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13 February 2019

People who live in residential parks will have greater protections available to them under legislation that has now passed State Parliament.

5 February 2019

The State Government has removed a major barrier preventing people who were abused as children from obtaining compensation for the abuse they experienced.

4 February 2019

With Australians losing more money last year to online romance scams, consumer affairs regulators around the country are urging people to take care when entering the world of online dating.

1 February 2019

The Government of South Australia has this week officially joined the National Redress Scheme, which provides acknowledgement and support to people who experienced institutional child sexual abuse in both government and non-government institutions.

1 February 2019

South Australia’s consumer affairs regulator is now accepting applications for people wishing to become registered property managers.

31 January 2019

New laws targeting the perpetrators of domestic violence have come into effect, giving authorities stronger tools to tackle repeat and serious offenders.

18 January 2019

Attorney-General Vickie Chapman has welcomed the first public hearing of the Royal Commission into Aged Care Quality and Safety, being held in Adelaide today. 

24 December 2018

Consumer and Business Services is encouraging South Australians to ensure they know their rights when they hit the post Christmas sales over the coming weeks.

19 December 2018

An unlicensed electrician who performed dangerous, substandard work on a series of properties around Whyalla and Port Augusta has been fined nearly $5,500 for working without a licence.

18 December 2018

In the first prosecution of its kind in South Australia, a McLaren Vale hotelier has received a suspended prison sentence for breaches of the Gaming Machines Act, in which he collected more than $50,000 in gaming machine winnings from the hotel’s own machines.


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