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Central Coast chemical producer fined over worker’s burns

A Central Coast chemical manufacturing company has been fined more than $48,000 after a 28-year-old man suffered first and second degree burns in a hazardous chemical spill.

Retirement Village Ambassador hits the road

Kathryn Greiner AO has been announced as the NSW Retirement Village Ambassador, taking on the important role to speak to and advocate for residents across the State.

'Tis the season to be jolly careful with tickets

New ticket scalping laws will protect consumers for the first time this Christmas, but shoppers should still remain vigilant so they aren’t ripped off by scammers.

Seaforth property manager sentenced for fraud and theft

A former Seaforth Senior Property Manager has been sentenced to 300 hours community service after committing almost $100,000 of trust account fraud.

Burwood construction company fined $210,000 for poor safety

A Burwood building company has been fined $210,000 for failing to comply with multiple SafeWork NSW warnings to improve safety practices.

Eastern suburbs real estate blitz

More than $51,000 in fines have been issued to real estate agents in Sydney’s Eastern Suburbs, following a Fair Trading compliance blitz.

Penrith real estate agent convicted of trust account fraud

A former Penrith real estate agent has been convicted of trust account fraud.

Christopher Black, who was the Director and Licensee-In-Charge of CLB Property Group Pty Ltd, misused more than $124,000 that was supposed to be held in trust after the sale of two homes.

Subbies win with new laws

Sub-contractors and their families will have better financial security thanks to new laws which passed the NSW Parliament overnight.

Minister for Better Regulation Matt Kean said the security of payment laws will help stop subbies being left out of pocket for work completed each month.

Retirement Village Shake Up

Retirement village residents and their families will be better protected under new legislation that has passed Parliament.

Tenants benefit from Better Business Reforms

Tenants and small business owners around NSW will benefit from a $41 million savings boost after the final part of the NSW Coalition’s Better Business Reforms passed Parliament today.


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