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Western Advocate
Quad bikes to be rated in safety systemhave occurred on farms, which makes quad bikes the highest killer of workers in
Western Advocate / Posted yesterday
have occurred on farms, which makes quad bikes the highest killer of workers in Australia,” NSW Better Regulation Minister Matt Kean said. “Every year there are over 1400 people that are seriously injured as a result of quad-bike accidents.” At... Read more
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Daily Liberal
Quad bikes to be rated in safety systemhave occurred on farms, which makes quad bikes the highest killer of workers in
Daily Liberal / Posted yesterday
have occurred on farms, which makes quad bikes the highest killer of workers in Australia,” NSW Better Regulation Minister Matt Kean said. “Every year there are over 1400 people that are seriously injured as a result of quad-bike accidents.” At... Read more
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Illawarra Mercury
Quad bikes to be rated in safety systemhave occurred on farms, which makes quad bikes the highest killer of workers in
Illawarra Mercury / Posted yesterday
have occurred on farms, which makes quad bikes the highest killer of workers in Australia,” NSW Better Regulation Minister Matt Kean said. “Every year there are over 1400 people that are seriously injured as a result of quad-bike accidents.” At... Read more
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Canberra Times
Experts criticise law to protect home buyers from dodgy developersThe NSW Minister for Better Regulation, Matt Kean, promised home buyers that th
Canberra Times / Posted 14 days ago
The NSW Minister for Better Regulation, Matt Kean, promised home buyers that they would be better protected from unscrupulous developers by a defect bond scheme that would provide money to pay for building defects. "This scheme will give comfort to... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Experts criticise law to protect home buyers from dodgy developersThe NSW Minister for Better Regulation, Matt Kean, promised home buyers that th
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 14 days ago
The NSW Minister for Better Regulation, Matt Kean, promised home buyers that they would be better protected from unscrupulous developers by a defect bond scheme that would provide money to pay for building defects. "This scheme will give comfort to... Read more
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The Age
Experts criticise law to protect home buyers from dodgy developersThe NSW Minister for Better Regulation, Matt Kean, promised home buyers that th
The Age / Posted 14 days ago
The NSW Minister for Better Regulation, Matt Kean, promised home buyers that they would be better protected from unscrupulous developers by a defect bond scheme that would provide money to pay for building defects. "This scheme will give comfort to... Read more
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Canberra Times
NSW government introduces bond to protect home buyers from dodgy developersa bond with Fair Trading to pay for unfinished or dodgy work. Photo: James Alco
Canberra Times / Posted 18 days ago
a bond with Fair Trading to pay for unfinished or dodgy work. Photo: James Alcock The NSW Minister for Better Regulation, Matt Kean, said the defect bond scheme was intended to reduce costs for both developers and buyers, cut time delays in... Read more
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The Age
NSW government introduces bond to protect home buyers from dodgy developersa bond with Fair Trading to pay for unfinished or dodgy work. Photo: James Alco
The Age / Posted 19 days ago
a bond with Fair Trading to pay for unfinished or dodgy work. Photo: James Alcock The NSW Minister for Better Regulation, Matt Kean, said the defect bond scheme was intended to reduce costs for both developers and buyers, cut time delays in... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
NSW government introduces bond to protect home buyers from dodgy developersa bond with Fair Trading to pay for unfinished or dodgy work. Photo: James Alco
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 19 days ago
a bond with Fair Trading to pay for unfinished or dodgy work. Photo: James Alcock The NSW Minister for Better Regulation, Matt Kean, said the defect bond scheme was intended to reduce costs for both developers and buyers, cut time delays in... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
New Year's Eve revellers urged to avoid party poopersseek a refund if New Year's Eve events don't live up to the advertising. Photo:
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 21 days ago
seek a refund if New Year's Eve events don't live up to the advertising. Photo: City of Sydney Better Regulation Minister Matt Kean reminded consumers they are protected under the law and are entitled to refunds or compensation if this year's... Read more
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The Age
New Year's Eve revellers urged to avoid party poopersseek a refund if New Year's Eve events don't live up to the advertising. Photo:
The Age / Posted 21 days ago
seek a refund if New Year's Eve events don't live up to the advertising. Photo: City of Sydney Better Regulation Minister Matt Kean reminded consumers they are protected under the law and are entitled to refunds or compensation if this year's... Read more
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News.com.au
Message in the sky this NYEand from the city as the city is swamped with revellers celebrating the end of
News.com.au / Posted 21 days ago
and from the city as the city is swamped with revellers celebrating the end of 2017. Meanwhile Better Regulation Minister Matt Kean has warned Sydneysiders to beware of New Year’s “fizzers” and to report parties and promoters that fail to deliver... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Message in the sky this NYEand from the city as the city is swamped with revellers celebrating the end of
The Courier Mail / Posted 21 days ago
and from the city as the city is swamped with revellers celebrating the end of 2017. Meanwhile Better Regulation Minister Matt Kean has warned Sydneysiders to beware of New Year’s “fizzers” and to report parties and promoters that fail to deliver... Read more
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Canberra Times
Blue Mountains council puts case for survival to ministersaid. Ms Upton's intervention last week came two days after her cabinet collea
Canberra Times / Posted a month ago
said. Ms Upton's intervention last week came two days after her cabinet colleague, Minister for Better Regulation Matt Kean, ordered Safe Work NSW to investigate asbestos management practices at the council. Liberal councillor and former... Read more
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The Age
Blue Mountains council puts case for survival to ministersaid. Ms Upton's intervention last week came two days after her cabinet collea
The Age / Posted a month ago
said. Ms Upton's intervention last week came two days after her cabinet colleague, Minister for Better Regulation Matt Kean, ordered Safe Work NSW to investigate asbestos management practices at the council. Liberal councillor and former... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Blue Mountains council puts case for survival to ministersaid. Ms Upton's intervention last week came two days after her cabinet collea
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted a month ago
said. Ms Upton's intervention last week came two days after her cabinet colleague, Minister for Better Regulation Matt Kean, ordered Safe Work NSW to investigate asbestos management practices at the council. Liberal councillor and former... Read more
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News.com.au
New NSW laws crack down on fire safetysix months after London's devastating Grenfell inferno killed at least 80 peopl
News.com.au / Posted 1 months ago
six months after London's devastating Grenfell inferno killed at least 80 people. The state's Better Regulation Minister Matt Kean says the laws mean the government can ban unsafe building products and target dodgy operators. Companies found... Read more
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Herald Sun
Big win for gift card customersa warning from RedBalloon founder Naomi Simson that it could harm small busines
Herald Sun / Posted 1 months ago
a warning from RedBalloon founder Naomi Simson that it could harm small business. At the time, NSW Fair Trading Minister Matt Kean said the reforms, which take effect from March 31, 2018, would put up to $60 million a year back into the hands of... Read more
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Adelaide Now
Grinch bots are stealing Christmaswere snapped up. “I’m sick of seeing ordinary fans being pushed out of the mar
Adelaide Now / Posted 1 months ago
were snapped up. “I’m sick of seeing ordinary fans being pushed out of the market by ticket bots,” Fair Trading Minister Matt Kean said at the time. While finite concert tickets have long been a target for this kind of thing, at least in the US,... Read more

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