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
An SCER report has found that the current energy review regime fails to meet its goals of being fair and balanced.Read More Energy Review Regime Effectively Ignores Consumers
ASIC urges custodial services to do a better job protecting superannuation and other investors from misconductRead More Investment fund ‘custodians’ in the spotlight
CCAAC has found gift cards can cause consumer detriment but no case for regulatory changes.Read More Report finds gift cards not perfect
Queensland Consumers will submit that the National Grocery Code has lead to significant consumer benefits.Read More Unit pricing benefits consumers – QCA
CUAC hopes that the current reviews in the energy sector will lead to change.Read More Time for Energy Sector Reform
CALC has urged the Productivity Commission to place more focus on consumers in Regualtory Impact Analyses.Read More Is consumer benefit missing from regulation analysis?
The Government and RBA have taken action on access to ATMs in remote Indigenous communities, but issues still remain around competition and transparency.Read More ATM competition – what about some?
The Victorian Taxi Industry Inquiry has called for sweeping reforms of the taxi and hire car industries.Read More Victorian Taxi Industry Inquiry release Draft Report
CHOICE estimates Qantas collects at least $204 million in payment surcharges yearly.Read More Qantas takes $100m extra in surcharges – CHOICE
Government announcements suggest we’ll get a better food labelling system. But in the meantime the discredited DI% labels are still found on our food.Read More Food labelling: Daily intake percentage labels discredited