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15 November 2018

The state government is calling for members of the public to have their say on proposed surrogacy reforms, in response to a new report highlighting a range of areas for reform.

15 November 2018

Alarming statistics on portable-pool related deaths and injuries have prompted Australian consumer law and product safety regulators to join forces with Royal Life Saving Society - Australia to remind parents and carers to make portable pools SAFE.

8 November 2018

A Port Lincoln-based lawyer with three decades of experience in the sector has been appointed to the Magistrates Court.

8 November 2018

Laws aimed at cracking down on people who distribute or help distribute child pornography have been introduced to State Parliament today by the State Government.

7 November 2018

South Australians who blow the whistle on corruption or maladministration in the public sector will have greater protections under reforms which have now passed State Parliament.

2 November 2018

An unlicensed builder with an extensive history of fraud has been fined $6000 and ordered to repay a total of nearly $10,000 to two clients after taking payments for work he never even started.

2 November 2018

People working as security agents in South Australia are being urged to exercise caution when applying for work, after scammers posted a bogus job ad, seeking sensitive personal information from applicants.

1 November 2018

A new safety initiative by the state government will be rolled out in pubs and other venues in coming months which aims to give patrons a safer environment for a fun night out.

24 October 2018

Laws giving South Australia Police officers the confidence to use whatever force they deem necessary in a terrorist incident have passed State Parliament.

23 October 2018

People who repeatedly breach intervention orders will be subject to tougher penalties, under new laws being introduced to Parliament by the government today.

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