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22 September 2013

Registering the birth of newborns will now be quick and easy for South Australian parents.

20 September 2013

Attorney General John Rau says he is outraged that the new classification system for video games may be leaving Australian children exposed to violent and sexual material and will be writing to the new Federal Attorney General to express his concerns.

19 September 2013

Liquor and Gambling Commissioner Paul White has reminded pubs, clubs and late night revellers of a new liquor code for late-night licensed venues which comes into force in a fortnight.

18 September 2013

Second-hand car yards in the Riverland area have been targeted in the latest Consumer and Business Services (CBS) and SA Police (SAPOL) joint operation.

17 September 2013

Consumer and Business Services (CBS) has prosecuted a pergola builder for trading without the appropriate licences.

12 September 2013

Expressions of Interest are being sought from private sector developers in helping to transform the Supreme Court precinct in Victoria Square into a vibrant legal and commercial precinct.

10 September 2013

Deputy Premier and Attorney General John Rau has labelled a call for the removal of broadcasting rules that ensure adults-only shows are televised at certain times as disgraceful.

10 September 2013

Laws that increase penalties for causing harm to police dogs and horses will be extended to include assistance animals such as guide dogs.

9 September 2013

Attorney General John Rau says that women who have suffered an early loss of pregnancy will now be able to get a certificate commemorating their loss.

9 September 2013

The State Government has initiated an independent review of the State Records Act so that it remains relevant to current practices and technologies across Government.


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