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2 May 2014

Potential for broad reform of the justice system in South Australia will be on the agenda at the Legal Services Commission Conference this morning.

21 April 2014

The Fines Enforcement and Recovery Unit has banked over $15 million since its doors opened in January.

17 April 2014

South Australia’s Consumer Watchdog has led a successful prosecution against a dodgy paver, with the court imposing penalties and compensation totalling nearly $40,000.

15 April 2014

South Australia Police (SAPol) figures released today confirm a dramatic drop in offending behaviour in the city, including violence, since the introduction of the Government’s crackdown on alcohol fuelled violence six months ago.

11 April 2014

A uniform national approach is needed to deal with underage people taking or sending inappropriate photos of themselves via mobile phones or social media, commonly known as “sexting”.

4 April 2014

The Supreme Court has today unanimously rejected a challenge to the legality of the Late Night Trading Code of Practice brought by the proprietor of “The Palace”.

4 April 2014

New liquor sales conditions in the outback town of Coober Pedy have had significant positive effect in their first six months of operation.

21 March 2014

South Australia’s consumer watchdog is joining consumer protection agencies across the country to crackdown on misleading retail pricing claims.

12 March 2014

Australian consumer protection agencies have today launched an illustrated publication to assist Indigenous Australians to be confident consumers.

25 February 2014

The Commissioner for Corporate Affairs, Paul White, has filed charges against Seng Kong and Kim Peng, former officers of the Cambodian Association of South Australia for alleged breaches of the Associations Incorporation Act.

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