NSW Fair Trading

Price increases on watch list as Container Deposit Scheme starts

Retailers and distributors who use the NSW Government’s Container Deposit Scheme as a false reason to jack up prices will be targeted by NSW Fair Trading after complaints about misleading price increases were made.

October complaints data released in time for Christmas shopping

NSW Fair Trading’s Complaints Register October data was released today with ticket reseller Viagogo again topping the list for the third month running.   

Port Stephens builders to benefit from the Building Business Expo

The builders of Port Stephens are invited to attend a NSW Fair Trading Expo this Thursday, 26 October.  The Expo will feature industry experts who will provide practical advice to help licenced builders run their business. 

Have your say on retirement villages at Parramatta community forum

A community forum will be held in Parramatta next week to allow residents to have their say about the retirement village sector in NSW.

The forum is one of a series being held across the state as part of a NSW Government inquiry into retirement villages, announced on 30 July 2017.

Have your say on retirement villages at Ballina community forum

A community forum will be held in Ballina next week to allow the area’s residents to have their say about the retirement village sector in NSW.

Have your say on retirement villages at Wollongong community forum

A community forum will be held in Wollongong next week to allow residents to have their say about the retirement village sector in NSW.

The forum is one of a series being held across the state as part of a NSW Government inquiry into retirement villages, announced on 30 July 2017.

Have your say on retirement villages at Wagga Wagga community forum

A community forum will be held in Wagga Wagga next week to allow residents to have their say about the retirement village sector in NSW.

The forum is one of a series being held across the state as part of a NSW Government inquiry into retirement villages, announced on 30 July 2017.

Consumers urged to be aware of their rights as pop-up events pop up

The season for pop-up events is rapidly approaching, prompting consumer affairs agencies around the country to remind event organisers and consumers to be aware of their rights and responsibilities under the Australian Consumer Law (ACL). 

Husband and wife fined $90,000 following Home Building Act breaches

A Sydney husband and wife have been fined a combined total of $90,000 after their company contracted to do significant residential building work without the required licence.

Deniliquin residents get My Place advice from NSW Fair Trading

More than 90 residents from the Deniliquin area attended nine information sessions as part of the NSW Fair Trading’s My Place program in September.

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