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15 August 2012

Unlicensed vehicle dealers have been put on notice following a successful three-month investigation by Consumer and Business Services (CBS) inspecting 2034 vehicles and 92 car yards.

7 August 2012

Mr Rick Persse has been appointed the new Chief Executive of the Attorney-General’s Department.

1 August 2012

The State Government and the South Australia Police have encouraged owners of unregistered, illegal or unwanted firearms to take advantage of the three-month firearms amnesty which begins today.

27 July 2012

With cold nights continuing in South Australia, Consumer and Business Services is warning people to be careful when they buy winter warming products, with some items recently being removed from sale in South Australian shops.

22 July 2012

The State Government has established a new one-stop-shop to help applicants find their way through the complex liquor licensing system.

11 July 2012

South Australia’s Consumer and Business Services (CBS) has teamed up with the SA Pensioners Association to educate pensioners on ways to combat scammers and con artists.

10 July 2012

Legislation will be introduced to State Parliament this week to prevent a repeat of the inconvenience and, in some cases, hardship suffered by motorists as a result of administrative delays in the issuing of licence disqualification notices.

10 July 2012

Attorney-General John Rau announced today that the next step in the State Government’s fight against firearms crime would be to create a new offence of shooting at a police officer.

6 July 2012

Minister for Business Services and Consumers John Rau will today lead a discussion between Commonwealth, State and Territory ministers about joint action to tackle misleading or deceptive food labelling.

2 July 2012

Parents and carers of young children and teenagers should beware the dangers of small powerful magnets, which can be fatal if swallowed.


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