Marshall Government commits $3.2m to Aged Care Royal Commission

The Marshall Liberal Government has today announced it will commit $3.2 million to set up a SA Government response unit, solely focussed on the Royal Commission into Aged Care Quality and Safety.

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Stronger protections for residential parks residents

People who live in residential parks will have greater protections available to them under legislation that has now passed State Parliament.

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Review looks to future of gambling

Following on from a major overhaul of gambling-related barring orders last week, the State Government has begun seeking views from industry and the non-Government sector on the future of gambling regulation in South Australia.

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Justice to lead priorities for the 2019 Parliamentary Year

Restoring faith in South Australia’s justice system is one of the top priorities for the Marshall Liberal Government in 2019.

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Same-day barring orders to better protect problem gamblers

Changes to the way gambling barring orders are processed are making it easier for South Australians who are either experiencing or are at risk of gambling harm.

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Limitations on abuse compensation claims removed

The State Government has removed a major barrier preventing people who were abused as children from obtaining compensation for the abuse they experienced.

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Don't let an online date cost you

With Australians losing more money last year to online romance scams, consumer affairs regulators around the country are urging people to take care when entering the world of online dating.

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Government of South Australia officially joins National Redress Scheme

The Government of South Australia has this week officially joined the National Redress Scheme, which provides acknowledgement and support to people who experienced institutional child sexual abuse in both government and non-government institutions.

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Tough new domestic violence laws come into force

New laws targeting the perpetrators of domestic violence have come into effect, giving authorities stronger tools to tackle repeat and serious offenders.

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Inspirational South Australian named Australian of the Year

Acting Premier, Vickie Chapman has today congratulated Dr Richard Harris SC OAM, who was last night named the 2019 Australian of the Year.

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