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Competition concerns could see regulator block Sigma’s planned merged with Chemist Warehouse, analyst warns  The competition watchdog says Australia urgently needs stronger merger laws, as onlookers continue to build the …

Wealthy Health claims about its squalene product “likely misleading” and in breach of consumer law Universal Pharmaceuticals has undertaken not to make representations that its Wealthy Health products contain squalene …

Prison and $2m in fines as court finds local company and former export manager guilty of criminal cartel conduct over price-fixing, bid-rigging and more Queensland-based pharmaceutical company Alkaloids of Australia …

Nearly half the reports made to the ACCC about rapid antigen test “potential scams” are about pharmacies The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission says it has “significant concerns” about the …

Consumers warned to stop using a shampoo sold by leading discount pharmacies due to bacterial contamination fears An urgent recall order has been issued for a shampoo sold in discount …

Celebrity chef Pete Evans has been further fined $80k over non-compliant advertising, while the owner of Noni B and Millers pays $630k in penalties The TGA has issued infringement notices …

Toddler milk ads could be driving demand for infant formula, the ACCC says The ACCC is proposing to re-authorise a longstanding agreement by manufacturers to not promote toddler milk. The …

The ACCC has granted authorisation for NPSA members to coordinate supply of medicines and pharmacy products for a further 12 months Medicines wholesalers in Australia can continue to co-operate in …

COVID-19 exposure can’t be used as a reason not to issue life insurance, or charge higher premiums, to health workers including pharmacists, under an interim measure The Australian Competition and …

Wholesalers given permission to work together to ensure medicine supply consistency and continuity Pharmaceutical wholesalers have been granted interim permission to undertake proactive measures to “support the continuous, fair and …

The Federal Court has found GSK and Novartis breached Australian law over Voltaren marketing… a finding welcomed by GSK The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission announced on Friday that GlaxoSmithKline …

While imported fish oil and Vitamin D were encapsulated in Australia, this was not enough to justify referring to the product as “Made in Australia,” according to a court ruling …