Consumer Affairs Australia and New Zealand (CAANZ), a body made up of consumer affairs officials across Australia, has delivered its final report on the Australian Consumer Law (ACL) review to Commonwealth, state and territory consumer affairs Ministers.
NT Consumer Affairs wants you to have a holiday in the true sense of the word.
A new renting guide is now available for download. The guide provides landlords and tenants an overview of their rights and responsibilities under the Northern Territory Residential Tenancies Act.
The sale of these burners were banned by the NT Government on 23 December 2016 for a 60 day period to ensure Territorians were protected from these potentially dangerous goods.
NT Consumer Affairs is warning consumers to be vigilant when engaging with strangers online around Valentine’s Day.
An interim 60-day product safety ban on alcohol fuelled burners has immediately been put in place in the Northern Territory.
Michael McCormack, the Minister for Small Business has issued a draft notice for the imposition of an interim ban on decorative alcohol fuelled burners. These burners typically use ethanol as the fuel source and are used for decorative purposes.
This Christmas, do business with Santa Clause, not Santa Claws' selling cheap electrical equipment from the back of a van.
On 8 December 2016, Minister Natasha Fyles with the NT Consumer Affairs Commissioner launched the "It's Ok to Walk Away" national Indigenous consumer awareness campaign.
Collectively Australia's consumer protection agencies saw more than $20 million in compensation and penalties paid in 2015-16.