Strong take-up of facial recognition technology in gaming venues

More than 230 gambling venues in South Australia have installed Facial Recognition Technology, as part of moves aimed at tackling gambling-related harm in South Australia.

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List unveiled! New open space projects funded

South Australians will benefit from new and improved public spaces in their neighbourhood, with 27 priority projects receiving grant funding.

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Historic collection arrives home

Hundreds of photos taken by renowned anthropologist Frank Gillen around the turn of the twentieth century will be delivered to their new home in Alice Springs this week.

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New cameras keep an eye on Hutt Street

Workers, traders and customers along Hutt Street are benefitting from increased security, with a Marshall Liberal Government grant providing for the installation of more CCTV cameras.

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FINES ENFORCEMENT AND DEBT RECOVERY (MISCELLANEOUS) AMENDMENT BILL

I am pleased to introduce the Fines Enforcement and Debt Recovery (Miscellaneous) Amendment Bill 2021. This bill amends the Fines Enforcement and Debt Recovery Act 2017 to make the process of recovering moneys owed to government fairer and more efficient.

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A round of ‘a-paws’ for public sector pooch

Tails are wagging and ‘pup-achinos’ flowing, with the State’s inaugural court companion dog, Zero, recognised for his ‘paw-some’ work.

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Fee relief to support our pubs, clubs and bars

Pubs, clubs and other licensed venues will continue to benefit from liquor licence fee relief in the coming financial year.

Licence costs will be halved for eligible licensees who were impacted by COVID-19 safety measures.

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NATIONBUILDER

I table the Privacy Committee's report into the alleged collection of personal data by the government using NationBuilder software, which I received yesterday afternoon. Of concern were links posted in government press releases and on some government websites that redirected users through the NationBuilder platform and whether data was captured in doing so.

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DOMESTIC AND FAMILY VIOLENCE PREVENTION

The Hon. V.A. CHAPMAN: South Australia was shocked and mortified by the tragic death of baby Kobi Shepherdson at the Whispering Wall. That same week, the burned body of young mother, Kelly Wilkinson, was found in her Gold Coast backyard. These crimes scandalised the country and once again forced Australians to think about respect for women and the importance we place on women's safety in the community. As legislators and public leaders more broadly, we can say: not one more.

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REVIEW OF HARASSMENT IN THE SOUTH AUSTRALIAN LEGAL PROFESSION

 I rise today to table the report of the Review of Harassment in the South Australian Legal Profession and to inform the house about the important action the government has already taken and will continue to take to ensure legal work practices are safe and free from bullying and harassment.

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