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Harvey Norman franchisees fined AU$86,000 for misleading customers

The ACCC's legal battle with Harvey Norman has stepped up with four franchisees facing AU$86,000 worth of fines for misleading customers. The retailer's franchisees have now been slugged with more than AU$230,000 in penalties for staff behaviour.

By 19 May 2014


White BlackBerry Q10 coming to Harvey Norman

Been holding out for a white version of the BlackBerry keyboard phone? Well, your dreams have come true.

By 27 August 2013


Harvey Norman takes 50% off all games until midnight 29 March

Proving that it's ready to enter the modern retail era, Harvey Norman is offering 50 per cent off all games until midnight 29 March.

By 28 March 2012


Fujifilm concept store opens at Harvey Norman

The first of several to be rolled out nationally, the PhotoCentre features Fujifilm Digital Photo Centre printing kiosks that allow customers to edit their images using a touchscreen interface before printing.

6 Images By 12 July 2007


Sony Xperia X, XA and X Performance arriving in Australia starting June 23

Sony's line-up of new and confusingly named smartphones will be on sale in Australia starting with the Xperia X on June 23.

By 29 June 2016


Huawei P9 to see major Australian release July 5, starts at AU$799

The Chinese company's new flagship phone will come to all major Australian telcos. Until now, Huawei's devices have been Optus exclusives.

By 23 June 2016


HP's slim and sexy Spectre hits Australia, starts at AU$2,300

The new laptop is just 10.4mm thick, beating even Apple's 12-inch MacBook -- but that slimness comes at a price.

By 6 June 2016


"King of TVs": LG's curved 4K OLED TV arrives in Australia

LG's latest 4K OLED TV is making an appearance down under with two different size models launching as Harvey Norman exclusives this week.

By 7 July 2015


Opposition calls on Apple to pay its "fair share" of tax

The Federal Opposition is taking the hard line on multinational companies that avoid tax, including a subtle swipe at Apple for paying less tax in Australia than local retailer Harvey Norman.

By 2 March 2015


Bush Australia TVs recalled due to acid leak

Bush Australia has been forced to recall one of its TVs, sold in Harvey Norman, due to a flaw that has caused leaking acidic liquid.

By 24 April 2014