Updates

16 November 2018

ACCC issues ACCCount for July to September 2018 quarter

ACCCount details the ACCC’s enforcement, compliance, merger, adjudication, economic regulation, market studies, advocacy and international activities.
13 July 2018

Aged care

We've developed a series of resources on consumer rights for home care, as part of a national campaign launched by consumer regulators around Australia.
5 June 2018

Small business in 2018 webinar

Are you in small business? Find out how to inform and protect your business in 2018. Tune-in to our free, live and interactive webinar hosted by business and finance reporter, Elysse Morgan.

18 January 2018

Franchising Code frequently asked questions

Our frequently asked questions provide guidance for franchisors, franchisees and prospective franchisees.

30 October 2017

Infocentre currently unable to take calls

Due to circumstances beyond our control we are currently unable to take phone calls. We apologise for any inconvenience.

22 September 2017

ACCC Melbourne office is moving to Lonsdale Street

From 25 September, the ACCC Melbourne office will move from 360 Elizabeth St (Melbourne Central) to 2 Lonsdale St (Casselden).

3 July 2017

International consumer protection enforcers relaunch website

The International Consumer Protection and Enforcement Network (ICPEN) has launched its updated website to deliver better consumer protection worldwide.

23 June 2017

ACCC authorises members of Australian Writers’ Guild to negotiate model agreements with film, television and digital media producers

On 23 June 2017, the ACCC released a determination granting authorisation to members of the Australian Writers’ Guild to negotiate model agreements with film, television and digital media producers.

31 May 2017

ACCC proposes to authorise members of Australian Writers’ Guild to negotiate model agreements with film, television and digital media producers

On 31 May 2017, the ACCC released a draft determination proposing to grant authorisation to current and future members of Australian Writers’ Guild to collectively negotiate model agreements with film, television and digital media producers.

7 April 2017

New mandatory safety standard for elastic luggage straps labelling

The Minister for Small Business, the Hon Michael McCormack, has announced a new mandatory safety standard under the Australian Consumer Law, updated to ensure consumers are fully informed about using elastic luggage straps safely.