February 2015

Should payday lenders be regulated under NCCP?
Banking Day, 24 February 2015, Nathan Lynch

Payday loans: beware the lure of quick money
The New Daily, 23 February 2015, Alice Uribe

Bills take toll as household debt soars to highest level in three years
Herald Sun, 23 February 2015, Karina Barrymore

‘Landmark’ Payday Lending Fine Marks Pyrrhic Victory for Regulator
UNSW, 20 February 2014, Nathan Lynch

Soaring power costs leads to record number of disconnections in Victoria
The Age, 18 February 2014, Jason Dowling, Aisha Dow

Electricity companies rorting the system, inquiry told
Sydney Morning Herald, 18 February 2015, Brian Robins

Students ‘being deceived’ by private training colleges, education brokers: legal centre
ABC Online, 18 February 2015, Kathy Lord

VET FEE-HELP loan scheme: Millions lost in training courses
The Age, 17 February 2015, Benjamin Preiss and Henrietta Cook

Unscrupulous education brokers harvesting job-seekers’ details, Senate inquiry told
The Age, 16 February 2015, Henrietta Cook

How to fend off ‘snake-oil sellers’ at your door
The New Daily, 16 February 2015, Jackson Stiles

Simply Energy hit with $20,400 in fines over ‘misleading’ door-to-door sales conduct
News.com.au, 12 February 2014, Frank Chung

Consumer advocates attack industry group’s commission proposals
Insurance News, 11 February 2015

Consumer groups slam Trowbridge interim report
Independent Financial Adviser, 11 February 2015, Aleks Vickovich

Life insurance: Consumer groups push for scrapping of commission payments
ABC News, 10 February 2015

The life insurance industry needs separation for success
Sydney Morning Herald, 10 February 2015, Adele Ferguson

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