New Planning Code ‘goes live’ tonight

At 12:01am on Friday the final phase of the state’s new Planning and Design Code will ‘go-live’ - a milestone moment for the most significant reform of South Australia’s planning system.

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Reforms give Coroner stronger powers

The State Coroner will have stronger powers to ensure important evidence is provided during coronial inquests under reforms that passed Parliament this week.

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State Planning Commission Chair thanked for contribution

Minister for Planning Vickie Chapman has thanked State Planning Commission Chair Michael Lennon for his service, as he prepares to step down from the role.

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Sturt River Linear Park Trail officially opens

A $3.5 million trail that showcases Coromandel Valley is now complete and ready for walkers, runners, cyclists and tourists to enjoy.

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Confidence boost for HomeBuilder applicants

The Marshall Liberal Government is introducing new regulations to streamline the planning approvals process for South Australians building homes using the HomeBuilder scheme.

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Jobs boom in Adelaide’s north as work starts on major new housing development

Construction is now underway on a major new housing development in Adelaide’s north, which is expected to create 10,000 jobs and 12,000 homes.

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Giddy Up! Covid-safe Cup helps Kangaroo Island ride to recovery

Kangaroo Island Cup like no other is helping the Island’s economy bounce back following a turbulent and challenging year.

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Appointment of Acting Equal Opportunity Commissioner

A senior lawyer with experience in both the Crown Solicitors Office and the Office of the Director of Public Prosecutions has been appointed as interim Equal Opportunity Commissioner.

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All recommendations accepted and further action taken as Rice Review is made public

The State Government has accepted all recommendations handed down in the Rice Review – with work to implement them starting immediately.

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Consultation begins on Royal Commission reforms

South Australians are being encouraged to have their say on changes to the state’s Royal Commission laws.

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