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Office Fair Trading - Consumer Law Review
Wednesday, 13 April 2016 14:10

Have you say on the Consumer Law Review

Review of the Australian Consumer Law

On 1 January 2011, the Australian Consumer Law (ACL) came into effect as a single, national consumer protection and fair trading law. For businesses, the ACL governs business operations and obligations to consumers. For consumers, the ACL enshrines in law basic marketplace rights, including the right to a refund for faulty goods, the right to not be misled by advertising and the right to be protected from unfair contract terms.

A review of the ACL is now underway. The review will consider whether the law is operating as intended, how well it is being enforced, and whether it can respond to new and emerging consumer issues. The review is also your chance to have a say on consumer law issues.

An Issues Paper was released on 31 March 2016 and consultation is open until 27 May 2016. Feedback is encouraged on any or all of the issues raised in the Issues Paper, as are suggestions about other ways to improve the ACL. 

A series of stakeholder consultation events are scheduled in a number of locations around Queensland.

You are encourage to review the Issues Paper and participate in the stakeholder consultation event closest to you. You can access a copy of the Issues Paper and the schedule of consultation events on the Office of Fair Trading website.

Feedback on the Issues Paper must be received by Friday 27 May 2016.

 
Free Patient Transfer Bus Between South Burnett & Toowoomba
Monday, 11 April 2016 15:37

New Hospital Bus Kingaroy to Toowoomba

Member for Nanango, Deb Frecklington has been lobbying for better access to health services for our community for many years, and in particular,has been working with the Kingaroy Hospital and the Darling Downs Health Board to provide a solution for people who need to travel to Toowoomba Hospital for treatment. That’s why Deb Frecklington is extremely pleased that the Darling Downs Hospital and Health Board have started a free patient transfer bus service between the South Burnett to Toowoomba. This shows that having a local health board, with people who understand our regional situation, can achieve common sense solutions which are going to really help our community. This is a terrific result that will make a big difference in people’s lives. Deb Frecklington would particularly like to thank Board Chairman, Mr Mike Horan and the Board Members for their ongoing commitment to improving health services in the South Burnett, and South Burnett Cluster Operations Manager, Ms Peta Rutherford for helping to get the bus up and running.

 
Meet & Greet - Commander
Monday, 21 September 2015 12:42

KCCI Meet & Greet on 31st August was hosted by Commander.

Please follow this link to SB Online for more details.

Copper Phone Network To Close

 
Save Our Hospital
Monday, 20 July 2015 07:19

Mayor Wayne Kratzmann needs 5000 signed submissions  by Wednesday to present to State Health Minister Cameron Dick, Federal Health Minister Sussan Ley and the Darling Downs Hospital Board to prompt them to take urgent action on the matter.

Put on your counters and encourage your customers to sign.

If you have not already signed a submission please sign a submission and get it to council by Wednesday.

Click here for submission

 

 

 
KCCI Meet & Greet - 2nd April 2015 - Burke & Wills Motel
Thursday, 09 April 2015 19:39

KCCI Meet & Greet

Burke & Wills Motel - 2nd April 2015

Our last Meet & Greet was a huge success with over 40 attending.

Thank to our hosts John & Janet Courtney, managers of Burke & Wills Motel.

Please follow the link to SB Online for more information.

It’s Not All Doom And Gloom

It’s Not All Doom And Gloom

 
RDA WBB Announces New Committee Members
Monday, 30 March 2015 12:43

Click here for details

 
Entrepreneurs' Infrastructure Programme
Sunday, 09 November 2014 14:32

Launch of new programme services and changes to programme eligibility

Please find information regarding the recently launched Accelerating Commercialisation Programme, Business Growth Service and Supply Chain Facilitation aspects of the Entrepreneurs’ Infrastructure Programme below.  If you have any queries that you would like to discuss regarding these programmes please contact 13 28 46, www.business.gov.au

Entrepreneurs’ Infrastructure Programme

 
Wide Bay Burnett State of the Region
Monday, 03 November 2014 10:57

Wide Bay Burnett State of the Region Report

On behalf of the region, Regional Development Australia Wide Bay Burnett (RDA WBB) commissioned the National Institute of Economic and Industry Research (NIEIR) to produce an independent Wide Bay Burnett State of the Region Report to add to the region’s understanding of current economic trends and future economic scenarios. Initial feedback on this work was provided by Executive Director Dr Peter Brain at the Wide Bay Burnett State of the Region Conference held earlier this year.

The Report which can be accessed on the RDA WBB web site www.rdawidebayburnett.org.au clearly indicates that our region continues to have challenges. It is well known within the region that deepening and diversifying the industrial base as well as investment in pertinent infrastructure by government will assist greatly in driving job creation and regional income.

 

RDA WBB trusts the Report and its analysis and presentation of comprehensive statistical data will be a valuable reference for regional organisations.

 
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