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New requirements for pre-approval of complementary medicines

Consumer Healthcare Products Australia to handle all medicine advertising pre-approval applications

Gambling related advertising in Queensland

Venues must ensure that gaming does not dominate marketing or promotional activities.

Advertising cosmetic services and injections

Cosmetic injections are generally administered to temporarily remove/reduce wrinkles and lines on the face, around the eyes, forehead, lips and neck or to improve the appearance of submental fat.

Case Study – News Corp and REA Group partner for innovative print campaign

“This new initiative allows vendors to seamlessly target both the passive and active market,”

Enhanced storytelling: Journalism in the visual era

Visual journalism augments the written form by providing deeper immersion in our storytelling.

Penalties for making alleged misleading “was/now” price claims

Four furniture retailers have each paid a penalty of $12,600 after the ACCC issued them with an infringement notice following an ACCC investigation into the industry’s use of ‘was/now’ price comparisons in advertising.

Neuro insights: Why ads perform better on premium editorial sites.

What’s happening in the brain when consumers are exposed to ads in different online environments?

Flight Centre pays $252,000 in penalties for Christmas and Easter promotions

Flight Centre Travel Group has paid $252,000 in penalties after the ACCC issued two infringement notices

Print innovation on show at 2019 WAN-IFRA Awards

As well as celebrating the creative work of the industry, the Awards also helped to highlight the key strengths of print media and newspaper advertising

Update – Port Phillip Publishing penalised

Online publishing company and former director found liable for misleading and deceptive statements about mimicking the Future Fund.

Water filter cartridge company’s watery claims

Saipol Technologies, a water filter cartridges business, has acknowledged it was likely to have breached the Australian Consumer Law.

How news media influence society

The morning news habit has long been an important part of Australian life, as it is around the world.