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Erin Turner Feb 19
Private corporations have no place in our schools calls on government to kick commbank out 👏👏👏
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Patrick Veyret 6h
The first class action post Since 2011, the claim is Westpac broke the law by failing to verify the living expenses of borrowers, relying instead on the HEM benchmark. Thousands of Australians could be affected.
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CHOICE 2h
Replying to @perthhacks @woolworths
Unit pricing is only mandatory for stores with over 1000 square metres of floor space, but most big Woolworths stores fall under this mandate. If you visit the store again, you could ask the manager why the unit price isn't displayed. Please let us know if you do take this action
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CHOICE 6h
Replying to @perthhacks
If it's from a smaller supermarket, they may not be required to show unit prices (we're campaigning for this to change though). Otherwise, they should display the breakdown
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CHOICE 24h
Apple industry introduces measures to stop consumers from biting into floury fruit
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CHOICE Feb 19
Teachers strike back against Dollarmites program
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CHOICE Feb 19
Pricing tricks confusing shoppers: Choice
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CHOICE Feb 19
Choice wants consumers to take a stand against sneaky supermarket price tricks via
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CHOICE Feb 18
To be considered top performers by the CHOICE testing team, paper towels need to be absorbent, strong and puncture-resistant. We put 32 products to the test, but here are the 5 best, and 5 worst performers:
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Patrick Veyret Feb 18
has been proudly fighting - and achieving - stronger protections for Australians in the mortgage broking industry for decades. This is an article from 2004.
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ACCC Product Safety Feb 17
Injury Risk ► UPPAbaby RumbleSeat Adaptor. The adaptors can become detached if incorrectly affixed to the stroller or if bumped or kicked with force by a sibling sitting in the stroller seat, causing a fall risk and injury to a child.
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CHOICE Feb 18
Replying to @ksyd2015
It's based on Federal Government calculations. You can read more here:
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CHOICE Feb 18
Our very own explains why pay on time discounts are actually late penalties in disguise!
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Vision Australia Feb 18
People who are blind or have low vision should be able to shop in the same way as the rest of the community. is right, unit pricing needs to be clear and accessible to all:
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FIVEaa Feb 18
ON NOW: from joins Leon regarding unit pricing.
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Eliza Berlage Feb 17
Replying to @choiceaustralia
A report found 51% of people who rent are currently living in a home that needs repairs
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CHOICE Feb 18
⚡️Good news! Dodgy pay-on-time energy 'discounts' are on the chopping block after the government submitted a rule change to the Australian Energy Market Commission (AEMC):
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Linda Przhedetsky Feb 17
I spoke to about major reforms on 'unacceptable' late fees
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CHOICE Feb 17
Penny Flanagan is all for the of de-cluttering, but where on earth is she supposed to send all of this stuff? If the Netflix series 'Tidying up with Marie Kondo' has got you wondering the same thing, check out the full article here:
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Patrick Veyret Feb 17
"Hayne could make his accurate predictions because we've seen this all before. This is exactly how the financial advice sector reacted in response to the same reforms that Hayne has recommended for brokers." 's
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