Striking the right balance with risk-based liquor licences

A risk-based liquor licensing fee structure is now in place across the board for South Australian venues – ensuring licence costs strike the right balance between protecting the public and supporting the hospitality sector.

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Improving SA’s electoral system

Moves to modernise South Australia’s election laws have been introduced to State Parliament, with the Government seeking to allow for more flexible pre-poll voting and other measures to strengthen the democratic process.

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Increased protections for subcontractors

South Australian subcontractors will be better protected, under new laws introduced to State Parliament this week.

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Have ‘YourSAy’ on council transparency website

South Australians are being given the chance to help design a new website aimed at increasing transparency in local councils.

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New laws to halt hoons

Hoon drivers face increased jail sentences and licence disqualifications under tough new laws introduced to Parliament this week.

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List unveiled! New open space projects funded

South Australians will benefit from new and improved public spaces in their neighbourhood, with 27 priority projects receiving grant funding.

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Historic collection arrives home

Hundreds of photos taken by renowned anthropologist Frank Gillen around the turn of the twentieth century will be delivered to their new home in Alice Springs this week.

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New cameras keep an eye on Hutt Street

Workers, traders and customers along Hutt Street are benefitting from increased security, with a Marshall Liberal Government grant providing for the installation of more CCTV cameras.

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A round of ‘a-paws’ for public sector pooch

Tails are wagging and ‘pup-achinos’ flowing, with the State’s inaugural court companion dog, Zero, recognised for his ‘paw-some’ work.

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Fee relief to support our pubs, clubs and bars

Pubs, clubs and other licensed venues will continue to benefit from liquor licence fee relief in the coming financial year.

Licence costs will be halved for eligible licensees who were impacted by COVID-19 safety measures.

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