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12 June 2020

More than 75 licensed venues across South Australia have been able to expand their footprint, under moves aimed at helping the hospitality sector make the most of easing restrictions on the size of public gatherings. 

9 June 2020

An unlicensed builder who treated client deposits like his own personal bank account has been sentenced to seven months imprisonment, following a prosecution by the state’s consumer watchdog.

3 June 2020

National laws will govern the sale of gift cards in South Australia, under legislation introduced to Parliament this week aimed at removing an unnecessary layer of red tape for businesses. 

2 June 2020

The role of South Australia's Commissioner for Victims' Rights will be expanded, to ensure greater supports are available to victims of crime as they make their way through the criminal justice system. 

29 May 2020

The Marshall Liberal Government has committed $15 million to overhaul audio-visual link technology within South Australia's justice system.

28 May 2020

Wineries, pubs, clubs, cafes and restaurants will be able to seek to temporarily change or expand their licensed footprint, as part of measures aimed at helping the hospitality sector adjust to imminent changes to restrictions on non-essential businesses

26 May 2020

Relationships Australia South Australia (RASA) has been appointed to provide therapeutic counselling services to South Australian victims of crime over the next three years. 

14 May 2020

The South Australian Government will move to close a loophole that had the potential to allow alcohol to be sold in supermarkets. 

13 May 2020

The Marshall Liberal Government will deliver real time petrol pricing to South Australian motorists following the findings of an extensive review undertaken by the South Australian Productivity Commission.

13 May 2020

The Supreme Court has upheld an appeal made by South Australia's consumer watchdog, finding that a Grange-based real estate agent engaged in unconscionable conduct in his dealings with a vulnerable aged pensioner seeking to sell his property. 


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