A complaint about a 15-second internet advertisement for a Paddle Pop iceblock has been upheld by the Advertising Standards Bureau.
Lucy Cormack is Consumer Affairs Reporter with The Sydney Morning Herald.
NSW Labor MP Ron Hoenig is calling for a parliamentary inquiry into children's football.
More than $3.6 million in trust account funds has been stolen by NSW real estate agents in the past two years.
Complaints about internet services and the National Broadband Network rose by nearly 100 per cent in the past financial year.
A "disconnect," between banks, government planning and the insurance industry, is leaving Australian homeowners vulnerable to "climate change foreclosure."
Few trees enjoyed as much stardom as the University of Sydney jacaranda.
NSW parents can pay up to $2400 for their children to play elite youth football. But questions have been raised about how the fees are spent.
Community groups are calling for a review of the Centrelink Telephone Allowance, which currently offers a base rate of $28 a quarter.
Alcohol delivery services in Sydney reported business revenue losses of up to 40 per cent when lockout laws were introduced.
The potential benefits of a double-barrelled penis - for a fly anyway.