Government seeks expert advice on bullying

The Marshall Liberal Government will this week seek advice from the state’s leading legal, education, parenting and policing experts on ways to better protect children from bullying behaviour.

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Liberal Government to cut labour hire red tape

The Marshall Liberal Government will seek to repeal labour hire licensing laws introduced by the previous Labor Government, amid concerns over the effectiveness of the scheme.

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Strengthening support for victims of abuse

Laws aimed at helping South Australians who were sexually or physically abused as children access compensation have passed State Parliament.

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SAPOL introduces rapid response capability

A new rapid response capability will be created thanks to the State Government freeing up frontline police from desk duties, as part of an election pledge.

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Government funds 40 new emergency crisis accommodation beds in $11.9M package to address domestic violence

The Marshall Liberal Government is delivering on its key election commitments to address the scourge of domestic violence, by investing more than $11.9 million over the next four years on a suite of measures to support women and children at risk.

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Leading commercial lawyer appointed to District Court

A highly respected Queen’s Counsel with a background in both international and local commercial law has been appointed as South Australia’s newest District Court judge.

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Carly’s Law to protect children from predators

Tough new laws come into effect from today, aimed at better protecting children from exploitation by insidious predators.

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Murray Darling Basin Royal Commission on track

Royal Commissioner Bret Walker SC has written to the State Government to provide an update regarding the progress of his inquiry.

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Greater protection for journalists

Journalists seeking to shield their sources will have greater protection under new laws which have now passed State Parliament.

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Terrorists in the line of fire

In an important step towards strengthening South Australia’s anti-terrorism capability, laws to enhance the capacity of police to use lethal force in a terrorist incident have passed State Parliament’s Lower House today.

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