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27 November 2012

New laws have passed which create clear boundaries on sentence reductions for those who plead guilty.

22 November 2012

The Commissioner for Consumer Affairs, Mr Paul White, has today issued a warning to the public about door-to-door traders offering to assess tree safety or cut down trees in your garden.

16 November 2012

Acting Premier and Attorney General John Rau has expressed sadness at the passing of Professor Ross Vining, Director of Forensic Science SA.

15 November 2012

Significant reforms have been announced to the State’s Electoral Act that will enhance South Australia’s democracy.

14 November 2012

The South Australian Parliament has passed laws to allow an R18+ classification of computer games Attorney General John Rau has said.

9 November 2012

The Deputy Commissioner for Consumer Affairs Dini Soulio has reminded South Australians to remain vigilant this summer and keep an eye out for people posing as tradespeople who offer great deals but fail to deliver.

8 November 2012

The Liquor and Gambling Commissioner today established a trading round for the purchase and sale of gaming machine entitlements.

2 November 2012

The Minister for Business Services and Consumers John Rau has revoked a Ministerial Direction to the Independent Gambling Authority to allow the SA TAB to offer fixed odds betting at the track for the first time.

1 November 2012

South Australian passengers could be affected by the financial troubles being experienced by Sydney-based company Classic International Cruises Pty Ltd (CIC Australia).

1 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.


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