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28 March 2013

The next round of poker machine entitlement trading has been announced today by Minister for Business Services and Consumers John Rau.

22 March 2013

Raids on gyms and fitness centres across Adelaide this week by the State’s consumer watchdog has found nearly all centres offering contracts that breach the law.

22 March 2013

Consumer and Business Services has received nearly twice the number of calls this year in its phone-in campaign to identify operators in the building trades who are operating without licenses and performing substandard or unsafe work.

21 March 2013

Attorney General John Rau has today introduced a Bill to help ensure that South Australia retains a reputation for world-class major events well into the future.

19 March 2013

Laws that will allow new rights for convicted persons to have their cases reviewed if there is new and compelling evidence, have passed the State’s Parliament.

19 March 2013

Changes to laws that govern the regulation of South Australia’s legal profession have been introduced into Parliament today by Attorney General John Rau.

15 March 2013

A new fact sheet to assist consumers in buying household goods and an online tool to help small businesses comply with consumer protection laws have been launched to mark World Consumer Rights Day today.

14 March 2013

QBE Insurance (Australia) Limited has advised the State Government that it will be withdrawing from the Building Indemnity Insurance (BII) Market from 1 July 2013.

9 March 2013

New laws that make the filming or distribution of humiliating or degrading images a criminal offence have passed the State’s Parliament.

4 March 2013

Offenders who use firearms can not expect to receive suspended sentences or bail after new laws come into effect today.


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