The Victorian Government is pleading with Victorians to heed the warnings this summer and look after themselves and others – particularly the elderly and young children – when the weather heats up.
With maximum temperatures comfortably exceeding 40 degrees Celsius in most of the Western region, and with the forecast for more of the same, Western Local Land Services is reminding producers about steps that should be taken to minimise heat stress on livestock.
With very hot temperatures being experienced across the Territory, and particularly in Central Australia, pet owners should be mindful of the risk of heat stroke in dogs.
Australian businesses and consumers could soon have access to new technology to help protect their products from the risks of counterfeiting.
New data reveals people are increasingly contacting the ACCC about issues with faulty products and services.
Here’s the good news on claiming the cost of your business assets.
Regional Queenslanders are encouraged to be aware of increased recreational safety risks of low level dams.
Tax scams seem to be everywhere at the moment and Scamwatch is warning people not to engage with phone calls or emails they receive threatening arrest or jail over unpaid tax debts.
‘Tis the season to be jolly! But ho-ho-hold up before you start making spirits bright and rewarding your employees with gifts or parties this Christmas, as fringe benefits tax may apply when providing all the trimmings.
More than 140,000 motorists from Sydney’s Eastern Beaches can now participate in the digital driver licence trial.