consumers

Have your say on food labelling options online

Have your say on food labelling options online

Have your say on food labelling options online

Why it’s time for companies to give us back our data

Why it’s time for companies to give us back our data

Why it’s time for companies to give us back our data

'Free range' producers on eggshells over misleading claims

'Free range' producers on eggshells over misleading claims

Consumer watchdog puts producers on notice

120,000 items recalled over cancer fears for dyes

120,000 items recalled over cancer fears for dyes

Myer, Target, Just Jeans, Rivers, Pillow Talk in massive recall

Summer's Day powerful reminder on button battery dangers

Summer's Day powerful reminder on button battery dangers

Five children a week going to hospital after swallowing batteries

'Craft beer' may not be as Aussie as you think

'Craft beer' may not be as Aussie as you think

THINK you were drinking an Aussie “craft beer” over the weekend?

Govt mum on competition law review detail

Govt mum on competition law review detail

Review to look at competition laws, broader economy, supermarkets

Baby found with monitor cord wrapped twice around neck

Baby found with monitor cord wrapped twice around neck

Baby monitors recalled after two babies fatally strangled

McArdle refuses to say Qld will see power price drop

McArdle refuses to say Qld will see power price drop

Further deregulation will reduce pressures on prices, says Minister

AER works on improving energy market regulation

AER works on improving energy market regulation

Australian Energy Regulator has new focus on consumers

Queenslanders facing $400 a year power bill increase

Queenslanders facing $400 a year power bill increase

Energy suppliers say regulation is costing consumers in long run

Choice gives out awards for shonky goods and services

Choice gives out awards for shonky goods and services

Consumer watchdog names and shames poor products with 2012 Awards

Telstra looks at charging customers one-off carbon price fee

Telstra looks at charging customers one-off carbon price fee

Telstra considers slugging customers with carbon price surcharge

Debate rages over energy reform

Debate rages over energy reform

MPs fight over what changes should be made within Aus energy market

Consumers give supermarkets swerve

Consumers give supermarkets swerve

City consumers give supermarkets swerve

Consumers prefer to buy Aussie produce

Consumers prefer to buy Aussie produce

Consumers prefer to buy Australian produce to support farmers.

Big start to Boxing Day sales

Big start to Boxing Day sales

Ipswich retailers rejoice after massive turnout for Boxing Day sales

Cash registers ring out

Cash registers ring out

Cash registers ring out for Christmas

Put time on your side

Put time on your side

We haven't yet realised the real cost of our consumerism

Fees will hurt small businesses

Fees will hurt small businesses

EFTPOS tax will soon hurt small businesses

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