Unique International College made false or misleading representations and engaged in behaviour amounting to unconscionable conduct, the Federal Court has found.
Lucy Cormack is Consumer Affairs Reporter with The Sydney Morning Herald.
A court has found Get Qualified Australia misled consumers, but for former clients it won't change the fact they are still out of pocket.
"Get Qualified took advantage of vulnerable people wanting to better their careers," said ACCC Commissioner Sarah Court.
The Baker family attends more sports training sessions in the week than there are days.
About 44 per cent of Australians believe their super will not be enough for their entire period of retirement.
Bill Rothery now considers his monthly music subscription bill to be "more important than electricity".
Andrew Gibson and his partner reported mould issues in their inner-west apartment, only to be told they had 90 days to vacate the property.
The woman stopped to change a flat tyre when she was hit and killed by a minibus.
AGL has launched proceedings over company's failure to provide timely meter reads over the past two years.
A cybercrime expert has raised concerns about the security flaws in smart meters.