New South Wales Fair Trading reported that Top Variety Pty Ltd and its director Ms Hua He, aka Nancy He, have been ordered to pay $5,437 fines and costs by Parramatta Local Court for supplying a toy seal that could choke a child.
NSW Fair Trading reported that Eastwood retailers Pius Freddy Hiu and Kate Hiu, trading as P K Pacific Ocean, pleaded guilty on 4 May in Parramatta Local Court to two counts each of breaching the Australian Consumer Law (NSW) for supplying toys that could choke children.
New South Wales Fair Trading reported that TRS Trading Group Pty Ltd, trading as The Reject Shop Discount Variety Store, has been ordered by Parramatta Local Court to pay fines and costs of $2,121 for supplying a child’s xylophone toy that could choke a child.
Dangerous toys will be removed from shelves in the lead-up to Christmas as consumer affairs agencies blitz thousands of stores, markets and online shops, said Parliamentary Secretary to the Treasurer, David Bradbury.
New South Wales Fair Trading Minister Anthony Roberts today said a Bondi Junction retailer had been ordered to pay $9,630 by Downing Centre Local Court for selling toys that posed a serious safety risk to children.