CHOICE wants to see a right to repair that encompasses improvements to the consumer experience of the repair market, for product design to be improved and for consumers and businesses to have clarity ...
CHOICE banking policy adviser, Patrick Veyret, shares a personal account of his recent trip to Federal Parliament to fight for safe lending laws.
New research from Super Consumers Australia finds that many struggling funds are still around, but that mergers can benefit members.
Apple has made a splash with the Airpods Max over-ear noise-cancelling headphones: the result is a great sound, but heavy on both price tag and weight.
The cult brand's new $3990 retro model (FAB38RCRAU) flunks our lab test with record-breaking 22% rating. Our experts explain where it fails.
How years of advocacy by CHOICE, consumer advocates and parents such as Allison Rees and Andrea Shoesmith led to the introduction of mandatory button battery safety standards.
Getting someone else to do your dirty work is a dream we all share, so it's no surprise robot vacs are all the rage right now. Despite a buggy birth, these bots have evolved in leaps and bounds over ...
Why South Australia's skyrocketing cost of living spells trouble for people on average to low incomes – and why safe lending laws must be preserved.
CHOICE and a who’s who of consumer rights and support groups around Australia are calling on the government to jettison a proposed amendment that undercuts safe lending laws More than 1300 CHOICE ...
CHOICE CEO Alan Kirkland explains why Queensland parliamentarians need to help protect safe lending laws, just as they stood up to the big banks.
New fintechs claim to be disrupting employer pay cycles with 'pay on demand'. But these pay advances are still loans and credit products that come at a cost.
Tasmania was once the envy of Australia for its affordability. But now stretched Tasmanian households need safe lending laws more than ever.