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7 February 2013

As a part of new laws being introduced to Parliament today by Attorney General John Rau, if a graffiti vandal were to get caught on multiple occasions, they will face their driver's licence being suspended. 

6 February 2013

A national approach to regulating the private security industry is the purpose of new laws being introduced to Parliament today by Attorney General John Rau.

31 January 2013

The latest trading round for gaming machine entitlements has resulted in 116 entitlements being sold and 26 being cancelled, reducing the number of machines operating in South Australia.

28 January 2013

More than half-a-million people took advantage of the first year of new city shop-trading hours in 2012, as more shoppers hit Rundle Mall for today’s Australia Day holiday trading.

27 January 2013

The State Government is calling for community and industry views on a proposal to allow supermarkets a limited licence to sell bottled wine.

23 January 2013

Laws that aim to reduce knife crime in South Australia through preventing the sale of knives to young people will come into effect next week.

18 January 2013

A new General Code of Practice that takes effect today will see more onus placed on licensed venues in South Australia to ensure safer service of alcohol through better practices and management.

16 January 2013

South Australian complaints against group buying websites have more than halved following a national project to tackle issues in the emerging sector.

14 January 2013

People who assault health workers will face increased penalties of up to 25 years imprisonment under laws announced today.

12 January 2013

The Commissioner for Consumer Affairs Paul White is warning people to think twice about purchasing extended warranties.


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