Helping venues make the most of their space

More than 75 licensed venues across South Australia have been able to expand their footprint, under moves aimed at helping the hospitality sector make the most of easing restrictions on the size of public gatherings.

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LIQUOR LICENSING (LIQUOR PRODUCTION AND SALES LICENCE) AMENDMENT BILL

Second Reading

I thank all members for their contribution to the second reading of this bill. Whilst it has been rather expansive in the breadth of matters raised in the contributions, it adds the colourful flavour of the industry we are trying to assist here.

 

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Fair Trading (Repeal of Part 6A - Gift Cards) Amendment Bill

Second Reading

The Fair Trading (Repeal of Part 6A—Gift Cards) Amendment Bill 2020 seeks to amend the Fair Trading Act 1987 to repeal provisions relating to the regulation of gift cards.

 

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Reducing red tape for businesses

National laws will govern the sale of gift cards in South Australia, under legislation introduced to Parliament this week aimed at removing an unnecessary layer of red tape for businesses.

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STATUTES AMENDMENT (LICENCE DISQUALIFICATION) BILL

Second Reading

I am pleased to introduce the Statutes Amendment (Licence Disqualification) Bill 2020. This bill is one of the many measures the Marshall government is implementing to improve court efficiency. This bill amends the Motor Vehicles Act 1959 and the Road Traffic Act 1961 to simplify the process by which the courts currently calculate licence disqualifications and it will improve efficiency in the Magistrates Court.

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Increased supports for Victims of Crime

The role of South Australia’s Commissioner for Victims’ Rights will be expanded, to ensure greater supports are available to victims of crime as they make their way through the criminal justice system.

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Marshall Government's stimulus to provide $15 million for our Courts, Police and Corrections

The Marshall Liberal Government has committed $15 million to overhaul audio-video link technology within South Australia’s justice system.

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Appointment of a new counselling service to support victims of crime

Relationships Australia South Australia (RASA) has been appointed to provide therapeutic counselling services to South Australian victims of crime over the next three years.

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Liquor Licensing (Liquor Production and Sales Licence) Amendment Bill

Second Reading

The Liquor Licensing (Liquor Production and Sales Licence) Amendment Bill 2020 makes a number of necessary amendments to the Liquor Licensing Act 1997 (the act). The bill seeks to reinforce the government's position that alcohol should not be readily available in supermarkets.

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Equal Opportunity (Parliament) Amendment Bill

Second Reading

I would like to thank the honourable members for their contributions. I acknowledge and appreciate the opposition's indication of support. I note that there are anticipated discussions and contributions in the other place, and that they may be part of a debate on some amendments. We look forward to seeing those when received.

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