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3 January 2014
Rewards of up to $500 will be offered for citizens who dob-in graffiti vandals, under a new scheme announced today by the State Government.
30 December 2013

The State Government will commit $4.9 million to install more closed circuit television cameras, lighting and increase monitoring under a new Safe City Policy.

29 December 2013

Acting Premier John Rau has warned that South Australia’s consumer watchdog will be on the lookout in 2014 for service stations trying to rip off motorists by not being accurate with their price boards.

24 December 2013

An electrician from the north-eastern suburbs has been banned from working in the industry for his dangerous electrical work.

22 December 2013

Tougher sex offender laws come into effect today, placing onerous restrictions on child sex offenders beyond the term of their prison sentence.

18 December 2013

A pre-Christmas audit undertaken by South Australia’s consumer watchdog has resulted in a national recall of thousands of dodgy children’s toys – ensuring there will be no nasty surprises under the tree this year.

12 December 2013

Michael Abbott AO QC has been appointed as Chair of the Legal Services Commission, following the resignation of the Commission’s long-serving Chair, Dymphina Eszenyi.

10 December 2013

Attorney General John Rau has issued a warning about the dangers of synthetic drugs, after banning another product that was being sold in Adelaide stores.

7 December 2013

Rights Protection agencies in South Australia are raising awareness of their services in the lead up to Human Rights Day, Monday 10 December 2012.

5 December 2013

The State Government says the historic court decision and land use agreements with the Aboriginal people of South Australia’s far west coast are a significant step towards reconciliation.


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