The state’s consumer watchdog has taken action against a second hand car dealer from Angle Vale, in Adelaide’s north, following complaints that the person was buying and selling vehicles from an Adelaide auction house without a licence.
News release - Former minister Gail Gago
Sophie David SC has been appointed as judge of the District Court.
Samuel Doyle SC has been appointed as judge of the Supreme Court following 17 years experience in the legal profession.
In a milestone for the Department for Correctional Services, the Strong Foundations & Clear Pathways: Women Offender Framework and Action Plan was officially launched today.
Job seekers will participate in Jobs First Employment Projects in the Adelaide Hills to fill 18 jobs identified by employers in the region.
Three teams of South Australian digital entrepreneurs will share in up to $60,000 grant funding to develop high-tech programs that help prevent violence against women.
The State’s headline unemployment rate has declined for the third consecutive month, with the November figure down to 7.3 per cent from a revised 7.6 per cent, according to Australian Bureau of Statistics Labour Force figures released today.
Up to 1,500 people are expected to get jobs supported by 2,600 new training places – as a result of an additional $7.9 million over the next two financial years.
SA Water customers directly affected by the recent bushfires in the state’s mid north region are being offered assistance to help them recover.
Generous South Australians are being reminded there are some quick and easy steps they can take to ensure their donations to those affected by the recent Pinery bushfire are not subject to scams.
South Australia is set to become the first state to scrap double reporting requirements – a move that will significantly cut red tape and reduce the administrative burden for registered charities.
Women will have greater protection under amendments to Intervention Orders which come into effect today.