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24 October 2013

Grants of up to $50,000 for community groups, local councils and not-for-profit organisations are up for grabs to reduce local crime and improve community safety.

18 October 2013

South Australia’s consumer watchdog has cracked down on the poor conduct of a solar company before cause for concern escalates.

17 October 2013

The State Government has resumed the crushing of hoon cars, with three vehicles publicly destroyed today after multiple driving offences by their owners.

16 October 2013

Preventing serious sex offenders from being released into the community is part of a new package of laws being outlined today by the State Government.

15 October 2013

Offenders will be required to have a blood test if their bodily fluid comes into contact with a police officer, under new laws to support South Australia’s Police force.

14 October 2013

The State Government is taking further steps to crack down on gun crime by creating new offences and giving police new, wide-ranging powers.

4 October 2013

A recent Consumer and Business Services (CBS) blitz targeted the Paskeville Field Days to enforce trader compliance with the law, as well as promote and protect the rights of consumers attending the event.

1 October 2013

The State Government has announced an additional 20 After Midnight bus services to support the roll out of the Late Night Code for licensed venues which comes into effect today.

30 September 2013

A recent Consumer and Business Services (CBS) task force operation targeted the Riverland Field Days – checking for trader compliance and protecting the rights of consumers attending the event.

26 September 2013

The State Government has introduced new laws into Parliament to give parents the right to request a criminal background check from self-employed persons who come into contact with their children.

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