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14 March 2018

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

9 March 2018

An unlicensed builder who accepted a deposit of nearly $4000 from one client for work he failed to start and performed substandard work for a second client has been fined $10,600.

16 February 2018

Consumer and Business Services is urging labour hire companies to make sure they apply for a licence by the start of August, ahead of the mandatory licensing system for the sector that comes into effect in September.

14 February 2018

To mark International Day of Women and Girls in Science (11 Feb), Natasha Mitchell shares insights into the day-to-day life of a forensic biologist, including solving crime, international travel and rewarding work for the Unrecovered War Casualties-Army.

13 February 2018

New laws will soon come into effect for property managers, offering greater security for tenants and landlords alike.

8 February 2018

In a South Australian first, new technology will be available at three pre-poll voting centres to better support voters who are blind or have a vision impairment at the upcoming state election.

2 February 2018

Residents in suburban Adelaide are being warned to check the building licence and credentials of tradies, after complaints alleging poor or incomplete work.

31 January 2018

Equal Opportunity Commissioner Dr Niki Vincent has welcomed steps taken by South Australia Police in combatting sexual harassment, sex discrimination and predatory behaviour in the workplace, but has warned considerably more work is needed to address the problem.

31 January 2018

Almost 200 South Australians experiencing domestic violence have sought assistance to leave abusive relationships since changes to tenancy laws two years ago.

29 January 2018

A pilot program aimed at getting young offenders back on track has been extended for a further six months, following a positive evaluation report from the Australian Institute of Criminology (AIC).


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