"Dear God, give a bald guy a break," Homer Simpson prays in a memorable episode of The Simpsons.
The ACCC is calling for increased transparency in the charity sector - urging third-party commission-based fundraisers to disclose to potential donors.
Hundreds of thousands of Australian Uber riders and thousands of local Uber drivers have been caught up in the breach that the ride-sharing company concealed for more than a year.
Ikea Australia is not issuing a recall on its?"Malm" dressers and drawers, or any other ranges,?despite an eighth?child being crushed to death by a chest of drawers in the US.
Suncorp Group's AAMI has paid $43,200 to the corporate watchdog.
To help shoppers who find the heightened sensory environment of a supermarket - the constant music, beeping scanners, bright lights and all - to be challenging, a low-sensory shopping experience designed to be easy on the eyes and ears will be offered from Tuesday.
Frustrated Elanora residents say 'someone needs to take responsibility' over the collapsed retaining wall at a unit complex.
Red Balloon founder Naomi Simson said compliance is hard for small businesses as her company pays penalties for alleged breaches of consumer laws.
Swanky hotels have long employed this strategy: if you feel special and loved, maybe you'll come back. Now the airlines have jumped on the bandwagon.
The Shark Tank judge's business has been fined $43,200 by the competition watchdog.
Elderly and bedridden residents will lose their homes before Christmas as a scandal-ridden retirement village prepares to close.
Ever wondered how the share bikes that are flooding the city's streets actually make money?
Medibank chief executive Craig Drummond says the private health insurer is "disappointed" that the competition watchdog is appealing a court case that it lost against Medibank earlier this year.
The product was soon removed from the website, but not before screenshots had been posted to social media by concerned and angry customers.
Honey Birdette's Managing Director has dismissed a petition calling the lingerie chain's advertising pornographic as "ridiculous."
Dodgy Sydney car dealers busted winding back odometers have been jailed and forced to pay compensation to their victims.
One weekend at a Meriton serviced apartment block in Queensland, guests had no hot water, had power outages, and put up with "excessive" construction noise.
A petition calling for controversial lingerie brand Honey Birdette to remove "raunchy" advertising from Westfield stores around Australia is gaining traction online.
Another day, another NBN saga.
A tangled mess of ghost nets lurk in the Gulf of Carpentaria, trapping fish, mammals and turtles.
Australian Unity will return $620,000 to policyholders after it made changes to dental benefits that it promised it wouldn't make.
Budget airline AirAsia is issuing at least half a million dollars in refunds, having wrongly charged a departure tax for child passengers on some flights since 2010.
The take-away coffee cup holding your morning flat white could soon be turned into outdoor furniture, building materials, or food trays.
The IVF industry has been accused of increasingly placing profits over patients.
Health insurance premiums have been going up by about 5 per cent each year. Funds are now under pressure to limit it to 2 per cent.
The National Broadband Network is not being used to its full potential with less than half of those able to join the network choosing to do so and those that are, accessing it at some of the lowest speeds available.
Oxfam is urging retailers to ensure factory workers are being paid not just a minimum wage, but a living wage.
German sweet maker Haribo said on Friday it was investigating companies in its supply chain following allegations of slave labour being used on its suppliers' plantations in Brazil.
Clare Wainwright is $24.5 million richer after waiting more than a month for National Australia Bank to correct its mistake.
"Find the perfect ticket," the Viagogo site boasts. But consumers are finding the ticket resale website far from perfect.