Labour Hire fees refunded, saving businesses hundreds of dollars

A change to Labour Hire Licensing laws is putting money back into the pockets of more than 300 local businesses, according to the latest Consumer and Business Services statistics.

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Scrapping fees a big boost for business

The Marshall Liberal Government’s decision to waive liquor licence fees for this financial year is helping thousands of businesses and saving business owner’s millions of dollars.

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Addressing sexual harassment in the legal profession

Acting Equal Opportunity Commissioner Emily Strickland has been appointed to conduct a review into harassment, including sexual harassment, within the legal profession.

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Pandemic’s positive takeaway helping to back small business

A takeaway meal is never complete without a good drop of South Australian wine – which is why the Marshall Liberal Government will introduce new, permanent laws to allow bars, clubs and restaurants to deliver alcohol with meals.

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Parliament workplace harassment review gets green light

Attorney-General Vickie Chapman will today move a motion, allowing a review into the handling of harassment in the South Australian Parliament to get underway.

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Top End Silk appointed to District Court

A distinguished silk from the Northern Territory will return to South Australia to take up a new role as the state’s newest District Court Judge, and Deputy President of the South Australian Employment Tribunal.

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Modernising South Australia’s abortion laws

The Attorney-General has moved to modernise South Australia’s abortion laws, ensuring the procedure is treated as a health issue, not a criminal one.

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MPs and judges subject to the same sexual harassment laws as everyone else

The Marshall Government has passed amendments to the Equal Opportunity Act to ensure parliamentarians are covered by sexual harassment laws in their dealings with other parliamentarians.

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Sentence discounts reforms stall in the Upper House

The Greens in the Upper House of State Parliament have stalled the passage of legislation to significantly reduce sentence discounts available to serious criminal offenders for early guilty pleas.

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COVID-19 Emergency Act extension passes State Parliament

The Marshall Government’sCOVID-19 Emergency Response Act has been extended to until the 6thof February 2021, or 28 days after the COVID-19 Emergency Direction expires whichever comes first after a vote in State Parliament last night.

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