 (and ordered to pay $3474.50 in costs) after a worker was seriously injured when he was trapped under multiple glass sheets that fell on him. Madora Ba ...

  7. Avoid Perth petrol price rise

    This announcement is for:  Consumer The average price of regular unleaded petrol (ULP) is set to increase by over 31 cents per litre (cpl) to 136.9 cpl tomorrow, so FuelWatch is encouraging Perth drivers, if they can, to fill up today to save money. FuelW ...

  8. Holiday safety consumer alert: Blind and curtain cords can kill

    This announcement is for:  Consumer Property industry Landlord / lessor Home buyer / owner A holiday safety consumer alert has been issued by Consumer Protection following the recent tragic death of a two-year-old girl who was strangled by a blind cord at ...

  9. New resources launched to help combat wage theft

    This announcement is for:  Employee / worker Employer Wageline today launched new resources on the Wageline website at www.dmirs.wa.gov.au/wagetheft  to assist all WA employers and employees find the right information on their employment rights and obliga ...

  10. $6,000 fine for property manager who took money from agency trust account (Kylie Jo-Anne Thomas)

    This announcement is for:  Consumer Property industry Tenant Landlord / lessor A property manager employed by a Mandurah real estate agency has been fined $6,000 and ordered to pay $400 costs by the Mandurah Magistrates Court for taking money from the age ...

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