SIGNS ON PREMISES MUST BE HEEDED WHEN CANVASING DOOR TO DOOR SAYS JUDGE AGAINST ENERGY PROVIDER AGL

DOOR TO DOOR CANVASING IS FINE BUT BEWARE THE SIGNS AGL could face a fine of $50,000, after one of its door-to-door sales people ignored a Do Not Knock sign. The Federal Court in Melbourne found the energy retailer and its agent CPM Australia breached Australian consumer law by ignoring the sign. The breach occurred Read more about SIGNS ON PREMISES MUST BE HEEDED WHEN CANVASING DOOR TO DOOR SAYS JUDGE AGAINST ENERGY PROVIDER AGL[…]

QUEENSLANDS MINING BOOM END DRIVES RENT PRICES DOWN IN QUEENSLAND

Average rent in a number of Queensland, Australia mining towns is coming down quickly as the country’s 10-year mining boom fades. Queensland’s Residential Tenancies Authority said that average weekly rent in Gladstone, Mackay and Roma has dropped significantly – as much as 15% in some areas, in its annual report. Mount Isa however, which is Read more about QUEENSLANDS MINING BOOM END DRIVES RENT PRICES DOWN IN QUEENSLAND[…]