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WA Government to assist RSPCA in providing shelter to pets of domestic violence victims

WA Government to assist RSPCA in providing shelter to pets of domestic violence victims

In a media statement by the Hon. Simone McGurk, MLA for Fremantle, the State Government has announced it will provide $100,000 of funding to the […]

Congratulations to former CCLSWA Legal Admin Assistant Natalie Walter

Congratulations to former CCLSWA Legal Admin Assistant Natalie Walter

On 4 August 2017 Natalie Walter, former CCLSWA Legal Administrative Assistant, was admitted to the legal profession by the Supreme Court of Western Australia. Natalie’s […]

Lululemon pays up on ACCC infringement notices

Lululemon pays up on ACCC infringement notices

Lululemon Athletica Australia Pty Ltd (Lululemon) has recently found itself in hot water after being served with three infringement notices issued by the Australian Competition […]

CCLSWA Contributes to a Review of the Financial System External Dispute Resolution Framework

CCLSWA Contributes to a Review of the Financial System External Dispute Resolution Framework

On 4 July 2017, the Joint Consumer Group, of which Consumer Credit Legal Service (WA) Inc is a member, submitted its comments on the Supplementary […]

Financial Rights Legal Centre (NSW) Launch the Motor Vehicle Accident Problem Solver

Financial Rights Legal Centre (NSW) Launch the Motor Vehicle Accident Problem Solver

In July 2017 the Financial Rights Legal Centre (FRLC) NSW launched its latest project, the Motor Vehicle Accident Problem Solver. The tool leads members of […]

The Shield: August 2017

The Shield: August 2017

This month’s newsletter is all about defaults and repossessions – read about a common issued faced by CCLSWA clients, mortgage stress. The newsletter also contains […]

Western Australia’s Uncollected Goods Legislation Recently Amended

Western Australia’s Uncollected Goods Legislation Recently Amended

On 12 June 2017 amendments to WA’s Disposal of Uncollected Goods Act 1970 came into effect. Under the new rules, if an abandoned item is […]

Australian Competition and Consumer Commission’s ScamWatch available in 12 languages

Australian Competition and Consumer Commission’s ScamWatch available in 12 languages

The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) has recently updated its ScamWatch website to include twelve additional languages. Scam information is now available in Arabic, […]

ASIC Commences Proceedings against Credit Clean Australia and its Director

ASIC Commences Proceedings against Credit Clean Australia and its Director

In July 2017, ASIC began legal proceedings against credit repair business Malouf Group Enterprises Pty Ltd (MGE) and its director Mr Jordan Francis Malouf. MGE […]

Australian Consumer Law Review Final Report Released 19 April 2017

Australian Consumer Law Review Final Report Released 19 April 2017

Consumer advocates welcome the release of the Australian Consumer Law Review Final Report. The Report was informed by submissions to the Interim Report and Issues […]

ACCC warn consumers to be wary of high risk no reward investment scams

ACCC warn consumers to be wary of high risk no reward investment scams

Members of the community are being warned by the Australia Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) about risky investment scams that often result in no reward. […]

Federal Court finds Get Qualified Australia Pty Ltd Engaged in Misleading Conduct

Federal Court finds Get Qualified Australia Pty Ltd Engaged in Misleading Conduct

The Federal Court has found that education consultancy company Get Qualified Australia Pty Ltd (GQA) “made false or misleading representations and engaged in unconscionable conduct […]

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Inspire Growth

CCLSWA offers interactive workshops to community legal centres, financial counsellors, community groups, and community worker organisations in Western Australia. These workshops discuss important topics associated […] read more...

Radio Show: Heritage FM

CCLSWA’s principal solicitor, Faith Cheok, is a regular guest on the James Wray Show broadcast on the Perth based radio station Heritage FM 107.3.

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