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23 June 2017

South Australians living in the South East and the Riverland seeking legal advice and assistance should now call the Legal Services Commission’s Legal Helpline on 1300 366 424, under reforms to the provision of community legal services.

21 June 2017

An unlicensed car dealer from the northern suburbs has been convicted and ordered to pay more than $5,000, following prosecution by Consumer and Business Services (CBS).

20 June 2017

The Davenport Community Council Incorporated will receive $100,000 in funding as part of the 2017 Crime Prevention and Community Safety Grants Program.

9 June 2017

SafeWork SA has entered into a partnership with the Small Business Commissioner to offer its free work health and safety advisory service through the Small Business Centre shopfront located in the Adelaide CBD.

31 May 2017

The state government will regulate the residential property management sector to strengthen protections for both landlords and tenants.

30 May 2017

Major reforms to the way serious crimes are dealt with will see shorter trials and shorter waiting
times for hearings.

30 May 2017

Justices of the Peace will need to be able to verify digital passes or licences, commencing with proof of age passes from 29 May 2017.

29 May 2017

South Australia’s Legal Services Commission will soon act as the first point of contact for people seeking community legal services under changes announced by the state government today.

26 May 2017

The South Australian Government is committed to Reconciliation through actively supporting and working towards a new respectful and mutually beneficial relationship between Aboriginal people and the broader community.  At the heart of this approach is a recognition of Aboriginal peoples as the first peoples of this state and an understanding that Reconciliation is the responsibility of all South Australians.

24 May 2017

Changes to the way sex and gender are recorded on birth certificates and the requirements to change a registered sex or gender have come into effect this week.

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