South Australians one-step closer to real time fuel prices

The Marshall Liberal Government’s plan to deliver real time fuel pricing for South Australians is one-step closer after legislation passed the State Parliament today

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Election Posters to go and greater choice for voters on polling day under Marshall Government’s sweeping electoral changes

Expanded pre-poll voting options, a ban on election corflutes on public roads and optional preferential voting for House of Assembly candidates are among a suite of reforms being introduced to State Parliament by the Marshall Liberal Government this week.

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Harsher penalties for Covid-19 rule breakers

The Marshall Liberal Government will today amend the Emergency Management Act to insert a maximum penalty of up to two years imprisonment for those who defy our strong border restrictions.

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New appointment to the Magistrates Court

A senior dispute resolution lawyer with over three decades experience in the profession has been appointed as South Australia’s newest magistrate.

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Appointment of a new Public Trustee

Acting Public Trustee Nicolle Rantanen has been appointed as Public Trustee, Attorney-General, Vickie Chapman announced today. 

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Assaults hit six year low as SAPOL tackles rising cases of theft

Assaults in South Australia have hit a six year low with 415 fewer victims in 2019, according to new data by the Australian Bureau of Statistics.

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Experienced lawyer appointed as SA’s new Crown Solicitor

A highly regarded lawyer with nearly three decades experience in public and private practice has been appointed as South Australia’s next Crown Solicitor.

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NEW DEAL: New money for legal assistance

South Australian legal assistance services will receive over $2 million per annum in additional core funding from July this year through a new partnership between the Commonwealth and State and Territory Governments.

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$1.3 million to support victims of rape and sexual assault

South Australia’s rape and sexual assault service, Yarrow Place, will receive $1.3 million over three years to provide specialist counselling to victims in regional areas and strengthened forensic and medical care.

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Labour hire laws pass State Parliament

Reforms to labour hire laws that ensure they will focus on industries where workers are most vulnerable to exploitation have passed State Parliament this week.

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