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10 May 2018

The Marshall Liberal Government is introducing legislation to enable journalists to protect the identity of confidential sources when the information they are disclosing is in the public interest.

10 May 2018

SafeWork SA has welcomed the Independent Commissioner Against Corruption’s evaluation of its regulatory practices, policies and procedures.

10 May 2018

The Marshall Liberal Government is introducing legislation to protect young people from online adult predators who lie about their age as part of a plan to meet the child or commit a criminal offence against the child.

8 May 2018

An unlicensed builder has been penalised more than $30,000 for accepting payment for extensive home renovations work he was never licensed to undertake.

2 May 2018

Today, SafeWork SA withdrew charges against inspection company Safe Is Safe in connection to the fatal accident at the 2014 Royal Adelaide Show involving the Airmaxx 360 ride.

30 April 2018

Consumers are being encouraged to look for savings by switching to online billing or seeking an exemption from fees charged for paper bills.

27 April 2018

The International Workers’ Memorial Day service at Adelaide’s Pilgrim Uniting Church on Saturday morning will commemorate lives lost to work-related death.

18 April 2018

Action by South Australia’s consumer watchdog has prompted a Darlington business to issue a voluntary recall notice for unsafe ethanol burners being sold in breach of national safety standards.

6 April 2018

The Attorney-General Vickie Chapman has welcomed the Director of Public Prosecutions’ (DPP) decision to appeal the Supreme Court decision to release Colin Humphrys.

14 March 2018

A 67-year-old Seaview Down man has been fined $20,000 after admitting to selling used cars without a licence.


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