Catholic Church's commitment to National Redress Scheme welcomed

The State Government has welcomed confirmation the Catholic Church’s dioceses of Adelaide and Port Pirie are now formally participating in the National Redress Scheme.

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Community legal services return to the Riverland

Full-time, face-to-face legal services in the Riverland have returned with the opening of the new Riverland Community Justice Centre in Kay Avenue.

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Strengthening the Government's response to bullying

An expert roundtable has warned further criminalising bullying behaviour in schools would not address the issue and has instead urged the Government to examine other mechanisms.

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Labor double down on letting criminals vote

Peter Malinauskas and the Labor Party have doubled down on letting convicted sex offenders, such as Vivian Deboo, being able to vote at the next State Election.

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Labor weak on prisoner voting laws

Convicted sex offenders, such as Vivian Deboo, who was yesterday sentenced to six years, seven months and six days by the District Court, would be allowed to vote while in gaol at the next State election under a proposal from the Labor Opposition.

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Stronger penalties for domestic and family violence perpetrators

People who repeatedly breach intervention orders will now face up to four years in jail or fines of up to $20,000, under laws that have now passed State Parliament.

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Marshall Government seeks to repeal labour hire laws

The Marshall Liberal Government has today introduced legislation aimed at removing labour hire laws introduced by the former government.

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Supporting people at risk of domestic violence

Recent initiatives of the Marshall Liberal Government aimed at protecting people at risk of domestic violence have shown promising results in their first month of operation.

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Laws enabling redress scheme begin operation

Laws enabling South Australia’s participation in the National Redress Scheme have now come into effect, allowing non-government institutions to register to take part and people to lodge applications relating to South Australian organisations.

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Greater transparency for the ICAC

The government has today reintroduced a bill to Parliament aimed at delivering greater transparency to South Australia’s anti-corruption watchdog, a key election commitment made by the Marshall Liberal Government to ensure open and transparent Government.

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