The Planning and Design Code – Consultation Open Now

The Planning and Design Code was released on 1 October 2019 for consultation.

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Lotteries Bill

Second Reading

The Lotteries Bill 2019 seeks to consolidate the licensing and regulation of lotteries and trade promotion lotteries in this state under a new act and repeals the relevant equivalent provisions under the Lottery and Gaming Act 1936. That is, we are proposing a separate and standalone act to deal with lotteries.

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Gambling Adminstration Bill

Second Reading

The Gambling Administration Bill 2019 seeks to regulate and control gambling activities in the state and to repeal the Gambling Administration Act 1995. The Marshall Liberal government is committed to gambling laws that meet contemporary needs and community expectations while maintaining the right balance between reducing the risks and costs to the community and individuals from harm caused by gambling and the maintenance of an economically viable and sociable responsible gambling industry in South Australia.

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Striking the right balance in gaming regulation

New gaming laws which will be introduced to State Parliament this week aim to better protect the community from gaming related harm, while also supporting the hotel and hospitality sector, Attorney-General, Vickie Chapman said today.

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Statutes Amendment (Gambling Regulation) Bill

Second Reading

The Statutes Amendment Gambling Regulations Bill 2019 amends the Authorised Betting Operations Act 2000, the Casino Act 1997, the Gaming Machines Act 1992, the Liquor Licensing Act 1997, the Problem Gambling Family Protection Orders Act 2004 and the State Lotteries Act 1966.

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Land Acquisition (Miscellaneous) Amendment Bill

Second Reading

The important bill that I have introduced today amends the Land Acquisition Act 1969. The act governs the acquisitions of land by approved authorities. Generally, this means a government agency undertaking to acquire land for various road or infrastructure projects. A special act of parliament is required to authorise compulsory acquisitions of land, and the special act also designates the relevant authority for the purposes of that act.

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Government to untangle labour hire laws

The Marshall Liberal Government will seek to amend South Australia’s labour hire laws, with the state’s Attorney-General, Vickie Chapman saying the changes will ensure the laws target those sectors where workers are most vulnerable to exploitation.

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Criminal Law Consolidation (Child-Like Sex Dolls Prohibition) Amendment Bill

Second Reading

I am pleased to introduce the Criminal Law Consolidation (Child-Like Sex Dolls Prohibition) Amendment Bill 2019. The bill was received in this place from the Legislative Council and was introduced there by the Hon. Ms Bonaros. I gladly move this bill as a government bill in the House of Assembly, as it seeks to deal with the troubling part of the child exploitation material industry and, more broadly, child sexual abuse.

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Kangaroo Island Community Education

Today, I pay tribute to Kangaroo Island Community Education, otherwise known as KICE, being named Australia's best regional school of the year for the second year in a row at the recent Australian Education Awards. This annual event recognises the top performing schools, principals, department heads and teachers throughout Australia, so to win this award back to back is a remarkable achievement. It goes without saying that it is a very proud moment for the school, its principal, its teachers, the students, the governing council and indeed the entire community. I congratulate everyone involved.

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Magistrates Court balustrade update

In February 2019, three hardened glass panels in the atrium of the Adelaide Magistrates Court (AMC) spontaneously broke.

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