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Warning About Investment Seminar In Auckland

Wednesday, 23 June 2004, 1:55 pm | Consumer's Institute

Consumers' Institute is warning people to be very wary of a real-estate and investment seminar to be held in Auckland on 29 June. More >>

NZ Consumers Paying Up To $300 Year Too Much

Friday, 23 January 2004, 1:09 pm | Consumer's Institute

The latest PowerSwitch survey, conducted by Consumers’ Institute, has found consumers could be paying up to $300 a year too much on their electricity bills. More >>

Consumer Online celebrates with 10,000 members!

Wednesday, 13 August 2003, 10:56 am | Consumer's Institute

Consumer Online celebrates its 2nd birthday this week, having reached the major milestone of 10,000 paid subscribers. More >>

Consumer warning about Pinnacle Quest Int

Friday, 2 May 2003, 12:21 am | Consumer's Institute

Consumers’ Institute is warning people away from a US-based pyramid scheme called Pinnacle Quest International (PQI). More >>

Easy way to check out the best power deal

Wednesday, 14 November 2001, 5:36 pm | Consumer's Institute

People wanting to see if they can save money on their power bills can now do it quickly and easily with the free Consumer PowerSwitch service. More >>

Consumers' Institute Expands & Relaunches Website

Thursday, 30 August 2001, 4:28 pm | Consumer's Institute

Consumers' Institute has completely revamped its website to give visitors access to all Consumer tests and other articles from Consumer magazine over the past two years. More >>

Consumer Resource Sent Free To Schools

Monday, 5 March 2001, 2:52 pm | Consumer's Institute

An educational resource developed by Consumers' Institute with assistance from the Legal Services Agency (formerly the Legal Services Board) is being delivered to nearly 1600 intermediate and full primary schools during the next few days. More >>

Ombudsman’s decision upsets Consumer Watchdog

Monday, 26 February 2001, 8:40 am | Consumer's Institute

According to Consumers’ Institute, the proposed Electricity Ombudsman scheme is in trouble. Institute, chief executive, David Russell, says he is astounded that the Chief Ombudsman, Sir Brian Elwood, is to blame. More >>

Hands-free mobile phone kits win cautious support

Friday, 4 August 2000, 9:37 am | Consumer's Institute

Hands-free kits can reduce the exposure of mobile phone users to potentially harmful radiation, says the latest issue of Consumer magazine. More >>





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