CHOICE opposes FSANZ proposal to allow health claims on sports drinks.
8 Oct 2014 |
CHOICE is opposing a new proposal which would allow Gatorade, Powerade and other sugar-filled electrolyte drinks to carry health claims on their labels.
Patients confused about difference between cosmetic and plastic surgery, as health funds crack down.
7 Oct 2014 |
The ombudsman has asked health insurers to clear up clauses on their policies about plastic and reconstructive surgery.
Just one out of 21 recommendations aimed at fixing the problems with dodgy car repairs has been flagged for implementation.
3 Oct 2014 |
A significant number of vehicles being fixed through insurance-companies' car repairers are being returned to NSW roads after undergoing shoddy repair jobs.
TM31 fault may cause spills and burns without this fix.
2 Oct 2014 |
Vorwerk will replace seals for all affected Thermomix TM31s soon, says Thermomix Australia.
Coke serves up smaller cans and price point in the hope of capturing more consumers.
30 Sep 2014 |
Coca-Cola Australia has launched a new small sized 250ml can at a low price to drive sales.
Federal Court finds supermarket "fresh bread" claims are half-baked.
29 Sep 2014 |
Court bans Coles from making dodgy credence claims.
Low doc doesn't mean no doc, ASIC finds.
29 Sep 2014 |
Low doc lenders are tightening their practices after the introduction of new responsible lending laws.
Cyber currency gets its own card.
25 Sep 2014 |
An Aussie startup is trialling a new bitcoin EFTPOS debit card, as the ATO declares bitcoin and other cyber currencies assets rather than money.
AEMC rejects a ban on mid-contract increases, but recommends better disclosure.
23 Sep 2014 |
Despite the best efforts of consumer advocates, unilateral price variation by energy retailers does not appear to be destined for the dustbin.
Eating breakfast cereal regularly can improve your diet and reduce your risk of being overweight or developing diabetes.
22 Sep 2014 |
Regular breakfast cereal eaters have diets higher in vitamins and minerals and lower in fat, and are less likely to be overweight or obese compared to breakfast skippers and other breakfast eaters, says study.