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24 November 2017

A new tool has been launched today to help home renovators better identify asbestos before any work gets underway.

22 November 2017

The State’s second declared public precinct will be Victor Harbor during the State’s schoolies celebrations this weekend.

21 November 2017

The Supreme Court has imposed penalties totalling $120,000 against a company and its director for engaging in misleading conduct to sign up South Australian schools for online advertising.

14 November 2017

The first major changes to South Australia’s liquor licensing system in nearly two decades have passed state Parliament, paving the way for a simpler, more effective system.

7 November 2017

His Honour Judge Steven Dolphin has been appointed President of the South Australian Employment Tribunal (SAET).

6 November 2017

Adelaide’s west end has today been named as the state’s first declared public precinct – giving police extra powers to manage anti-social and disorderly behaviour in the city.

31 October 2017

A highly regarded barrister who has worked with both the Mullighan Inquiry into Children in State Care and the inquiry into the conviction of David Eastman for the murder of Colin Winchester is to be appointed to the District Court

30 October 2017

South Australia’s consumer watchdog has issued a public warning against building company Fenbreeze Homes Pty Ltd and sole director Joseph Biju Kavilpurayidathil – on the basis they allegedly accepted payment for services they failed to deliver, and provided fake building indemnity insurance certificates to some of its clients.

26 October 2017

An unlicensed builder who took more than $60,000 in deposit payments from clients for work that was never started and his business have been fined $70,000 and ordered to pay compensation in excess of $80,000 for breaches of the Australian Consumer Law and the Building Work Contractor's Act.

25 October 2017

An unlicensed contractor who stole from one client and whose work was of such a poor standard his clients had to spend tens of thousands of dollars fixing it has been fined $15,000 and ordered to repay one of his victims $20,000 in the Adelaide Magistrates Court for breaches of the state’s Building Work Contractor’s Act.


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