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Illawarra Mercury
Agents must reveal homes' grisly talesto illegal extensions. It is an issue that attracted attention in 2004 when an
Agents must reveal homes' grisly tales
Illawarra Mercury / Posted 7 days ago
to illegal extensions. It is an issue that attracted attention in 2004 when an agency was fined $20,900 by the Office of Fair Trading for misleading behaviour over the North Ryde property in which Sef Gonzales murdered his parents and... Read more
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News Mail
Dodgy bitumen tradies preying on vulnerable residentsto keep a lookout for conniving bitumen tradies preying on vulnerable people of
Dodgy bitumen tradies preying on vulnerable residents
News Mail / Posted 9 days ago
to keep a lookout for conniving bitumen tradies preying on vulnerable people offering deals "too good to be true”. An Office of Fair Trading spokesman said a group of door-to-door traders offering cheap deals on asphalt for driveways and only... Read more
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BBC News
Q&A: Better banking for you - what is the plan?years - the ability of banks to charge more or less what they like if you go ov
Q&A: Better banking for you - what is the plan?
BBC News / Posted 19 days ago
years - the ability of banks to charge more or less what they like if you go overdrawn without permission. In 2009, the Office of Fair Trading (now part of the CMA) failed completely in a legal challenge which would have overthrown the right of... Read more
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Brisbane Times
Security training to be reviewed across QueenslandAttorney-General Yvette D'Ath said. As a result of Peacemakers being stripped
Security training to be reviewed across Queensland
Brisbane Times / Posted 20 days ago
Attorney-General Yvette D'Ath said. As a result of Peacemakers being stripped of the right to train security staff, the Office of Fair Trading was working with ASQA to locate participants who completed training under the banned business. "This... Read more
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Herald Sun
Qld security industry to undergo trainingAttorney-General Yvette D'Ath said. As a result of Peacemakers being stripped
Qld security industry to undergo training
Herald Sun / Posted 20 days ago
Attorney-General Yvette D'Ath said. As a result of Peacemakers being stripped of the right to train security staff, the Office of Fair Trading was working with ASQA to locate participants who completed training under the banned business. "This... Read more
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20d
News.com.au
Qld security industry to undergo trainingAttorney-General Yvette D'Ath said. As a result of Peacemakers being stripped
Qld security industry to undergo training
News.com.au / Posted 20 days ago
Attorney-General Yvette D'Ath said. As a result of Peacemakers being stripped of the right to train security staff, the Office of Fair Trading was working with ASQA to locate participants who completed training under the banned business. "This... Read more
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Perth Now
Qld security industry to undergo trainingAttorney-General Yvette D'Ath said. As a result of Peacemakers being stripped
Qld security industry to undergo training
Perth Now / Posted 20 days ago
Attorney-General Yvette D'Ath said. As a result of Peacemakers being stripped of the right to train security staff, the Office of Fair Trading was working with ASQA to locate participants who completed training under the banned business. "This... Read more
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20d
NBC News
Amazon Japan Raided on Suspicion of Antitrust PracticesAmazon said it was confident its agreements with publishers were legal and in t
Amazon Japan Raided on Suspicion of Antitrust Practices
NBC News / Posted 20 days ago
Amazon said it was confident its agreements with publishers were legal and in the best interests of readers. Britain's Office of Fair Trading and Germany's Federal Cartel Office probed Amazon's conditions for third-party sellers trading on its... Read more
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The Globe and Mail
Amazon Japan raided on suspicion of antitrust practicesAmazon said it was confident its agreements with publishers were legal and in t
Amazon Japan raided on suspicion of antitrust practices
The Globe and Mail / Posted 20 days ago
Amazon said it was confident its agreements with publishers were legal and in the best interests of readers. Britain’s Office of Fair Trading and Germany’s Federal Cartel Office probed Amazon’s conditions for third-party sellers trading on its... Read more
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20d
Reuters
Amazon Japan raided on suspicion of antitrust practices: NikkeiAmazon said it was confident its agreements with publishers were legal and in t
Amazon Japan raided on suspicion of antitrust practices: Nikkei
Reuters / Posted 20 days ago
Amazon said it was confident its agreements with publishers were legal and in the best interests of readers. Britain's Office of Fair Trading and Germany's Federal Cartel Office probed Amazon's conditions for third-party sellers trading on its... Read more
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24d
Manxnet
Manx Gas announces further reduction in tariffsisle of man news Manx Gas, following formal consultation with the Office of Fa
Manx Gas announces further reduction in tariffs
Manxnet / Posted 24 days ago
isle of man news Manx Gas, following formal consultation with the Office of Fair Trading under the Regulatory Agreement, is reducing its tariffs by 3.6 per cent which will take effect from 6 September, 2016.Managing director Tony Nicholls said: “We... Read more
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Scotsman
Martin Flanagan: The PPI scandal train rolls onloan insurance still had obvious and deserved momentum. The later involvement
Martin Flanagan: The PPI scandal train rolls on
Scotsman / Posted 26 days ago
loan insurance still had obvious and deserved momentum. The later involvement of parliamentary committees, the old Office of Fair Trading and then-Competition Commission, and the High Court, plus big regulatory fines for the mis-selling,... Read more
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Toowoomba Chronicle
Dodgy trader fails to seize the dayA CLONTARF computer services businessman has been ordered to pay more than $23,
Dodgy trader fails to seize the day
Toowoomba Chronicle / Posted 29 days ago
A CLONTARF computer services businessman has been ordered to pay more than $23,500 in fines and restitution after the Office of Fair Trading brought charges for breaching the Australian Consumer Law. Graeme David Orchard, sole director of Carpadiem... Read more

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