APPROVALS for significant private sector developments in Adelaide broke the $1 billion mark in 2016.
News releases - John Rau
The State Government has welcomed an overwhelming vote by rail operation employees in favour of a new enterprise bargaining agreement.
An extra magistrate’s position has been created in South Australia specifically to attend to the growing volume of cases involving family violence matters.
Red tape has been cut and the administration burden eased for registered charities to fundraise in South Australia under legislation which comes into force from today.
A new internet site marks the first step to a one-stop portal for the State’s planning system as it goes through the biggest overhaul in more than 20 years.
The South Australian Crown Solicitor, Michael Evans QC, has been appointed to the position of Chief Judge of the District Court.
Voters will have an easier and clearer system for casting a ballot for the Legislative Council, under changes proposed in a Bill introduced to Parliament.
South Australians are being encouraged to have their say on changes to liquor licensing laws aimed at cutting red tape, streamlining the licensing process and strengthening the regulatory system.
The proposed introduction of a registration system for managers of residential property aims to weed out unprofessional or dodgy operators.
Reforms are proposed to the way votes can be cast in an election to make the process easier for people with a disability.
A draft code on requirements for upgrading an existing building is being published for consultation.
Laws aimed at strengthening background checks for people wanting to work or volunteer with children have been passed by State Parliament.