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ICAN first heard that the Queensland Government had agreed to pay $30 million and apologise to Palm Island residents as a Federal . . .Read more
COMMUNITY groups have joined Federal Member for Oxley Milton Dick in declaring they will not rest until payday loan sharks stopped from ripping off residents.
ICAN CEO, Aaron Davis, was honored to attend the Financial Inclusion Action Plan (FIAP) Executive Breakfast Event, held in Sydney on 21 . . .Read more
In September 2017, ICAN covered a joint lobbying campaign organised by the Consumer Action Law Centre (CALC), when consumer advocates from . . .Read more