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    Scaffidi admits breaking WA council law

    Scaffidi admits breaking WA council law

    13 Sep 2019 by AAP

    Suspended Perth Lord Mayor Lisa Scaffidi has admitted at an inquiry that she broke the law when she interfered in the council heritage listing process for a building in which she had a financial interest. ...

    More guilty pleas for WA Health Dept fraud

    More guilty pleas for WA Health Dept fraud

    13 Sep 2019 by AAP

    Two more contractors have admitted their involvement in Perth's North Metropolitan Health Service fraud scandal. ...

    Govt seeks consultation to strengthen ASIC

    Govt seeks consultation to strengthen ASIC

    11 Sep 2019 by AAP

    The Morrison government has moved a step closer to beefing up the powers of the securities watchdog as part of its aim to restore trust in the nation's banking system. ...

    Live export inspector bill passes Senate

    Live export inspector bill passes Senate

    10 Sep 2019 by AAP

    Live animal exports will be policed by an independent inspector-general under legislation poised to pass federal parliament. ...

    Perth adviser arrested and charged with $948k theft

    Perth adviser arrested and charged with $948k theft

    04 Sep 2019 by Business News

    The Australian Securities and Investments Commission has cancelled the financial services licence of Perth-based Platinum Perpetual Global Private Wealth, after an adviser from the firm was charged with stealing $948,000 of clients’ funds. ...

    ASIC takes BoQ and Bendigo to court

    ASIC takes BoQ and Bendigo to court

    04 Sep 2019 by Business News

    The Australian Securities and Investments Commission is launching legal action against the Bendigo and Adelaide Bank and Bank of Queensland amid allegations of unfair small business lending terms. ...

    Chinese firm loses WA land clearing appeal

    Chinese firm loses WA land clearing appeal

    29 Aug 2019 by AAP

    A Chinese company suspected of illegally clearing land at a pastoral station in Western Australia's north has had its appeal against a stop-work order dismissed, but has been encouraged to apply for a permit retrospectively. ...

    Scaffidi claims CEO sacking a coincidence

    Scaffidi claims CEO sacking a coincidence

    28 Aug 2019 by AAP

    Suspended Perth Lord Mayor Lisa Scaffidi has told an inquiry it was a coincidence a city chief executive was axed after she learned he had referred her to the Corruption and Crime Commission. ...

    Dale Alcock fined for defective works

    Dale Alcock fined for defective works

    28 Aug 2019 by Business News

    Dale Alcock and Dale Alcock Homes have been fined a total of $10,000 in relation to a defective concrete slab that ultimately led to a decision to demolish and rebuild a Woodvale house. ...

    Vicinity fined $45,000 for Galleria failure

    Vicinity fined $45,000 for Galleria failure

    27 Aug 2019 by Business News

    The company that manages the Galleria Shopping Centre has been fined $45,000 after it was found guilty of failing to ensure safe access and egress for persons who were not its employees, after an explosion at Galleria in 2015 killed two men and left two ot ...

    Industrial manslaughter laws on the way

    Industrial manslaughter laws on the way

    26 Aug 2019 by Mark Beyer

    Business people could face up to 20 years in prison and their company fined up to $10 million under industrial manslaughter laws to be introduced by the state government. ...

    Local shed company cops hefty fine

    Local shed company cops hefty fine

    22 Aug 2019 by Business News

    Perth company Shed Systems has been ordered to pay almost $77,000 in fines, compensation and costs after taking deposits from consumers for sheds but failing to supply them. ...

    ASIC bans Perth director

    ASIC bans Perth director

    21 Aug 2019 by Business News

    The Australian Securities and Investments Commission has banned Perth businessman Max David Goldenberg from providing financial services and engaging in credit activities for a period of eight years. ...

    Perth lawyer to be struck off

    Perth lawyer to be struck off

    13 Aug 2019 by Adrian Rauso

    Nicholas Oud has been removed from the roll of legal practitioners, after the Supreme Court of Western Australia upheld an earlier decision by the Legal Profession Complaints Committee. ...

    $90k fine for builder's false claims

    $90k fine for builder's false claims

    12 Aug 2019 by Business News

    Two Perth businesses and their director must pay almost $90,000 in fines and costs after claiming to be authorised to undertake work for which they were not registered. ...

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