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10 May 2013

New laws carrying up to two years imprisonment for filming or distributing humiliating or degrading images of a person have now come into effect.

9 May 2013

The Metropolitan Fire Service (MFS) and Consumer and Business Services (CBS) have joined forces to remind about the dangers of overheating or misusing therapeutic wheat bags.

1 May 2013

A new agency with extensive powers to recover money from fine dodgers is the centrepiece of new laws to be introduced into Parliament today.

28 April 2013

Better clarity for motorists is the aim of a new plan to eliminate confusing discounted petrol advertising at South Australian petrol stations.

26 April 2013

The State Government will host an information session for people seeking to open small venues in Adelaide as the new class of liquor licence becomes active from today.

16 April 2013

The State Government will accelerate the introduction of pre-commitment technology with a raft of reforms to gaming machine laws.

10 April 2013

Tonight the South Australian Commissioner for Equal Opportunity, Anne Gale, together with Disability Discrimination Commissioner Graeme Innes, will mark a Commonwealth legal milestone, the 20th anniversary of the Disability Discrimination Act 1992.

4 April 2013

Inspections by South Australia's consumer watchdog on baby goods retailers has resulted in the nationwide recall of hundreds of dodgy items that could have harmed babies.

1 April 2013

New laws to instigate a small venue culture in Adelaide were introduced to Parliament on 28 November 2012.  The new class of liquor license became active on 26 April 2013.

28 March 2013

Attorney General John Rau today announced the appointment of Mr Graham Dart as a Master of the Supreme Court.


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