Doggone good idea

Zero, South Australia’s inaugural canine court companion, is now a step closer to supporting vulnerable witnesses in court.

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Emergency relief for commercial and residential tenants set to continue

The Marshall Government will continue support for residential and commercial tenants struggling with the impacts of the coronavirus for another six months, under legislation to be introduced to State Parliament tomorrow.

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Updated timeline for new planning system roll out

The State Government has today announced revised timing for the implementation of the new planning and development system across large regional towns and metropolitan areas.

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Port Spencer Grain Facility approved

The Marshall Liberal Government has ticked off revised plans for the Port Spencer Deep Water Port grain export facility to go ahead.

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New appointments to the Magistrates Court

A lawyer with experience at the Office of the Director of Public Prosecutions, the Independent Commissioner Against Corruption, and the Crown Solicitor’s Office, and a criminal defence lawyer with decades of experience are the two latest appointees to the Magistrates Court.

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Waterfall Gully walking trail upgrade complete

One of Adelaide’s premier walking trails is now safer to use and will be better protected from extreme weather events thanks to a now complete $5 million upgrade.

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New appointment to the District Court

Former Director of Public Prosecutions Adam Kimber SC has been appointed to the District Court, Attorney-General, Vickie Chapman, announced today. 

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Respected legal figure appointed to head ICAC

Retired Supreme Court Justice, The Honourable Ann Vanstone QC has been appointed as South Australia’s second Independent Commissioner Against Corruption.

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New self-defence laws for SA

The defence of provocation would be abolished under draft legislation tabled by the Marshall Liberal Government in State Parliament today.

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Stronger community protections against serious offenders

South Australia’s serious repeat offender laws are being amended this week to ensure there is clarity in how the laws are applied.

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