The results are a mixed bag.
13 Dec 2011 |
Ministers have handed down their decisions on the future of food labelling, and the menu contains mixed results for consumers.
Over 3700 consumers joined the call for traffic light labels.
9 Dec 2011 |
More than 3700 signatures and CHOICE’s open letter were sent to food and health ministers from around Australia.
There's been some success but there's still a way to go with free or local rate calls.
18 Nov 2011 |
A campaign being run by the Australian Communications Consumer Action Network (ACCAN) aims to have calls to 1800, 1300 and 13 numbers charged at a fair price from mobile phones.
The inspiration for and editor of Computer CHOICE magazine from 1996 to 1998.
16 Nov 2011 |
CHOICE salutes an innovator, talented journalist and loving husband and father who died on 15 November 2011, just 18 days short of his 40th birthday.
Go4Green reaches the next level of shonkiness.
16 Nov 2011 |
Just when you thought it couldn't get any shonkier, Go4Green is recalled due to the risk of electric shock.
Small but crucial victory for prospective homeowners.
11 Nov 2011 |
The fight for plain English and full disclosure on financial products is far from over but there have been some wins.
How a single Facebook post sparked a major consumer movement against the big banks.
9 Nov 2011 |
Thousands of US citizens have walked away from big banks in a consumer revolt as part of Bank Transfer Day.
CHOICE on board with Consumers International.
8 Nov 2011 |
Consumers International has received support from the G20 for greater financial consumer protection.
With notable exceptions, insurance industry has not served flood victims well
26 Oct 2011 |
CHOICE's Shonky Award to the Insurance Industry is based on information provided by those dealing face to face with the many consumers who have had flood claims denied.
The annual event aims to increase awareness about unintentional childhood injuries and their prevention
25 Oct 2011 |
The aim of this year's event is to remind parents to take all precautions to protecting their children.