Dentists and Doctors call for Sugar Tax

The Federal Australian Dental Association (ADA)  has congratulated the AMA in calling for an immediate tax on sugar as one of its pillars to improve the nation’s overall health. “The ADA has called on the government to introduce a tax on sugary foods and drinks for many years because our 17,000Read More →

Learner Permit Victoria

Thousands of prospective learner drivers from across the state will be able to take their learner’s permit test anytime, anywhere thanks to the accelerated roll-out of the new Learner Permit Test Online. More than 10,000 aspiring young drivers who have had their learner’s test postponed due to circuit breaker restrictionsRead More →

Morrison Frydenberg announcing COVID disaster payment

After the lockdown in Victoria was extended for another week, the pressure on the federal government it seems became too much to bear. And as metro Melbourne enters the second week of lockdown, the Federal Government has announced a new financial support package – Temporary COVIDF Disaster payment – toRead More →

Energy Retailers will be banned to do door-to-door sales

No more Door-to-Door Sales or Cold-Calling after 31 December 2021 The Andrews Labor Government will phase in a ban on door-to-door sales of energy products and introduce penalties of up to $1 million for energy retailers that wrongfully disconnect vulnerable Victorians as part of new legislation, introduced to the ParliamentRead More →