The Tenants Union of NSW has recently released the results of a survey conducted about tenant’s experiences living with mould, with more than 400 respondents. According to the union’s Leo
The following case study reflects decisions made by the Consumer, Trader and Tenancy Tribunal, which is now the NSW Consumer and Commercial Division of NCAT from 1 January 2014. The information
A Victorian construction worker has been fined after facing court for assaulting a WorkSafe inspector on a job site in Elwood, 2018. The inspector had been passing the construction site
The rise in home renovation television shows has moved lawyers related to the infamous James Hardie cases to warn would-be renovators about the risks of undertaking DIY jobs themselves. Both
According to a microbiologist contracted by the Australian Government to assess growing concerns at the Nauru processing centre, says the contamination was “of epic proportions” and “presented a serious health
A fruit juice company operating out of Hastings, New Zealand has been fined $NZ367,500 ($349,624) after an employee was killed in workplace machinery in 2017, and ordered to pay $NZ141,000
Six months after significant flooding events hit Townsville, residents that are battling construction and insurance negotiations are also having to deal with an unprecedented problem of mould growing in residences.
A report has been released explaining the connection between adverse respiratory health in children and mould or dampness in the home. The group of scientists investigated the association between exposure