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Complex energy offers are one of a number of barriers to competition in the energy market. on 7 March CUAC will launch the report Improving energy market competition through consumer participation. This free event will feature perspectives from industry, regulators and the consumer sector speaking about ways to strengthen the retail energy market

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A landmark event in the Standards community is World Standards Day, with this year’s theme of Creating Confidence Globally. It is a means of paying tribute to the collaborative efforts of the thousands of experts worldwide who develop the voluntary technical agreements that are published as international standards, and to raise the importance of standardisation…

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Prices, products, pressures, protections. And politics. A briefing and discussion For legislators, policy makers, industry, consumer advocates. Australian energy prices are rising fast – faster than inflation, faster than wages, and faster than in other advanced economies. The energy market and its products are becoming more complex. Find out why and what this means for…

Read More Energy at home: Current issues for consumers: Tuesday 13 September

There is only one more week to go until the 2011 ACCAN National Conference, a chance to explore and question what universal access to high-speed broadband will mean for Australian consumers. Far from being a meeting of “tech heads”, this conference will offer an in-depth exploration of the bigger picture challenges, opportunities and possibilities presented…

Read More One week to ACCAN Conference: Our Broadband Future

The South Australian Financial Counselling Association’s (SAFCA) 2011 Conference The Evolving Landscape of Financial Counselling will be held on 26 and 27 September at the Rydges South Park Hotel, Adelaide.  Speakers include Dennis Nelthorpe – West Heidelberg Community Legal Service Kat Lane – Consumer Credit Legal Service NSW Mark Henley – Uniting Care Wesley Adelaide…

Read More The Evolving Landscape of Financial Counselling