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Perth father-son building duo slapped with $20,000 fine for home defects

Perth father-son building duo slapped with $20,000 fine for home defects

Jason Burns and his father, Richard Burns, were found to have breached building laws in not addressing three houses' defects.

  • by staff writers

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Best in show funds shortlist 'unworkable': industry expert
APRA

Best in show funds shortlist 'unworkable': industry expert

SuperRatings boss Jeff Bresnahan said choosing a super fund is more than just comparing returns.

  • by Stephen Miles
Super switch was part of comeback story for Russell
Regulation

Super switch was part of comeback story for Russell

Switching super to cut fees and boost returns can be an important way to rebuild your finances.

  • by Charlotte Grieve
Big banks launch assault on 'predatory' buy now, pay later rivals
Afterpay Holdings

Big banks launch assault on 'predatory' buy now, pay later rivals

The big banks have criticised market rivals, accusing short-term lenders such as Afterpay of shirking regulations.

  • by Eryk Bagshaw
Push for fee confessions from superannuation funds

Push for fee confessions from superannuation funds

Super fund clients may soon find it easier to see how much they are being charged to run their fund under new proposals made by corporate watchdog ASIC.

  • by Stephen Miles
The new laws taking effect in NSW from January 1
Roads

The new laws taking effect in NSW from January 1

With a state election looming, families with children will benefit most, while road users will again be slugged with toll increases.

  • by Josh Dye
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Tampon tax out, ATM fees in: rules and regulations that kick in on January 1

Tampon tax out, ATM fees in: rules and regulations that kick in on January 1

Student welfare payments ABSTUDY and Youth Allowance will be boosted in the new year, in measures worth $92 million over the forward estimates.

  • by Max Koslowski
Regulators in race to be toughest cop on corporate beat
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Regulators in race to be toughest cop on corporate beat

After heavy criticism at the banking royal commission, APRA and ASIC are flexing their muscle with litigation.

  • by Elizabeth Knight
ACCC wins watchdog of the year, as others lick their wounds
Opinion
Opinion

ACCC wins watchdog of the year, as others lick their wounds

Most of our regulators ended the year with their lack of vigilance exposed, their reputations battered and their ears stinging from judicial rebuke.

  • by Ross Gittins
Conman's rental rort robs tenants of $79,000 in a month
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Conman's rental rort robs tenants of $79,000 in a month

Pretending to own short term rentals as a way to fleece would-be renters is at the heart of an elaborate scam.

  • by Charlotte Grieve
From top of the pops to defendant: IOOF boss hangs in the balance
IOOF

From top of the pops to defendant: IOOF boss hangs in the balance

There is speculation any court action will run for more than a year indicating IOOF boss Chris Kelaher leave period could be lengthy.

  • by Sarah Danckert