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Unlicensed builder ordered to pay nearly $90,000

An Oakhill man who worked as a residential builder while unlicensed has been ordered to pay fines and compensation of nearly $90,000 by Parramatta Local Court....
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Storm victims urged to be on the lookout for dodgy tradespeople

NSW Fair Trading Minister Matthew Mason-Cox is warning NSW consumers in storm affected areas to avoid using unlicensed tradespeople to repair damaged homes and to be mindful of their consumer rights....
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Travelling conmen spotted in Hunters Hill

NSW Fair Trading Commissioner Rod Stowe is warning residents and businesses in the Hunters Hill area that travelling conmen have been seen offering to clean out gutters and do roof restoration work....
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ATO urges large and medium-sized employers to get SuperStream-ready

The Australian Taxation Office is reminding all large and medium-sized employers that the window for preparing for SuperStream is closing fast....
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What Happens When Tragedy Hits Your Worksite?

We all hope it never happens to us, but accidents can sometimes be an inevitable part of life. This was all too clear when a painting contractor presented his experiences when one of his staff was tragically killed on a work site....
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Remember to pay the new Super Guarantee rate

The Australian Taxation Office (ATO) is reminding employers of the increase to the compulsory minimum super payments they make on behalf of eligible employees....
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Check Your Tradie Is Licensed

NSW Fair Trading Minister Matthew Mason-Cox has launched a new campaign designed to encourage consumers to check a tradesperson's licence when hiring someone to carry out home building works and repairs....
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Construction Focus For New National Campaign

Hundreds of construction businesses will come under scrutiny as part of a new national campaign announced today by the Fair Work Ombudsman....
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SAFETY WARNING: Be careful when using retractable cable chargers

NSW Fair Trading Commisioner Rod Stowe is advising consumers to take extra care when using retractable cable chargers through a USB connection for their electronic devices including iPods, iPads and iPhones....
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NSW Fair Trading Minister raises scam awareness

NSW Fair Trading Minister Matthew Mason-Cox and Member of Maitland Robyn Parker visited Newcastle and Maitland to meet with local residents to promote scam awareness....
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