Choice calls on Parliament to get answers for consumersRead More Tech giants need to face music on price discrimination
Indigenous consumers particularly targeted – Centrepay turns a blind eyeRead More Centrepay: a good idea that lost its way
Geo-blocking and copyright laws lead to excessive pricing of IT products for AustraliansRead More Is geo-blocking price gouging Australian consumers?
CHOICE survey suggests consumers want to be able to support Australian farmers and manufacturing jobsRead More Shoppers want food and manufacturing origin info
Current rules create barriers to consumer involvementRead More Call for submissions on draft PC electricity network findings
An ASIC review has found areas for improvement for EDR schemes, licensees and consumer advisers.Read More How to improve dispute schemes where debt recovery has commenced
Committee’s rejection of a Do Not Knock register can’t be the end of the debate.Read More Committee rejects Do Not Knock register: so get the sticker!
Ian Jarrett urges consumer groups to comment on the Productivity Commission’s draft report.Read More Can regulatory impact processes benefit consumers?
Australian consumers are being discriminated against by international IT companies: ACCAN, CHOICE.Read More International Companies Ripping Off Australian Consumers
Consumer, academic and regulator research shows need for reform in selling practices, pricing and hardship programs.Read More Energy policy a mess
Improvements are needed to the Travel Compensation Fund – but do some States want to scrap it?Read More Unknown future for Travel Compensation Fund
The Australian government hopes the national food plan will set policies for the long term.Read More Consultation on National Food Plan