STATUTES AMENDMENT (CHILD SEXUAL ABUSE) BILL

The government is pleased to introduce the Statutes Amendment (Child Sexual Abuse) Bill. I seek leave to have the second reading explanation and explanation of clauses inserted in Hansard without my reading them.

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New program to break the cycle

A new program aimed at breaking the cycle of intergenerational domestic violence has launched in South Australia.

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Domestic violence legal team wins top gong

A specialist legal service that has assisted more than 1,500 South Australian victims of domestic violence over the past two years has been recognised for its important work.

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Have your say on the Riverbank Precinct Code Amendment

Planning changes aimed at supporting the State Government’s vision for a world-class health, sporting, educational and biomedical Riverbank Precinct will open for public consultation this week.

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It’s time to have your say on the Mount Compass Code Amendment

South Australians are being encouraged to have their say about proposed changes to planning policy that would protect the future viability of Mount Compass’ 18-hole golf course and ensure any future development is in keeping with the character of the area.

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STATUTES AMENDMENT (IDENTITY THEFT) BILL

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BURIAL AND CREMATION (INTERMENT RIGHTS) AMENDMENT BILL

I am pleased to introduce the Burial and Cremation (Interment Rights) Amendment Bill 2021. This bill strengthens the enforceability of the interment rights issued under the Burial and Cremation Act 2013.

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PIONEERING DOMESTIC VIOLENCE PROGRAMS

I rise today to inform the house about two programs which have been introduced to assist victim survivors of domestic and family violence.

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Help shape new domestic violence laws

Controlling and abusive behaviours – which constitute domestic violence and are red flags for murder – would be criminalised under a draft Bill that’s been released for public comment.

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CRIMINAL LAW CONSOLIDATION (THROWING OBJECTS AT VEHICLES) AMENDMENT BILL

The bill seeks to amend the Criminal Law Consolidation Act 1935 to increase the maximum penalty for throwing rocks and other missiles at vehicles on a roadway from five to 10 years. The bill is identical to the Criminal Law Consolidation (Throwing Objects at Vehicles) Amendment Bill 2018, which was introduced by the member for Elizabeth in June 2018.

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