The State Government will contribute $6.7 million towards the redevelopment of Narnungga/Park 25 in the west Park Lands.
News releases - John Rau
The Coroner’s recommendation in the Chloe Valentine case, to keep children safe from harm and accepted by the whole Parliament only 11 months ago, is at risk of being torpedoed by the Liberal Party.
The Attorney-General has introduced a bill containing measures aimed at modernising communication within South Australia’s criminal justice system.
The Honourable John Sulan QC has been appointed as the next chair of South Australia’s Sentencing Advisory Council.
Construction has commenced on Adelaide’s tallest residential apartment development, with ground officially broken.
South Australia has taken a leading role supporting forensic teams across state and territory borders, championing new arrangements allowing for more effective and efficient DNA testing for suspects across state borders.
Applications are now open for the 2017 Crime Prevention and Community Safety Grants Program.
The State Government has appointed retired Supreme Court Justice the Hon David Bleby QC to conduct an independent review into the operation of the South Australian Civil and Administrative Tribunal (SACAT).
From 1 April 2017 the State Government will implement the first stage of the reforms brought about by the Planning, Development and Infrastructure Act 2016 (PDI Act).
South Australia’s courts have requested more flexibility when dealing with simple or high-volume matters.
Minister for Consumer and Business Services John Rau will tomorrow call for decisive action to be taken to prevent the massive harm caused by online gambling.
New laws introduced into Parliament today will pave the way for the most significant reform to South Australia’s liquor licensing system in two decades.