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14 November 2019

Supreme Court Justice Martin Hinton will commence work as South Australia's new Director of Public Prosecutions on Monday 18 November. 

13 November 2019

Nearly 350 South Australian women have sought support from the Women's Domestic Violence Court Assistance Service since the Legal Services Commission began providing the service in July. 

12 November 2019

The Marshall Liberal Government is going to crackdown on the sale of nitrous oxide canisters known as 'nangs' following concerns raised in the community about their abuse. 

4 November 2019

Surrogacy will now be an option for more people looking to start a family in South Australia. 

31 October 2019

South Australia's consumer watchdog has taken disciplinary action after grossly negligent work led to an Elizabeth Vale man suffering a severe electric shock. 

30 October 2019

The Marshall Liberal Government will get tougher on those trespassing on agricultural land in new legislation which will be introduced to State Parliament today. 

30 October 2019

The Government will seek to disband the South Australian Classification Council under proposed legislation introduced to State Parliament this week. 

29 October 2019

South Australia’s consumer watchdog has put an Adelaide builder on notice, after his business initially failed to secure indemnity insurance for 17 residential properties.

28 October 2019

A northern suburbs real estate agent who was abusive towards tenants, real estate agents, public servants and police has been fined $7500, barred from acting as a licensed land agent for at least six months and ordered to undergo anger management training.

17 October 2019

South Australians would be able to know the identity of people charged with sex offences once they face court under reforms to suppression laws to be introduced to State Parliament today. 

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