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2 January 2013

The next water bill South Australians receive will be up to $75 cheaper with the State Government’s Water Security Rebate coming into effect today.

1 January 2013

R18+ video games may be sold on South Australia shelves for the first time today after the passing of new laws late last year.

10 December 2012

The inquiry into events surrounding a sexual assault of a child at a western suburbs school will now have the powers of a Royal Commission.

1 December 2012

The South Australian Government is establishing an Independent Commissioner Against Corruption (ICAC) and an Office for Public Integrity (OPI) to identify and deal with public corruption.

29 November 2012

Attorney General John Rau has welcomed the passing of ‘supergrass’ laws that encourage those involved in serious and organised crime to break the criminal code of silence.

29 November 2012

Photo identification is to be given equal legal status with Police line ups for criminal suspect identification in police and court proceedings.

29 November 2012

Attorney General John Rau is today introducing legislation that will criminalise match-fixing in Australian sport with offenders facing up to ten years imprisonment.

29 November 2012

Attorney General John Rau will today introduce the Burial and Cremation Bill 2012 to cover regulation of burial, cremation and the management of cemeteries, natural burial grounds and crematoria.

28 November 2012

Attorney General John Rau will today introduce a Bill to give convicted persons a new right of appeal if fresh and compelling new evidence comes to light.

28 November 2012

New laws to instigate a small venue culture in Adelaide will be introduced to Parliament today.


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