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Celebrating small business across Tasmania

Wednesday, 19th Jul 2017
The Commonwealth and Tasmanian Governments have celebrated the efforts of the State’s small businesses to create local jobs and provide local services following Small Business Week.
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Low cost, low cover private health policies rising

Tuesday, 18th Jul 2017
An ACCC report into the private health insurance industry released today has found that affordability of private health insurance remains a significant concern for consumers.
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Seasonal Work Incentives Trial

Tuesday, 18th Jul 2017
Are you after work in the horticultural industry? Does your business have a high seasonal labour demand? Take part in the Seasonal Work Incentives Trial.
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Beware high risk, no reward investment scams

Monday, 17th Jul 2017
The ACCC is warning the community to watch out for investment scammers who promise the world but leave their victims with broken dreams and empty bank accounts.
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ACCC urges Horticulture Industry to comply with code

Monday, 17th Jul 2017
The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission is putting growers and traders in the horticulture industry on notice that they need to take steps to comply with the 2017 Horticulture Code of Conduct, or face penalties and fines.
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ASIC consults on proposed financial benchmark regulatory regime

Monday, 17th Jul 2017
ASIC is seeking feedback on proposed ASIC rules for the administration of licensed financial benchmarks and regulatory guidance on how we would administer the proposed financial benchmark regulatory regime.
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ASIC takes action to wind up land banking scheme and its operator

Monday, 17th Jul 2017
ASIC has commenced proceedings in the Federal Court of Australia to wind up a land banking scheme known as the VKK Investments Unit Trust (VKK scheme), as well as the trustee and operator of the scheme, Gem Management Group Pty Ltd (Gem).
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Joint operation uncovers alleged exploitation of overseas workers at Melbourne restaurants

Monday, 17th Jul 2017
The operator of two popular Melbourne restaurants is facing Court after a raid conducted as part of a joint-operation allegedly discovered employees had been underpaid almost $31,000 over a period of just two weeks.
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