Honey shipped to Australia could face a new test to weed out "fake" produce blended with sugary syrup under changes being considered by the federal agriculture department.
- by Patrick Hatch
Because hospitality workers should be paid fairly to start with.
- by Paul Phillips
The growing popularity of 'fake honey' puts honey bees at risk, and could lead to a humanitarian disaster never before seen in modern society.
- by Robert Costa
Honey giant has hit back after tests showed its imported honey was "adulterated".
- by Adele Ferguson & Chris Gillett
More needs to be done to clean up discrepancies, reduce overcharging and ensure low income members are not disadvantaged.
- by Michael Easson
We rely constantly on Google to find out what to buy and to get from one place to another. Is it possible for Google to manipulate search results? Would it?
- by Brian Fung
The quality of some products sold by the country's top electronic retailers is "not good enough", says NSW Fair Trading Minister Matt Kean.
- by Julie Power
Dodgy figures from one retailer has brought six months worth of household and business complaints into question.
- by Cole Latimer