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8 April 2021

Lawyer, former Northern Territory politician and departmental Chief Executive, Jodeen Carney, has been appointed as South Australia's next Equal Opportunity Commissioner. 

8 April 2021

Attorney-General Vickie Chapman has thanked Justice Trish Kelly for her outstanding service to the State and the legal profession, after Justice Kelly advised of her intention to bring forward her retirement by three months

2 April 2021

Motorists are reaping the rewards of increased fuel price transparency, with the Marshall Liberal Government's Fuel Pricing Information Scheme now in full swing. 

1 April 2021

More survivors of institutional child sex abuse in South Australia will be supported after the Marshall Liberal Government agreed to include local governments in the National Redress Scheme.

31 March 2021

South Australian motorists will be better protected under the Marshall Liberal Governments' tough stance on people charged with, or reasonably believed to have committed, causing death by dangerous driving. 

20 March 2021

South Australians can now shop around for a bowser bargain with the Marshall Liberal Government's real-time fuel pricing at their fingertips. 

18 March 2021

At 12:01am on Friday the final phase of the state's new Planning and Design Code will 'go-live' - a milestone moment for the most significant reform of South Australia's planning system. 

16 March 2021

Minister for Planning Vickie Chapman has thanked State Planning Commission Chair Michael Lennon for his service, as he prepares to step down from the role. 

12 March 2021

A $3.5 million trail that showcases Coromandel Valley is now complete and ready for walkers, runners, cyclists and tourists to enjoy. 

1 March 2021

South Australia's consumer watchdog has warned that iterant tradies dubbed 'bitumen bandits' appear to be back in the State, targeting regional South Australia as well as the outer suburbs. 


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