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Terms and conditions are seemingly everywhere. Often when you buy or sign up for something online, you are asked to tick a box that says you have read the terms and conditions. Our guess is that most people don’t actually read the T’s & C’s – probably because they are

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Overseas travel in and out of Australia has been steadily increasing over the course of this year, as the world starts to open up again following the Covid-19 pandemic lockdowns. But with Covid still very much part of everyday life, there is still some risk associated with travelling, including the

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When you see a dollar sign (“$”) on an Australian website, what currency would you think it refers to? Of course, Australian dollars, you would say. Well, it might actually be US dollars, according to Airbnb the world’s largest short-term accommodation platform. Between the period between January 2018 and August

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If you drive a car, you (and your wallet) will be aware that petrol prices have dramatically increased recently.  We are told it is because of the war in Ukraine and that it is likely that petrol prices will be high for a while.  The federal government has tried to

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In late December last year, the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) commenced proceedings against Lorna Jane, alleging they had engaged in false or misleading representations. The allegations related to an advertising campaign which represented that the LJ Shield Activewear protected people wearing it from contracting and spreading viruses, including

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