Australian consumers fight unfair bank fees in the High Court.
6 Sep 2012 |
A class action lawsuit is fighting for over $220 million in unfair bank fees collected from Australian consumers.
We've told the Attorney General’s department to protect consumers who bypass online geoblocks.
29 Aug 2012 |
Geoblocks prevent consumers from getting a better deal, and help companies discriminate on price.
End to energy network companies charging consumers for unnecessary infrastructure.
24 Aug 2012 |
New rules could mean electricity companies won't be able to profit from over-investing in their poles and wires.
The Commonwealth rattles a sword at the telecom industry, but will any real enforcement ensue?
23 Aug 2012 |
The announcement of possible regulatory intervention to prevent excessive international roaming charges is good news, but will the telecommunications world really change?
A senate committee report recommends country of origin labelling reform.
20 Aug 2012 |
A senate inquiry has found that Australia's country of origin labelling is in need of an overhaul.
Not all banks are applying the new credit card reforms.
17 Aug 2012 |
Banks are applying new reforms to existing cards in a variety of ways
ACCC takes action against shonky energy door-to-door practices.
17 Aug 2012 |
The ACCC has launched a new initiative targeting door-to-door sales tactics.
Long-time consumer advocate to take the reins at CHOICE.
13 Aug 2012 |
CHOICE's next CEO, Alan Kirkland, says strengthening ties with members, consumers, businesses and government will be one of his top priorities.
Australian Greens propose sweeping changes to country of origin labelling rules for food products.
8 Aug 2012 |
The Australian Greens have proposed a major shake-up of country of origin food labelling.
We want to hear if you’ve paid more for digital products because you’ve bought them in Australia.
2 Aug 2012 |
We're asking for examples of price discrimination on computer, software, gaming, and music products.