This Summer, the Australian Veterinary Association (AVA) is warning animal owners about the dangers of leaving their pets in vehicles.
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Resolved to get fit in 2018? Ease into it – going like a bull at a gate when starting an exercise program is never a good idea, but when the heat is on, extra precautions are needed.
Queensland rural landholders are being urged to lock in property maps now ahead of looming new restrictions around what they can and can't do on their land.
WA Finance Minister Ben Wyatt has urged employers who have contracted their payroll processing function to another company to check that their payroll taxes are being paid to the Commissioner of State Revenue.
ATO advises your have until 30th of June to immediately write off $20,000 in assets.
Doctors are urging parents and carers to be vigilant with children in and around water.
With temperatures expected to reach 36 degrees in Melbourne, and as high as 43 degrees in other parts of the state, RACV is urging parents and carers to Check Keys – Check Kids to prevent accidentally locking children in hot cars. The busy holiday season can mean that momentary distractions by parents and carers could lead to deadly consequences.
The ACCC is urging drivers of vehicles with defective Takata airbags installed to check if their car is affected by the biggest global vehicle recall in history before driving long distances this summer.
Products and activities common to this time of year can pose accident risks, particularly if you aren't vigilant or fail to identify safety hazards.
The ACCC is warning the community to be wary of scammers trying to ruin their Christmas holidays.