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25 July 2018

Nearly 100 imported eyeliner bottles potentially containing dangerous levels of lead have been removed from South Australian shelves following action from Consumer and Business Services.

25 July 2018

The Marshall Liberal Government will today introduce the National Redress Scheme for Institutional Child Sexual Abuse (Commonwealth Powers) Bill 2018 into State Parliament.

20 July 2018

The Marshall Government has opened community consultation on proposed changes to domestic violence laws designed to reduce its incidence and impact in South Australia.

10 July 2018

The state government has commenced work on tough new laws to crack down on domestic and family violence.

4 July 2018

Members of the public are being encouraged to have their say on proposed consumer protection reforms, including measures aimed at cracking down on ticket scalpers.

28 June 2018

The operator of a business selling transportable homes has been penalised $400,000 and ordered to pay over $200,000 in compensation after accepting money from clients to construct and supply customised transportable buildings that were never provided.

26 June 2018

South Australia’s consumer watchdog has urged consumers to take extra care, with shonky tradies ripping off in excess of $230,000 from consumers in the past seven months.

22 June 2018

Parliament has passed changes to the law to better protect children from convicted child sex offenders who have been indefinitely detained.

21 June 2018

The Government of South Australia will today introduce legislation to Parliament to provide the option of mandatory treatment for children and young people experiencing drug dependency.

15 June 2018

The Supreme Court has ordered that pecuniary penalties of $150,000 be paid by the operators of a former Adelaide-based travel agent for breaches of the Australian Consumer Law which included leaving clients in the lurch at the check in gate in foreign countries.


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