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.
The ACCC has taken action against a Melbourne gym.
2 Aug 2012 |
A Melbourne gym is fined $6600 after making misleading carbon claims.
Technology industry has predictable reaction to IT pricing inquiry.
30 Jul 2012 |
Industry groups claim that the costs of doing business in Australia are driving up the prices of IT hardware and software products.
Friends of the Earth claims that two suppliers of sunscreen ingredients misled leading brands.
27 Jul 2012 |
Environmental groups call for action against allegedly misleading nanoparticle labelling on suncreen products.
Food and health ministers reject proposal for independent evaluation of new claims.
23 Jul 2012 |
Food and health ministers in Australia and New Zealand have rejected a proposal by FSANZ for independent evaluation of new health claims in food labelling.
Access to safe, affordable and nutritious food should be National Food Plan priority.
19 Jul 2012 |
The National Food Plan Green Paper has been launched by the Minister for Agriculture, Fisheries and Forestry, Senator Joe Ludwig.
CHOICE research has found that Australians are paying 50% more for IT products.
18 Jul 2012 |
New CHOICE research shows that Australians are paying 50% more for computers, software, games and music.
Over 3000 consumers sign petition asking ACCC to reject Australian Egg Corporation’s free-range definition.
5 Jul 2012 |
We've lodged a submission with the ACCC, asking for the rejection of the Egg Corporation’s free-range certification.