Keeping SA’s supermarket shelves stocked

Food and supplies can once again be delivered to South Australian supermarkets around the clock, with emergency measures reinstated today.

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Applications now open for public space projects

From the coast to the Flinders Ranges, and Mt Gambier to Streaky Bay, neighbourhood open spaces are being revitalised through a fund dedicated to improving local public amenities.

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Small Business Commissioner thanked for service

Attorney-General Vickie Chapman has thanked Small Business Commissioner John Chapman for his years of service after he advised her that he would not be seeking reappointment.

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Major Local Government reform to pass Parliament

South Australians will benefit from increased accountability and transparency in the local government sector, with significant reforms passing a major milestone in Parliament today.

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Increasing political donation transparency

Laws introduced to State Parliament this week will increase transparency around political donations.

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Coroner’s Court reforms commence

Reforms that give the State Coroner stronger powers to ensure important evidence is provided during inquests will commence this week.

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Labor urged to support crackdown on badly behaved councillors

Significant reforms to the Local Government sector are poised to pass Parliament – but the Labor Party continues to hold them up and push ahead with amendments that would destroy the integrity of a key reform measure.

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Taking no chances with SA’s gambling laws

South Australia’s newly-established Gambling Advisory Council has met for the first time, as part of moves to ensure the state’s gambling laws remain contemporary and relevant.

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Vale Judge James Richard Crawford

The South Australian Government wishes to pass its condolences on to the family, friends and esteemed colleagues of James Richard Crawford LLD, FBA, AC, SC, Judge of the International Court of Justice.

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Senior lawyers appointed to Magistrates Court

Two experienced lawyers with a combined 55 years in the profession have been appointed to the Magistrates Court in South Australia.

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