26 Feb 2010 Show bags given the all clear Today, Consumer Affairs Victoria product safety officers from Berwick and Melbourne inspected 150 show bags ahead of The Berwick & District Show this weekend. 24 Feb 2010 Supplier stops trade in dangerous mini jelly cups Importer and distributor Sony Trading Pty Ltd has offered the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission court enforceable undertakings after supplying banned mini jelly cups. 19 Feb 2010 Most South East traders pass fair trading tests Compliance staff from the Office of Consumer and Business Affairs (OCBA) recently visited retailers, car dealers, builders, service stations and pubs across the region to check up on their trading practices. 17 Feb 2010 Swim great urges Victorians to make cords safe Today Minister for Consumer Affairs Tony Robinson and Nicole Livingstone, continued to warn Victorians about the childhood strangulation risk associated with blind and curtain cords. 17 Feb 2010 New safety campaign to save children's lives New South Wales parents are being urged to check their blind and curtain cords as part of a new safety campaign to prevent children being injured and killed. 17 Feb 2010 Swim great urges Victorians to make cords safe Today Minister for Consumer Affairs Tony Robinson and Nicole Livingstone, continued to warn Victorians about the childhood strangulation risk associated with blind and curtain cords. 15 Feb 2010 Apollo withdraws bike due to safety concerns A children’s bicycle missing three required safety components was withdrawn from sale by Apollo Bicycle Co Pty Ltd following concerns raised by the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission. 13 Feb 2010 Urgent safety alert on stacked stone tiles The ACCC has become aware of the distribution and sale of decorative wall tiles containing Tremolite asbestos, which is a prohibited hazardous substance. 5 Feb 2010 WA bans toy-like novelty cigarette lighters Toy-like novelty cigarette lighters are being banned in Western Australia from today (5 February 2010), amid fears children could literally end up playing with fire.