Enduring Powers of Attorney reform – a state and federal matter

A report containing a suite of recommendations which aim to prevent the abuse of Powers of Attorney in South Australia, is being considered by Attorney-General Vickie Chapman.

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Green light for major Oaklands Park social housing redevelopment

A $135 million dollar housing initiative at Oaklands Park is one step closer, with the Planning Minister approving its re-zoning application.

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Court of Appeal officially begins operations

South Australia’s dedicated Court of Appeal has officially commenced operations, ushering in a new era in the state’s justice system.

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Silly season spend gives South Australia’s tourism industry something to smile about

South Australia’s tourism industry is in for a $107 million boost this silly season, as people flock to local holiday hot spots.

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Government announces fuel app aggregator

South Australian motorists are one step closer to accessing real-time fuel price monitoring, with a company named to oversee the state’s first trial.

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Think SAFE around portable pools

With Christmas just around the corner and summer well and truly upon us, South Australians are being reminded of the importance of keeping kids safe when they’re enjoying a splash in a portable pool.

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Protecting consumers through national payday lending reform

Attorney-General Vickie Chapman has welcomed the Federal Government’s proposed reforms to small amount credit contracts (SACCs) and consumer leases, which will enhance financial inclusion and better protect consumers.

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New laws run grog runners out of remote communities

People who sneak liquor illegally into dry communities will now face tough penalties, with the commencement of new laws aimed at tackling ‘grog running’.

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Stronger heritage protection in Colonel Light Gardens

Heritage protection in Colonel Light Gardens will be strengthened under planning reforms and updated heritage guidelines – both of which are now out for public consultation.

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Reappointment of Public Advocate

Public Advocate Anne Gale has been reappointed for a second five-year term following an extensive recruitment process, Attorney-General Vickie Chapman today announced.

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