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New Building Legislation 2011

New building legislation 2011 Following the information that featured in the last Newsletter regarding the four new Building Bills currently before the WA Parliament, CAWA wrote to Simon O’Brien, Minister for Commerce, expressing its concerns about The Building Services (Complaint … Continue reading

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Building Services Bill 2011

Building Services Bill 2011

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Review of Food Labelling Law and Policy 2011

Review of Food Labelling Law and Policy 2011 In Nov-Dec, Consumer Comment revisited the current legislation on food labels. The review of the current laws, ‘Labelling Logic Review of Food Labelling Law and Policy (2011) was released in late January … Continue reading

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Changes to Building Legislation 2007

The first changes to Building Legislation have been announced, following the review of all building legislation that took place in 2006. Changes to the monetry thresholds and limits of the Home Building Contracts Act 1991 (HBC) were to be introduced … Continue reading

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Associations Incorporations Bill 2006

In November last year, DOCEP released a Consultation Guide seeking comments on the Draft Associations Incorporations Bill 2006. The Executive Summary that identifies all the major proposed legislative changes is reproduced below. The full Consultation Guide and the Draft legislation … Continue reading

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Daylight Saving

Western Australia adopted daylight saving time in 1974, but abandoned it following a referendum in 1975. It then reintroduced it in 1983–84, only to be abandoned again following a referendum during 1984. A referendum in 1992 sealed the fate of … Continue reading

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